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Human resource management has unique sets of challenges when it comes to industrial sector. Workforce management can range in variety and functionality, for industrial sector HR must be a HERO in all departments, including recruiting, on-boarding, training, performance management, mediation, legal compliance, compensation management, training, rewards and appreciation. To top it, it must be engaging and inclusive of all tiers at an organization to build a hierarchy, that works like a well-oiled machine. The tools of automation can save number of precious hours and days that go into building appropriate reporting format. All industries have a potential to grow fast and to keep up with a fast influx of new recruits, it needs an HR mechanism that has the capacity to grow as the company grows, in fact play an integral role in this regard.
industrial workers the main burden lies on the shoulders of the HR teams and
specific HR Personnel, rather than the workers to regulate and update things regularly,
hence a strong software makes the very basics of such mechanisms, that can
deliver effective results. The workers in these scenarios rely on accurate
shift planners, PTO modules and perfected time-tracking software, so that they
can work without a glitch and responsible supervisors along with the higher-ups
are notified about the lack of worker’s discipline about time management and
tardiness as early as possible. The software that can tackle a large workforce,
needs the best reporting and time-tracking capabilities, so that there are no
jumble-ups that could be both costly and dangerous for certain industries. Any un-notified absence adds of to loss of
work and precious time, that can affect time sensitive daily production units,
that work under deadlines and must deliver swiftly.
extensive business intelligence and reporting formats can help industry with
predicting their hiring trends, so that they can have advanced planning
regarding such issues, as they arise. Due to periodic spike in productions, the
hiring must be designed in accordance, so that the managers could take that
burden off their shoulders and dedicate that time into managing the actual
workforce, that requires immediate and constant attention at all costs. HR for
the industrial sector is tricky and if appropriate measures are not taken from
the very beginning, it can take a toll on company’s growth and finances. In a
perfect scenario, the hiring for industrial sector is mostly related to search
for skilled workers because there is widespread perception that, these jobs are
mostly low salaried, dangerous, stressful and require a specific skill set and
related certifications. The actual reason behind such a thought process is
that, there are certain number of challenges that are mostly safety and
compensation related. These companies need to have reserve employees even when
they are not working and need to have them on file in case, they might need
The most important
thing of all, is an abundantly efficient ATS with a job board that is
integrated with social media sites so that the organization can reach out to
the appropriate talent in time, which in turn would also reflect how attractive
the business looks and what benefits would an employee get working at that
company. It is not limited to that, to gain talented employees, the companies must
go a step ahead and look more competitive, when it comes to offering attractive
salary packages and benefits to their workers. Like most industrial sector
companies, safety is of utmost importance. A safe and secure work environment
can ensure that there are no elaborate medical bills, inflated worker’s
compensation costs and lawsuits incase of injuries. These measures can be taken
when a responsible and well-trained supervisor or a security specialist has
been hired to monitor day to day activities and that dedicated person values
your company enough to understand the critical nature of his/her job. This can
be enhanced and improved by proper training of the concerned employees, to keep
them updated with the set of rules and regulations, along with appropriate
standard safety instruction manuals, that are always handy and available. The
mangers and supervisors are well informed to have all emergency protocols in
place through a guided mechanism to stay focused on events that can happen at
the workplace and to act immediately in light of any injuries.
sectors rely heavily on cutting costs wherever they can, as the cost of
manufacturing or building something already require strong financials with
budgets, that have no space and elasticity for rising compensation costs and
can hinder the growth at any organization. One of the most important steps in
this regard is ensuring the quick return of injured employees, to avoid
unnecessary costs that might burden an already disturbed schedule of any project
at hand. It is also imperative to understand, that employee turnover can be a
huge impending negative effect over the company’s finances and hence, employee
engagement can bring a sense of belonging to the employees, that is much needed
in the fast-paced work environments these days. The connected and well-informed
teams perform well under pressure and get a chance to communicate with their
higher-ups, reducing the gap between different levels in the organization. As
the employees stay engaged, their chances of being happy with their current
jobs increase and so the turnover is reduced, when they stick to their
positions for long, avoiding precious time spent on training new staff and
trying to get them to work on the same pace as the company. Small gestures of
appreciation can go a long way and the mechanism of rewards and recognition
also ensure they constantly advance and boost their skills to move to higher
tiers, within the organization. Offering competitive wages and salary packages
to your workers can ensure long term well being and loyalty, sidestepping any
grievances that might lead to losing them to rival companies.
