How to optimize the employee life-cycle with HR technology
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By taking tasks like hiring, onboarding, benefits enrollment and more online, these software tools streamline traditionally paper-based processes and optimize employee experiences.
But with choice comes complexity – with so many kinds of software, how can HR leaders ensure they are using the right system for their organization?
One consideration is whether to choose an all-in-one HR system or a variety of point solutions for each of the tasks mentioned above. All-in-one systems typically provide a broader scope of HR features to administer the full employee life-cycle. Alternatively, point solutions address just one part of the HR ecosystem — time and attendance, for example.
There can be circumstances where a point solution is required. If your organization has unique time and attendance needs, you may need a more robust time tracking solution than those included in comprehensive HR systems.
But for most employers, an all-in-one solution has more than enough functionality. Further, there are particular benefits associated with using one comprehensive HRIS as opposed to adopting multiple point solutions. Here are four of those advantages.
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