Getting to grips with online HR developments

first_img Comments are closed. This week’s Softworld Human Resources & Payroll Exhibition will unveilmore clever technology for online HRMore than 40 HR products will be introduced at this week’s Softworld HumanResources and Payroll Exhibition. Like last year, the e-recruit zone willprovide a home to some innovative technologies. Among the exhibitors arePeoplesoft, RebusHR, OneClick HR and Computers In Personnel which willdemonstrate its new range of Ciphr HR solutions. Product highlights Core Computer Consultants will unveil Core Business Intelligence –intended to improve decision-making by giving HR professionals the ability to createad-hoc, management and forecast reports based on department data. Cara Information Technology will introduce: Cara-Online Payslip,which enables employees to access, view and print payslips via theintranet/Internet. Intellect will showcase its entire HR portfolio, but will focus onstrategic data management and its RDBMS system. Total Managed Delivery will demonstrate its TMD/Service Request,which can raise, track and solve incidents within the workplace – from logginga PC fault to ordering stationary items. FSI UK’s latest HR Oasis Workflow programme contains 15 workflowprocesses ranging from self-certification, time and attendance, salary reviewmanagement, employee self-service to holiday requests. I-Grasp will reveal Global Successor – for complete end-to-endrecruitment. McGuffie Brunton will display the latest version of its Equator HRmanagement system which includes payroll, time and attendance, shopfloor datacapture and access control modules. Softworks Computing will introduce TouchWise, a touch screen time andattendance system, which allows employees to deal with their time andattendance levels. Selven’s Team Spirit Web-enabled browser provides access to payroll,personnel or time and attendance, while Team Spirit E-learning offers aflexible approach to online learning. Grampian Software will demonstrate its Absence Module, RecruitmentModule and Training module as well as integrated time and attendance and P11Dsystems. will launch its redesigned site. Day one/6 FebruaryBreakfast Briefings – BB109-09.45amSelecting the right HR and payroll system for your organisation– Determining your requirements– Common mistakes – how to avoid them!– A look at the latest market trends– How to ensure you select the right system for maximum ROISteve Foster, director, KPMG consultingMasterclass – MC1a10-11.00amNegotiating a software package with your suppliers – strategies for success– The key questions you should be asking– Maintenance – what to expect and what must be included– Ensuring a proper support service is provided– Negotiating a reasonable price – cost versus long-termbenefitsMark Grice, management consultant PricewaterhouseCoopersMasterclass – MC2a11.30-12.30pmCase Study: e-Recruitment – streamlining the recruitment process– Why e-recruitment?– Review of the recruitment process before implementation andafter– Supplier selection– Testing & piloting– The implementation process– Lessons learntJackie Weston, resourcing manager, KPMGMasterclass – MC3a1-2pmReview of recent and upcoming payroll legislative changes– Changes in the taxing of company cars– Statutory mileage rates for 2002– Proposed changes in maternity and parental leave rights,including changes in payment of statutory maternity pay– Changes in tax credits– Internet filing of payroll year-end returnsAdrian Hobbs, payroll author, Gee PublishingMasterclass – MC4a2.30-3.30pmOutsourcing and integrating HR and payroll– Integrating systems for consistent information– Combining your HR and payroll needs– ASPs – maintaining control, removing responsibility– Increasing the value of the HR and payroll contribution toyour organisationGraham Russell, principle consultant, KPMG consultingDay two/7 FebruaryBreakfast briefings – BB209-09.45amSelecting the right software system for your HR and payroll functions– Defining your organisation’s needs– Researching the various packages on offer– Making the most of your time at Softworld– The key questions to askDeirdre Hardy, HR consultant, PricewaterhouseCoopersMasterclass – MC1b10-11amEmployee self-service – redressing the balance between employee and employer– How much information should be provided online?– Saving time and money – taking HR into a strategic role– Changing perceptions; incentivising your staff– Integrating ESS and HR systemsMary Sue Rogers, partner, PricewaterhouseCoopersMasterclass – MC2b11.30-12.30pmCase Study – The experience and the lessons of the PwC globalimplementation of HRMS across 14 countries and 100,000 employees– Project overview– Implementation changes– Impact of the HRMS system on the business– Future technology opportunitiesRon Collard, partner, HR consulting, PricewaterhouseCoopersMasterclass – MC3b1-2pmCase Study: Implementing a web-enabled HR and payroll function across theorganisation– Automating and integrating business functions– Increasing efficiency and cost effectiveness– How these issues were planned, managed and put into effect toensure the project was a successSarah O’Brien, project manager, Pret A MangerMasterclass – MC4b2.30-3.30pmUsing technology to develop and manage pay and benefits packages– Benchmarking salaries against industry averages– Gaining fast access to up-to-date pay data– Endorsing your reputation as a competitive employer– Taking advantage of the latest on-line technology– Making a real impact on the bottom lineRichard Crofts, principle consultant, Cubiks, a PA Group Company Previous Article Next Article Related posts:No related photos. 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