Having said that, manufacturing industry is labor concentrated and requires an HR focused approach. A robust and all-inclusive HR like WebHR can increase the globalization of any industry. The above-mentioned measures in the article are everything, that a modern paced company like WebHR handles very effectively and hence, it caters to the ever-growing economies and their industrial sector round the globe. WebHR’s global presence sets it apart from the rest as it is uniquely present in 197 countries and has a vast audience with universal approach. The industrial sector is ripe for the big change that is taking over the rest of the world, the modern age SaaS companies are replacing the ancient ways of handling human resources, with their more connected and employee focused strategies. The research teams at WebHR are building advanced tools using their AI capabilities to assist the industrial sector in tackling their most concerning problems, one of them being the physical wellness of their employees, in harsh weather conditions with outdoor tasks and temperature related issues at the manufacturing or refining plants. As we have seen in the middle east, the body temperatures of the workers may rise and at times cost them their lives in scathingly hot weather conditions. In this scenario, WebHR intends on building wearable devices that can easily talk to the WebHR app and notify the supervisors or people in charge for safety precautions to take immediate actions necessary to prevent any mishap. The instant rise in the body temperatures in these areas, is a matter of huge concern for these companies and ensuring the health of the workers is challenging. Other than that, the colder countries like Canada can have workers suffering because of the extremely low temperatures, causing hypothermia and frost bite. For manufacturing units and refining plants, where workers might have to be present in close proximity to the boilers, it can have the same effects and it is very important for the supervisors and people in charge of the safety of the workers to be notified timely, if any of them is having such symptoms that might need immediate medical attention. The research team at WebHR wants to innovate and maximize the use of the software, so that the industrial sector could benefit from it and automate their workflow. The advances in that direction are designed to make the work flows smooth and workable, so that the managers can handle large number of workers without glitches. The future of HR for the industrial workers, is moving at a fast pace and the new generation of software are making huge leaps to fill in the demand gaps. It is time for innovation to re-vamp this sector and upgrade it according modern technology.
In the midst of gigantic businesses that have been the bane of existence for the corporate world and have been relied upon heavily in the past, the winds have shifted, and the sails have been redirected in a newer direction. The past is witness to the glory of these humongous ERPs that have ruled and were the only and “costliest ventures” for the corporate world. Money flowed in, quality was assured but hefty processes were involved, and outcomes were regrettably late and sometimes over budgeted. HR world has been no different, they have always been laden with age old mechanisms and systems that no longer make sense in the modern day. From the time when a true corporate giant prepares to come on-board with such systems to the time when it really is implemented the procedures and steps, cost them an unfair amount of time, dedicated staff and financial burden, all for the sake of a “renown and old ERP” that no longer caters to the modern approach at any certain institution. By the time, a company is ready to implement such a system, a lot of time has been spent training and actually making things work in a flow that it is too late to realize that, the system is a no fit because by that time, an actual agreement and money allocated for such venture has been spent and getting out of such vicious circle is not only hard but is impossible.
Our research analysts have identified the core problem areas
as to why there is still an affinity towards such archaic systems, that only
sell because of their name and size of the company and it turns out, it is the
thought process that goes behind it. The generation gap amongst these systems
cannot be denied and like all technologies, there is always a resistance at
first to convert to modernity and then it becomes a matter of survival. As for
HR is concerned, it has seen tremendous re-modelling over the past five years,
and we can’t deny the fact that legacy systems are dying out slowly and
gradually. The cloud has taken over and SaaS versus the rest is on a constant
rise, we could say that the market is ripe for a complete over haul and it is
just a matter of time, all businesses, whether large or small are going to turn
towards it. The strategy that the old companies that still want to stay in line
with the trends use is, they acquire the ones innovating to upgrade and keep up
with the pace, I would say, it works to a certain extent only. I have seen
multibillion-dollar businesses that instead of building any technologies or
trying to upgrade themselves, fish for companies that have done it all and have
sometimes successfully incorporated that within the re-vamped versions of
themselves but largely some newer more competitive minds beat them at their
game by building and implementing things at a pace that they cannot even
Some of these have been wise enough to adapt the
metamorphosis early on and IBM is
notably the one that caught up the vibe when it began, hence their AI
capabilities and modernistic approach sets them apart in todays competitive
Machine Learning scenario. It is a well appreciated fact, that their advanced
technology has been an inspiration for many, and “Watson” has made a remarkable
stamp in the history of the pioneers of such technology. It has been proved
that the hegemony of enterprise resource planning is over and so is the decades
long hold on the market, with this the question arises, as to what should be
the next in line to meet the needs of the market that is ready for change?
