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The Strategic Development of Core HR Systems

Source: Infor
Human resources (HR) systems have been around for many years, providing robust and efficient solutions for companies of all sizes. When properly designed, implemented, and maintained, these systems allow companies to engage and nurture their employees and critical processes. When these systems are neglected, however, the result is a loss of competitive edge, increased employee dissatisfaction, and unnecessary costs.


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Core HR: The Foundation for Business Alignment
Source: Aberdeen Group Core HR is at the heart of organization alignment, collaboration, compliance, and results. This Research Brief looks at the challenges organization face when it comes to core HR service delivery, how to lay the technology foundation to support employee data automation and integration, enable the business through analytics, focus on accuracy and compliance, and use the technology delivery to model and enable self-service and business performance. Read More...
Options for Handling Your HR Function
Source: TriNet Although human resources (HR) management is a necessity when you have employees, HR duties are not a core competence of most small businesses. According to a Small Business Association study, small business owners on average spend more than 25 percent of their time handling employee-related paperwork. Factor in recruitment, hiring, and training and this average increases to 45 percent. So why not outsource HR? Read this paper to learn more. Read More...


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