March of Dimes Follows the Path to a Paperless HR Department

Non-profit organization The March of Dimes realized that to continue its success, it would need to find more efficient and effective ways to work. Its human resources (HR) department was doing most of its HR and payroll processes manually—for over 1400 employees in various locations. To automate these processes, it turned to a Web-based application and has since significantly cut down on processing time and expense.

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Big data is different from ordinary database information because of the massive volume, the variety, and the velocity. And the data mix now includes product reviews, video, blogs, tweets, and more. But the biggest current challenge may be to articulate a compelling business case for using big data. Find out how companies in various industries are finding value in the data they have already collected and making it actionable. Read More

10 Pains Wreaking Havoc on Your HR Department

The human resources (HR) department historically was siloed, functioning independently of other business units and acting as corporate watchdog. Today, companies recognize that human capital is their greatest asset, and HR connects people and cultivates the environment in which they thrive.

A range of applications have come onto the market in recent years designed to help HR professionals. They increase efficiency by cutting back on administrative tasks, in theory freeing up time for HR to focus on value-added functions. But HR professionals are still feeling business pains.

This white paper considers current HR challenges, among them employee recruitment, engagement, and retention. It also suggests how automation, integration, and visibility are vital to the effective functioning of the HR department.  Read More

Creating a Compelling Business Case for a New HR Solution

In today’s tough business environment, businesses have to be very competitive with respect to products and services and focus on saving money at the same time. In the battle for sales and customers, the victors will be the companies using their resources to the fullest, especially their human resources. Outdated and convoluted HR technology can mean disaster for a company seeking to make employees more engaged, develop a strong enterprise culture and values, and streamline recruiting and hiring practices.

The costs and time and effort involved in upgrades and maintenance for old on-premise HR solutions can be a concern. Additionally, out-of-date HR software increases the chance of inaccurate data, and can hamper the ability to create real-time reports. It is vital to ensure access to real-time information to make more informed, proactive human resources decisions faster, meaning nimble business processes and agile technology solutions are also important considerations when selecting HR technology.

In this white paper, learn how to create a strong business case for an accessible and data-driven human capital management (HCM) solution that will help your company both today and into the future. Read more about the many obstacles facing HR and payroll teams in the current business environment, and how the new class of HCM/HR features can help overcome them.  Read More

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