Companies with multimillion-dollar revenue rely heavily on
such legacy systems, no matter what size and type the company is, it is
breaking their backs. Whether it is retail, manufacturing, healthcare, finance,
agriculture, education or exports, this is still the choice of many, as they
believe that it produces ground breaking results and keeps their business
going. Is it still true and applicable in this age and time? I believe the
answer is “not really” Some of the applications in this regard have risen to
the top, although they sometimes prefer not to be called an “ERP”, but the
truth of the situation is that, it is what it is. No fancy name can replace the
authenticity of the matter, that by the end of the day, these are those legacy
system that are now on the decline due to their over budgeted and slow
solutions, that no long cater to an audience that is more knowledgeable and
aware of their requirements along with the dwindling support for such
applications. The doubts to make these huge decisions are justified as the only
time a SaaS company takes to adjust them is when they initially signup and rest
of the implementation is a breeze as compared to legacy giants like SAP, Oracle
etc. The reason, patience in the corporate world is running out and newer
players in the market are taking huge chunks of the business because of their
smart and fast software capabilities along with the incorporation of business
intelligence tools, AI and Machine Learning techniques that make them more
lucrative and tech savvy.
This competitive edge in the recent times have resulted in
the constant decline of the license fee structures of such systems. Over the years the license price has dropped
significantly and yet $ 1,800 per user cannot be justified as compared to
miniscule amount the SaaS business charges for the services that are times,
surprisingly superior more advanced than the ancient ones. Oracle for instance
has seen a decline in the license renewal and revenue as compared to their
cloud revenues, that have increased more than 27% recently and yet the market
tends to dive their nose towards the All-in-One robust and comprehensive SaaS
software. Another huge concern when we talk about ERPs is cost overrun, which
is if we would just put in here in simple words is, crossing the budgets that
were originally allocated for that system, sometimes as much as 70%. According
to some reports and analysis, majority of these implementations fall short of expectations
and fail to provide the benefits that were theoretically stated at the time of
the agreement and hence, this calls on the bluff! What goes wrong is, initially
a lot is only on paper and agreement and none of it is seen or experienced
before deploying it completely and most of the feasibility reports are essentially,
only on paper. The ground reality is that as these documentations and processes
move as far away from realism, they create a divide between the end users and
the providers because the support mechanism is too little and too late to make
any amends. All the love lost between this time of implementations and
processing, sometimes stretches over a period of few months to even a year without
any visible benefits, while the only monetary benefits go to the providers.
It is imperative for the sake of such monetary losses at the
hands of ERPs, that the consumer be educated about the financial growth and
evident benefits they can gain when they move to SaaS cloud providers, that did
not acquire the technology but built it themselves, so that they do not have to
rely on third party support mechanisms and yet be using the ten year old technology
that they have been using to date. Floating a few updates to the mechanism
cannot bring the agility and freshness of a SaaS software that is built on the
lines of user friendly UX and UI to help companies leverage their best talent
and use them effectively for the sake of exponential growth year over year. Most
companies these days have executives that work towards identifying how to make the
most of business intelligence tools provided to them, that is where companies
like “WebHR” stand out. WebHR provides
such HR related business intelligence tools, that go beyond the scope of other
such software out there and are an asset to any organization that wants a
better return on their investment. It has blossomed and matured over time into a
system capable of moving in any directions it lays it eyes on and then
excelling at that, it has also been called the “workday” of the modern age HCM suites.
According to Gartner,
as noted in 2015, the rise of HCM is
a major contributor to the destruction of ERP suites, fired by innovative cloud
solutions with more frequent updates, faster deployment and better user
experience. It is noted that any integrations, for e.g. slack would take a legacy
system, a lengthy set of approvals alongside a longer wait time, till they have
been incorporated into the system as compared to the modern SaaS solutions, where
crazy developers stay up the nights and get things done. The backend teams work
cohesively like a well-oiled machinery that can take up any task that has been provided
to them, nothing is impossible when it comes to achieving these targets. With
the decline in these age-old ,,systems, there was a fall in the reliance of the
servers they used and devices they depended upon, bringing forth the sharp rise
of hyperscale cloud providers like Amazon
Web Services, Microsoft Azure and
At WebHR we are
doingeverything a modern HR should
be doing, bringing the social aspect
into HR and connecting teams, bringing them closer at work along with
seamlessly interfacing and talking to other software through APIs. Staying ahead
of the curve, with their 24/7 customer support, we believe in dealing with
customers as part of the family and every matter is resolved without delays and
customizations are made according to the needs, whenever and wherever they are
required. We do know that, this leaves the age-old systems, nowhere in the
race, as the current competition is amongst the modern and innovative
solutions, that are bringing some novel concepts and approaches to the market,
are more tech savvy and affordable to their very roots. It would not be unjustified to say that, legacy
HR systems are losing this fast-declining battle against the current point
solutions providers, that are ready to bring the much-needed change.
