HRIS Systems 101: Selecting the Right Information Service for Your Organization - on CD
HR information Service software and online solutions can be a lifesaver for tracking applicant data, administering payroll, managing many day-to-day HR and accounting functions, and so much more.
The challenge lies in discerning which HRIS system is best for your organization’s needs. The goal of HRIS is to promote organizational success, but if you choose the wrong one, you may be worse off than if you hadn’t implemented the system in the first place.
In order to get the most out of HRIS systems, it's crucial for you to understand the current state of HRIS, how it’s being used, and where it's headed. You can use these trends to best determine how to implement the HRIS system that will fit your organization and contribute to its success.
Watch this interactive webinar, and you'll learn:
- How HRIS can benefit HR and your organization as a whole, including its link to organizational effectiveness
- The fundamental differences in SaaS, cloud-based, and on-premises HRIS
- How various HRIS services are delivered
- What to expect from a hybrid HRIS system
- Tips for selecting the right HRIS system for your organization
- Cost considerations to take into account when implementing an HRIS
- What you MUST consider before implementing HRIS, including timeline, budget, the role of your internal IT resources, and privacy precautions
- And much more!
In just 90 minutes, learn how to implement an effective HRIS system that will play a crucial role in your organization's success.
About your presenter:
Amy Letke, SPHR, GPHR is the founder and CEO of the HR consulting and HR outsourcing company HR Integrity, Inc. She has 20 years of progressive experience in human resources management and senior leadership in various industries, and prior to starting Integrity HR, she led the HR consulting practice for Thompson Associates, the largest employee benefits agency in Louisville, Kentucky. She also held the post of vice president of human resources for a large, Chicago-based software development firm as well as other positions in consulting and human resource management with several Fortune 500 companies.