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Could modern HR technology increase your data security risk?

Posted by John Brownhill, on March 21, 2019. Tags: , ,

One of our clients is embarking on a large implementation of a leading HR & Payroll software platform.   As part of the implementation planning phase, we have been carrying out a more detailed assessment of the security requirements. The HR team is very keen to allow access from home and mobile use for such things […]

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How is technology shaping the role of HR in the public sector?

Posted by John Brownhill, on March 6, 2019.

People and Technologies has partnered with GovNewsDirect to carry out two independent surveys to investigate this hot topic on how HR is being impacted by technology. The resulting survey report has been compiled from responses by 284 individuals from Senior HR and Senior Non-HR professionals. These respondents are from a broad range of public sector agencies, including […]

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10 Top Tips for Buying HR Software

Posted by John Brownhill, on March 6, 2019.

Don’t approach suppliers until you are ready to start a project Don’t start the selection process until you have a documented business case Understand the business processes you are trying to improve Evaluate the software using scenarios based on best practice and your policies Understand how the pricing model impacts future changes to headcount Ask […]

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Should process mapping be part of your HR Technology project?

Posted by John Brownhill, on September 6, 2018.

Over the last year I have spoken to many organisations who regretted not carrying out process mapping before they started their HR technology project.   Its very easy to be lured into the appeal of new software functionally, thinking it would be the answer to inefficiency and improved reporting without carrying out the proper groundwork first.  […]

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