How small businesses can think about HR integrations
Check out this column in HR Technologist:
The future of HR is in automation – more and more small employers are bringing HR administration online through technology, streamlining a wide range of tasks, such as onboarding, benefits administration, and time tracking.
There are more comprehensive human resource information systems (HRIS) on the market than ever before, which is particularly beneficial for small businesses. Unlike bigger companies, these organizations haven’t historically had the resources to adopt and manage multiple point solutions to address the full HR ecosystem.
Comprehensive systems provide several advantages for small organizations, including single-point data entry, one-stop support, and ease of use, but inevitably, these systems do also have to communicate with other business software and third-party tools.
Whether it’s how insurance carriers get the eligibility information they need or how the payroll company gets the new hire, deduction or demographic information it needs, HR administrators interested in adopting software likely have questions about what to expect when it comes to integrations.
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