HR Automation

Why Automation isn’t a choice anymore?
Why Automation isn’t a choice anymore? 644 320 Kanhai Chhugani

….Because it’s a win-win for all stakeholders

Not a day goes by when we don’t hear something new and exciting about the amazing strides being made in automation and a slew of other path-breaking technologies that are going to replace routine human jobs.

A recent survey, the India Automation Report conducted by Michael Page India suggests that an overwhelming majority of Indian professionals (87 percent) see automation as the next big thing that is set to rock our workplaces, leading to significant improvement in efficiency and productivity.

Despite this, nearly 78 percent of the respondents questioned did not see this development as a threat to their jobs, expressing confidence that with automation they will move up the value chain and new jobs would get created, carrying bi9gger responsibilities.

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Leave management automation
Leave management automation 712 474 Kanhai Chhugani

Intro: ….it’s simpler than you can imagine

It’s long been known that paper-based systems are not the best way to handle employee leave requests, irrespective of the size of the organization. Even when the employee number is small, it makes sense to automate the process.

In a recent Aberdeen report, 60% of all organizations reported the need to improve automate certain tasks in order to drive more value into their workforce management practices. Unfortunately, despite the easily availability and the variety available with such tools (to suit every budget and business need), a majority of HR departments continue to rely on in-house systems and manual processes.

It’s hard to keep track of every employee’s presence on all working days. Even the employee may not accurately recall how much vacation and personal time they availed in a certain year. Without an integrated workforce management system, it’s impossible to make a correct assessment of an employee’s leave entitlement and encashment, if that applies.

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Payroll automation
Payroll automation 300 200 Kanhai Chhugani

Intro: Save time, save effort and stay compliant

Are you still doing manual payroll calculations?

Manual reporting can be extremely time-consuming, tedious, boring and not to forget, prone to all sorts of human errors. Payroll management is a critical internal function. It must be rendered on-time and error-free, otherwise, experts have discovered that it can lead to a lot of staff discontent.

The second main challenge with manual timekeeping is that it can be heavily labor-intensive. From an employee’s punch card, the payroll manager has to extract the number of work hours put in; and then enter those numbers into his spreadsheet to arrive at the entitlement. Making the calculation more complex is – overtime, unpaid breaks, absences, etc. Imagine having to do this for each employee, at every monthly pay cycle! Won’t that be taxing and an inefficient use of a payroll manager’s time, that can be spent on more important, strategic tasks.

EasyHR can help. Whether your head count on your payrolls is 15 or 1500, we can automate your system so you don’t have to rely on manual calculations. It’s crucial for medium and enterprise-level organizations, as in their case, payroll often accounts for 50% of their total budget, according to one estimate.

With global cutback still the order of the day in a recession-recovering world, in order to remain viable and profitable, managers are often confronted with difficult choices. While many businesses have been forced to cut payroll costs by resorting to layoffs, there are those who are taking a more ethical route of cost reduction, simply by streamlining the payroll process with an automated solution, resulting in more accurate time and attendance tracking. This cuts down the wasteful expenditure on weak timesheet controls and human errors, especially in case of companies with staff spread out at multiple locations, at different sites and projects.

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Future of HR
The future of HR
The future of HR 433 325 Kanhai Chhugani

How technology is reshaping HRM in 2015

One of the top offshore BPO companies has launched on an ambitious ‘Future of HR’ multi-year research initiative meant to study the impact of tech adoption and application on the mandate, skills, capabilities, roles, and organizational structures within the HR function. The study aims to make a record of the new developments in technology, changing employee expectations, continued market volatility, and more.

Through this initiative, the transnational BPO player tries to explore key business trends that are fundamentally reshaping the HR role. It also provides actionable insights to HR managers, head honchos and business executives and arms them with a suite of new tools to address these trends and help their people and organizations become more productive.

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Kiss goodbye to tedious, time-consuming paperwork
Kiss goodbye to tedious, time-consuming paperwork 750 311 Kanhai Chhugani

Automate your key HR processes

Hiring an employee with the right skill sets can be a big challenge for a company. Old –school procedures of recruiting were ill-equipped to efficiently execute this process, leading to costly decisions in bad hires that cost time and money. Manual methods of recruitment in any case seldom work when there is an immediate need to hire candidates.

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