Three ways you can tell that your HRIS implementation project has been a success

You’ve implemented a new HRIS but was that implementation successful? And how to measure that success? The system may be functioning perfectly and yet be an utter failure.

It’s tempting to go the ‘gut instinct’ route. After all, everything’s working, the sky hasn’t fallen, and it ‘feels’ like a successful conclusion to months of work.


Understanding the Basics of Payroll, Compensation and Employee Benefits

Payroll, Compensation and Employee Benefits are among the foundational building blocks within an organization to support your human resources - the people that work for you. Effective and efficient management of those functional areas can be significantly improved, or compromised, depending upon the company’s level of understanding of those functions. Your use of reliable data from those areas is key to supporting informed decisions and becoming a world class organization.


HCM Budget Considerations – What to Include

You’ve initiated a recommendation to proceed with researching, evaluating, and selecting a new human resources information system (HRIS). Now senior management needs to know how much to include in the company’s financial budget to put that solution into place next year.


Developing Your HCM Testing Scenarios

The testing process of your new Human Capital Management (HCM) solution has many benefits, the most obvious being the isolation of any errors within the system that can be identified early on and well before you go live with your new solution.


Creating a Testing Strategy for Your New HCM Solution

Within all Human Capital Management (HCM) solution implementations, an integral component to the success of the project is a testing strategy and a detailed work plan to execute its tasks. HCM customers should not trivialize or minimize the importance of their direct involvement in testing the HCM solution at various stages of implementation.


Reviewing Your Time Capture, Attendance and Leave Management Processes

Time capture, employee attendance, leave management and the reconciliation of data related to their processing tasks are among the most labour-intensive activities within the HR and Payroll departments of many organizations. It’s ironic that all too often, so much extra and unnecessary time is consumed in managing the capture, review, adjustment and payment of your employees’ time data.


Involving Your IT Department in Your HCM Solution Project

Your Information Technology (I.T.) Department plays a key role in all types of business technology analysis, evaluation, solution selection and implementation projects. Although the functional and process-related components of your new Human Capital Management (HCM) solution may be under the responsibility of Human Resources, the support and guidance of I.T.


How HCM can help health and safety programs in organizations

In many industrial-type environments such as manufacturing and processing, the mining industry, agriculture and heavy construction, for example, Health & Safety (H&S) is a key priority of the organization.

These types of organizations use dedicated and specifically-designed H&S systems to manage safety-related data such as workplace incidents and near misses, incident warnings, incident cause analysis and corrective action.


How Does a HR System Contribute To Your Organization's ROI

In recent years, we have seen HCM’s move to cloud, with more than 50% of HR solutions in organizations becoming Cloud based [1]. Sierra-Cedar’s HR Systems survey for 2016 forecasted that at least 43% of organizations will have a major HR systems strategy [1].


Switching to Cloud based Technology ? Understand Its True Costs First

In 2016, there is a growing sense among organizations of FOMO (fear of missing out) on one of the biggest trends: switching to cloud based technology for enterprise resource planning (ERP) and human resources information system (HRIS).


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