Human Resource Management software (HRMS) brings structure to employee management. Everyone in human resources wants to make sure their employees are firing on all cylinders, but the best way to do that is not always clear. The companies that have the happiest and most efficient employees use software to put employees in the driver seat of their careers. So how do you do this?
As hiring becomes a more competitive process, companies have been forced to think outside the box and offer benefits that will not only attract top talent but also retain it. When people look for jobs, one of the main things they focus on is the benefits a company offers. Other than a good and fair pay, the perks and benefits are what attract people to apply for jobs at certain companies. For example, a person is more likely to a apply at a company that offers unlimited paid time off than to a company that only offers 2 weeks of PTO. It’s understandable that the industry may determine the benefits and perks the company is able to offer. Typically, a good benefits package includes an employee’s pay, plus a number of perks such as health insurance, 401k, paid time off, free snacks, flexible schedules, tuition assistance, and so on.
There are a number of factors that contribute to a truly successful business, which is why it’s important to re-evaluate your processes from time to time. You know all too well how important it is to keep paperwork organized, track your employee’s time and attendance, maintain constant communication, and measure the success of your organization, all the while ensuring your clients are happy and satisfied with the product or services they receive. However, you don’t have to do this all on your own.
Tips and Tools Every HR Professional Should Know About:
Recruiting | Applicant Tracking System
Retention | Onboarding Software
Payroll | Online Payroll Software
Time & Attendance | Time & Attendance Software
Did you just open a new business? Perhaps you just started a new role at a company in the HR department. Whatever the case may be, it is a known fact that any HR role comes with a lot of stress and time-consuming tasks such as recruiting, onboarding, compensating employees, approving time off requests, maintaining policies and records, ensuring compliance, handling employee concerns and so on. All these tasks are important and there is no way around them, but luckily, there are ways to make those tasks easier and streamline your processes.
2018 is right around the corner and we cannot wait to see what it has in store for us! Before looking at the future, I decided to take a look back at the Dominion blogs that were the most popular. When it comes to the payroll and HR industry, there are thousands of resources that can be found online, and for us, being industry leaders is a top priority. We want to be able to share our knowledge and educate our readers on certain topics including employee benefits, time and attendance, payroll, and human resources in general. 2017 had many trending topics such as employee burnout, tracking employee time and attendance, absenteeism, and more. If you missed out on reading these blogs or are interested in getting a refresher, look no further. The following are the top 10 blogs at Dominion in 2017.
Thanksgiving is right around the corner, which means it is time to reflect on things we are thankful for. There are a lot of things to be thankful for such as family, friends, love, food, job, and so on. As HR and Payroll professionals, there are specific things we should be thankful for, things that make our daily lives easier.
Did you know there are different types of Human Resources Management Systems (HRMS)?There are multiple acronyms used to describe HR software solutions, such as HRM (Human Resource Management), TMS (Talent Management System), ATS (Applicant Tracking System, but the most commonly used are HRIS (Human Resource Information System), HCM (Human Capital Management), and HRMS (Human Resource Management System). Whatever acronym you choose to use, there really isn’t much of a difference. It all depends on the scope of what the system can do. Obviously, the needs of a small start-up company will be different than for a multi-billion dollar company. According to betterbuys.com, the real concern for the different terms is among vendors fighting for search engine optimization (SEO).