Legacy HR systems always seem to let you down at the worst possible time, don’t they? Crashing out on a Monday morning at 9 AM, just when you need them the most. But it shouldn’t be that way. An HR system should be as reliable and loyal as “Dick” Winters (Band of Brothers) … What can I say? We’ve got a war theme going on today.HR Software
HR teams came out of the pandemic thinking the remote working debate was done – but the definition of “hybrid” working continues to evolve. Here are some of the most interesting approaches to flexible working we’re seeing today.
You’ve probably heard of the 5 pillars of wellbeing, but we like to shake things up a bit. Yup, we went wild and added another two. And we’ll give you some great ideas on implementing all 7 and building a holistic wellbeing strategy.
How can HR professionals put transformation into practice or respond quickly to external forces, while keeping their people happy, engaged, motivated, and productive? The answer is a good change management strategy… and for everything else, there’s SenseHR.
What does the phrase SaaS stand for, and what does it mean? We look at what “Software as a Service” means, and how it applies to solutions such as HR systems.
Ever wondered why your HR system doesn’t just calculate gross pay for you? We did too. So, we fixed it. Afterall, we love working next to payroll, but we don’t want to have to rely on them for the data that we need.
There’s no escaping it—trying to understand parental leave rules and regulations is almost as difficult as… well… raising children. But our helpful guide and handy comparative tables will make things a little bit easier.
Do you know where your people data is? Do you know who’s looking after it? Or how they’re doing it? We lay it all bare for you, so that you never have to wonder again.
A calendar heat map can show ‘hot spots’ for all the events and absences across your whole organisation, or right down to a single person, and every filter that you can think of in between. How would you use yours? Tell us in the comments.