The benefits of switching to HRMS (Human resource management system) are endless. However, there are challenges in implementation that cannot be ignored. Here’s how to cope.
Here’s how the motorcycle brand achieved unified HRMS visibility and efficiency with mobile first, AI-enabled digital HR tech through PeopleStrong Alt
User experience is the key to how much employees are able to benefit from a digital system or an HR technology solution.
Despite acknowledging and appreciating the various benefits that on-cloud HR solutions offer in contrast to on-premise ones, some organisations are unable to switch to or adopt on-cloud solutions. Here’s how to approach the concerns.
Imagine the plight of an organisation whose entire effort of choosing and deploying a recruitment solution through a vendor, goes futile because it turns out that a lot of their needs aren’t even met. Multiple vendors use similar language to describe their recruitment solutions that might not be similar at all, which makes the challenge of finding the right solution for your unique needs even more difficult. And the stakes in terms of time, money, and effort spent reviewing RFP responses, scheduling demos, selecting a vendor, implementing their solution, and training your people are high. Read this to understand what you should expect while evaluating the right recruitment partner for your organisation.
The keynote session at PeopleStrong's Altify HR 2018 had Amit Singh, Co-founder, Shuttl, sharing his thoughts on commute, work-life and how technology augments it. Watch this video to know more.
R&D to drive auto-sector hiring into top gear; design, engine and fuel side to hire more.
Alt One and Alt Recruit will revolutionise the world of recruitment, employee experience and productivity by providing a simple, connected ecosystem.
The two companies will provide a holistic offering to enterprises in the HR technology space.
Garg, who has been the board member of several companies in the past, has mentored many startups.
The company is looking to make two significant acquisitions in the next few months, in an endeavour to strengthen its portfolio and expand presence outside India.
The main areas of work will include leave and attendance management, onboarding, travel and payroll.
The buzz is that Multiples plans to buy about 80 per cent stake in PeopleStrong for about Rs 400 crore and if it works out as planned, this could be one of the biggest deals in HR so far.
The study forecasts an overall increase of 14.5 per cent in the hiring intent in 2016, as well.