Top 5 HR processes to transform using Digital Process Automation (DPA)

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EVERY HR MANAGER SHOULD TRANSFORM

IT’S THE YEAR OF THE ENTERPRISE HR SYSTEMS STRATEGY

43% of organisations report having a major HR systems strategy initiative,  according to Sierra-Cedar HR Systems Survey.

CAN YOU KEEP UP?

Improving critical processes can help you achieve strategic goals and establish your HR department as a business transformation leader.

TOP HR PROCESSES

1

EMPLOYEE ONBOARDING AND OFFBOARDING

Simplify your procedures with automated workflows that activate and  deactivate user accounts and devices. Online forms capture equipment  details, IT access requests, and more.

2

PERFORMANCE REVIEWS

Reduce subjectivity and inconsistency through automated processes that allow managers and employees to set and track performance objectives.

3

PAYROLL PROCESSING

Eliminate errors and make sure your employees are paid on time with  solutions that retrieve clock-in and clock-out times and integrate the data  into workflows.

4

NEW HIRE APPROVALS AND RECRUITING

Online forms for new hire requests automatically move through workflows for appropriate approvals and prepare for onboarding.

5

POLICY MANAGEMENT

Ease the headache of enforcing and managing company policies by making it easy to ensure compliance, secure critical records and review and update policies as needed.

WHY DOES THIS MATTER?

SOME OF THE CHALLENGES FACED BY HR LEADERS INCLUDE:

Unable to integrate or adapt

The average HR management system is nearly 5 years old

No time to prioritise

Manual, paper-based processes take time away from high-value strategic activities

Lack of knowledge resources

HR staff is not always trained to assume technology management and usage responsibility

What endorsement?

HR staff is not traditionally strong at making the case for tech investments

Must adjust to improve

Changing business requirements need to focus on operational excellence

59%

In world-class organisations, technology spend per HR FTE is higher (nearly  80%) due to greater use of process automation. These organisations are able to service 59% more employees per FTE and allow HR staff to devote more time to talent and business performance-related activities.

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