Automation

This category talks about the use of technology and automation in HR and how you can use technology in HR to help your organization’s HR Department

Everyone doesn’t have the same needs
Everyone doesn’t have the same needs 850 354 Kanhai Chhugani

In a business environment, it’s important to have your HR packages customized to your needs

The advancement in technology has no doubt helped many companies in automating their HR tasks. Although there are many kinds of HR solutions, there is no one solution that meets all requirements.  When you have unique needs, it only appears wiser to invest in a customized HR package that can fit your needs perfectly just like Info Deals did last year.

Info Deals is an IT company that was finding it difficult to carry out some of their HR tasks, namely  recruitment, payroll and benefit administration etc. As they had already invested heavily in technology in the past, mainly in accounting software and mobile office systems, they were a little wary this time. They needed a solution that could easily integrate into their legacy systems, while automating all their routine HR tasks.

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Remotely, yours
Remotely, yours 150 150 Kanhai Chhugani

Remotely YoursHere are a clutch of cool tools that enable you to manage your offshore team

Let’s start with a story: Ganesh works in a software development company in Hyderabad, where he has a proven track record of doing out-o-the-box thinking on complex problems and implementing solutions. His manager appreciates this and offers him a senior supervisory role with an offsite team in Silicon Valley, California.

Ganesh is initially ecstatic but later heartbroken. A reclusive nerd, he doesn’t have the social skills to settle down fast in the new work environment. Worse, as an offshore worker on the payrolls of a different company, he is treated as a second citizen in the US.

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Avoiding HR automation, is it the right approach?
Avoiding HR automation, is it the right approach? 150 150 Kanhai Chhugani

avoiding automationThe Indian business scenario is changing. The work culture is becoming more and more competitive, strategic and fierce. Several great minds from IITs, IIMs, and other reputed institutions in India are working towards strategizing and bringing their businesses to the top. More and more companies are automating HR processes. On one hand, big companies believe that automation of HR process is a key factor that will help manage resource and track cost distribution; on the other, the mid-size and small companies are still reluctant to adopt the implementation.

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Significance of HR Automation for Startups
Significance of HR Automation for Startups 150 150 Kanhai Chhugani

HR Automation in StartupStart-up Story

India has become a hot-bed for start-up companies. A vast number of individuals are jumping into the foray of entrepreneurship right after their graduation/post-graduation or from their employment. Start-ups become a challenging platform for aspiring businessmen to test their talent and business acumen.

Initial hiccups

Initially, a business drives on its founder’s energy and incredible passion for making a mark in the market. With a handful of employees, the company places its entire focus on establishing its products or services, arranging key infrastructure, meeting potential clients and selling its value proposition, meeting potential investors for funding their company, and most importantly winning the first customer deal. As finances are usually scarce in the initial phase-setting, it doesn’t realize that one of the most crucial aspects is to set up a solid platform for the company is through a robust HR system.

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Automating HR Processes in SME’s
Automating HR Processes in SME’s 150 150 Kanhai Chhugani

HR Automation in SMEIndia is a hot bed for start-ups and mushrooming Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs). India’s 1.3 million SMEs which employ close to 40% of India’s workforce are responsible for generation millions of jobs. It therefore becomes important to channelize the HR processes for the benefit of a major chunk of working class.

Recently, a study conducted by Talent Management Institute (TMI) revealed that 98% engineering graduates are willing to work for SMEs. SMEs are defined as enterprises that employ a minimum of 10 to a maximum of 200 employees. Considering the fact that SMEs concentrate most of their workforce towards increasing day-to-day production, maintaining a HR team becomes less of a priority, for them. Moreover, apart from the regular HR related activities, the HR team also handles administration activities that eat up their time.

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