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Bringing Web 2.0 to the HR World

Web 2.0 technologies, such as social networking sites, wikis and blogs, are finally gaining mainstream traction as a powerful part of an HRMS (Human Resource Management System). Recent research shows that an increasing number of organizations are informally experimenting with and benefiting from the use of these ...

It's no wonder. Web 2.0 tools can help with plenty of HR functions, from tapping into talent pools to encouraging greater collaboration among disparate departments. Even large enterprises are catching on to the benefits Web 2.0 technologies can confer upon HR. Take, for example, Ernst & Young. The profession...

Top 10 Enterprise HRMS Features

For the overworked HR professional, an HRMS (Human Resource Management System) can be a godsend, consolidating reams of data into a single, easy-to-access system. These days, companies can choose from ERP software vendors, HR business outsourcers or standalone HR solution providers for HRMS applications. Brad E...

1. Self-Service with a Portal and Reporting/Analytics: According to Everett, "Self-service has become more important as time goes on." That's because self-service allows employees to perform activities from making time-off requests to updating their benefits information, all without phone calls or emai...

How Much Should You Be Spending Per Employee on HR?

According to a recent study by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) titled SHRM® Human Capital Benchmarking Study, HR expense per full-time employee remained relatively stable at a median of $1,176 in 2007 (the most recent year available). These costs are "soft" costs meaning the costs of the human cap...

It is my opinion and experience that the respondents in this survey are over-spending on the "soft" costs of HR based upon the median HR expense per full-time employee of $1,176. HR is not their core business but yet they do not outsource their HR. It amazes me that companies outsource most everything these days that...

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