- 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?
- Maximising our rewards and incentives budget
We have a limited budget around rewards and incentives, and want to maximize this as much as we can in order to improve employee engagement. How much do we really need to spend per employee to get maximum engagement?
- Keeping compliance simple
Most companies today are beset by a raft of regulatory and other legislative requirements. Human Resources magazine looks at the role of online compliance training in this process and how it can help companies ensure that employees understand and comply with legal obligations
- Keys to workplace health and wellbeing success
Our business is behind the eight ball when it comes to workplace health and wellbeing. How can we go about getting senior management to financially support a workplace health and wellbeing program, and getting the traction with line managers to make it a success?
- Buying a new HRIS: SaaS or in-house?
Q. Our company has determined that we need an HRIS and are deciding whether to go with a hosted, SaaS model or purchase the software that will run in-house. What factors should we consider when making this decision?
- Employee assessment tools – friend or foe?
Buying in assessment tools such as psychometric tests and organisational surveys appears to be a growing trend in Australian human resource management. Fiona Marsden looks at how organisations are using these tools in recruitment, staff development and training