Today we’re going back to basics to help you understand what a Human Resource Management System (HRMS) is and does. Because when you understand what HRMS is, you’ll be in a better position to understand whether HR technology holds benefit for your business.
Improving Results and Lowering Costs with a Human Resource Management System
In this second part of the two part series, Acente examines the impact and strategy of implementing a HRMS. The first part emphasized the areas you should examine in determining a solution and how it can impact your time, efforts and overall department. This section will show you the impact in acquiring the solution and allowing your department to become more strategic by better allocating time and resources typically spent on manual, mundane employee management tasks.
Reducing Labor Costs with a Human Resource Management System
In today’s fast paced environment, HR Administration is asked to do more with less people and support. It is nearly impossible to be a strategic contributor to your organization while ninety percent of your time has to be spent on manual, paper intensive, employee management tasks.
Acente, in alignment with content from Sage Software, has developed this two part series that will:
- Explain what to examine in determining an appropriate solution and
- In our next blog, (due out shortly) we will share with you the impact and strategy of using a HRMS and making your HR department more strategic.
You need tools that reduce the time you spend on routine administration so that you can focus on delivering valuable assistance to employees and management. In this paper, we’ll explain how technology can free you from paperwork so that you can create a good work environment, improve employee relations, help employees with training and career development, and assist management in containing costs and improving productivity.
We’ve distilled what we’ve learned from our many successful Sage Abra customers and have structured it as useful information you need to know, including:
- What does a Human Resource Management System do?
- How can HRMS reduce routine administration in HR, payroll, benefits, and other areas?
- What bottom line value can it bring to your company?
As organizations look for more ways to increase productivity and profitability, human resources departments are being asked to step up and provide more strategic input than ever before. In order to support executives and managers, HR needs to have the right tools in place to improve access to timely, accurate information that helps produce informed business decisions.
If you don’t have the right human resources management system (HRMS), HR can quickly become overwhelmed with just the day-to-day tasks—much less delivering insightful business intelligence. Many organizations turn to an HRMS solution to help face the many challenges, economic pressures, and tactical issues that arise every day.
If you are looking to implement an HRMS solution to increase control over employee data, optimize productivity, and take employee engagement to the next level, make sure the solution you choose provides functionality that supports the following important components.