20 reasons why an HR Case Management System will help your business
Managing the trickier issues that inevitably arise with any workforce can be a headache. Not to mention a risk if correct employment law is not followed. Grievance, disciplinary, long term sickness cases etc. can be complicated and sensitive.
Many HR teams we speak to are valiantly trying to keep track of HR and employee relations casework using multiple spreadsheets and in-house systems.
Reporting back to business managers is time consuming and difficult. And those business managers are spending too much time chasing up their HR cases.
Moving from disparate systems to a centralised HR case management system can save time, money and staff. It can help you:
Reduce time (and therefore money spent) on managing staff issues.
Provide better management information & control to improve your business.
Enhance the service you give the organisation.
We have identified 20 key benefits of an HR case management solution, in what we hope will be a useful guide to those considering a new system for their organisation.
The guide shows how an HR case management system can deliver:
Efficient Case Recording - It keeps all HR information in one centralised system, so you can securely record, access & progress all case activity from within the case record.
Consistent Case Handling - It uses workflow to guide staff through the correct process, so everyone knows exactly what they need to do, when.
Easier Case Reporting - It provides comprehensive reporting and real-time performance monitoring, so you can provide the updates and insights management need.
Improved Business Outcomes - It collects a wealth of data on ER issues so you can learn from them to take preventive action. It will also help you meet regulatory obligations.
To see the full list of benefits, you can download the guide here.
Workpro HR is easy to use, easy to integrate, cost-effective software which has been developed to meet the needs of busy HR professionals managing (often complex) employee relations casework. Find out more.comments powered by Disqus