- HRIS in 2009: doing more with less … or nothing
Despite sizeable investments, some organisations fail to fully leverage the benefits that HRIS can offer. Teresa Russell looks at the process of realising efficiencies and returns on investments in HR technology
- What to look for in a new HRIS
We are about to go to market for a new HR Information System. Currently, we use a variety of Excel/Access databases, supported by hardcopy files to hold our personnel information. We want to record and manage all this data in one integrated system. What should we take into account in looking for a new system that will do this and what can we do to make data input and migration to the new system as easy as possible?
- Perfecting payroll
Payroll is complex and companies need a variety of solutions. Sarah O’Carroll looks at how three different companies chose the systems that would meet their needs.
- Top employers named at HR Awards
ACCENTURE, Teachers Credit Union, Sparke Helmore and Glen Eira City Council were named as Australia’s top employers of choice at the Australian HR Awards 2008
- Australia’s employers of choice named at the Australian HR Awards 2008
Accenture, Teachers Credit Union, Sparke Helmore and Glen Eira City Council were named as Australia’s top employers of choice at the Australian HR Awards 2008
- Partnering for more effective payroll
While administering payroll is a core function of the HR department, the latest technological advances mean that it’s easier than ever to shift the administrative burden of payroll to an external provider. Angus Kidman shares six key strategies to make company payroll more efficient and reduce workload through appropriate outsourcing