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This starts with providing your Employees with a great and engaging experience.
As specialists in the area of People and Employee Engagement services and solutions we at 52N have seen on many occasions how an organisation’s HR and Talent Management teams work a hard shift to get buy-in and budget from c-level to invest in new thinking and the tech platforms that support their ideas. We regularly see many of these teams become overrun by the day to day firefight of their internal client’s urgent requests that are not necessarily the most important tasks to complete in order to achieve the overall goals of the talent strategy they have committed to complete.
New HR and talent technology often falls into this black hole. As a result, it’s not uncommon for HRMS technology selection to be based on a pure pricing and not internal user experience and long term viability. These technology implementations go on to develop a second flaw because they are not always thought through, internal product champions not carefully selected and users are then thrown in at the deep end and told to get on with it (you have a manual). A ultimately the result is often that like every piece of software – it is not used to its full potential and benefit of the company and its employees.
One area where HRMS systems can support an organisation’s talent management goals is in the delivery of an great ‘Performance Measurement’ review process for everyone involved. Heather Batyski writes for HRMS World about the core ways in which you can better use your HRMS software to improve the performance review process, check out the short except below and read-on using the linked text.
4 Ways HRMS Software Can Improve Performance Reviews
Performance reviews offer a great chance to provide feedback to an employee as well as motivation, direction and support. Are you maximizing the value of the performance review experience? Your HRMS can be the foundation for performance reviews making them more efficient not only for the employee, but also for you as an employer.. … Read the full post >>
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