Implementing a HRIS is a big undertaking. In this video, learn how HRIS vendors support implementation and ongoing usage of these robust systems.
- Implementing an HRIS is a big undertaking.…In my experience,…full implementation can take up to a year or even more.…Finance, HR, IT and other departments…must be involved with implementation both upfront…as well as on the back end.…Knowing the size of the challenge,…many companies will identify internal talent…or program management teams.…Other companies pay vendors or consultants to come in…and do the initial setup and implementation.…
They can either continue to support the program from there…or take a more consultative approach,…being used on an as-needed basis.…Many companies will train power users…to ultimately train the rest of the company.…Some of this can be done in person,…but of course most of the training for administrators,…managers, and employees will be done online.…Most providers have a mix of frequently asked questions,…videos, and manuals.…
There may also be user groups or customer communities…you can join as part of the customer relationship strategy.…It establishes a collaboration and dialogue…
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- Using dashboards
- Recruiting and hiring
- Managing the onboarding process
- Payroll integration
- Managing employee leave and time off
- Using HRIS systems to support performance management
- Working with learning management systems
- Reporting and compliance