The coming years, would be the years of evolution and change for HR. The way we manage people has come a long way, there is an ever changing scenario, when it comes to how a company advertises, recruits, engages and evaluates employees. There was a huge gap between the corporate outlook and the way SMBs see things a few years ago, along with distinct differences between the ways to deal with their respective workers, which seem to have been merging now and the new ideology tells us that every company, large or small needs to quantify and gauge the employee experience and retain their best talent, not just recruit them.
All that glitters is not gold and not all expensive software ensure the quality of services provided. The true demographics of companies all over the world, according to a research done by the analysts at WebHR, tell us a surprising story, there is a huge demand for an All-in-One HCM suite not just for smaller companies but also larger corporations, that tend to burn a whole lot of money on software systems, that are hard to deploy, provide little value compared to the amount spent on them or have an extremely complicated learning curve. What the team at WebHR has found out is that, it doesn’t matter how pricy the software in place, if it fails at basic functionality and doesn’t provide an ease of use for the user, it becomes a burden on the company.
The next generation of software tend to be smarter, precise and more vigilant about the customer requirements, have shorter life cycles for necessary updates essential to make the workflows smoother, make more customization to cater and adjust to different workflows. The newer tools focus on customer queries, their worries and concerns and provide them support free of cost to equip them with a better understanding of the software, helping them use it at its maximum potential. The evolutionary process wants these systems to incorporate more social aspect tools, that keep the teams engaged, performing up to their mark, meet targets and then evaluated more responsibly and fairly. Companies need to make sure that their spending is justified and they get ease of using a software that covers most aspects related to HR and goes an extra mile.
The rapid innovation onset round the globe, accounts for an increased level of automation and intelligent analysis of data to bring out more productivity, that is where the team WebHR understands that AI and data analytics can be a game changer. The use of certain physical devices to extract data, without actually doing any manual work, like Amazon’s Alexa, acting as an HR manager. These are the facts that are changing the way HR looks and feels. The meetings from different ends of the world, done virtually in a conference room with just a VR headset, that works with WebHR. This is just a fraction of what the team at WebHR is planning to do in this space.
The step forward is not just all that innovation but also to meet the human end of it and improve it manifold. The evaluations, as we see it today are based on old tactics and sometimes do not turn out to be beneficial in any substantial change in an employee;s career or pathway. To bring valuable and significant change, is not to bring out a feedback that is not reflective of employees day to day activities but more directed towards an overall achievement designed to highlight those certain phases where they completed a project and showed their best capabilities, with elated sense of team spirit. If we look into the life cycles of startup, that continually go through different phases of development, their employees go from the very basic in skills set to becoming an integral part of the team, where everyone works as a cohesive and combined force, having a larger success rate of getting things done effectively. The level of persistence and organizational development depends on the level of engagement amongst the employees and the focused objectives to do better by adapting skills at work and utilizing them effectively.
Today’s employees have entered an era of competition, where people grab opportunities faster and are ready to take on career paths, that are challenging and demand a constant process of learning, with that said, finding that talent has become more convenient through tools like “WebHR”, as WebHR helps creating a brand recognition for the company and help them spread good vibes about them, putting forth their mission towards acquiring and retaining the best suitable candidates for their businesses. This not just brings out the companies as specific “brands” but also ensure that their integrity, is the main focus during the process.
The latest wave of showdowns for the leaders in the upper-most tiers of the company and their deeds being highlighted on social media, means surrounding the company culture. No company big or small, can survive on brand names alone, it is imperative to build a culture of trust and understanding as portrayed by the CEO of the company itself. Nothing stays inside a company’s board room, or no misconduct can be brushed under the carpet these days. A better management, is a connected, honest and culture reflective management. A culture where all employees have an equal opportunity to grow and get promoted to the positions they deserve. The mechanism of sharing and appreciating efforts put in by every member of the team, with very visual tokens of appreciations, like “employee of the month”, “high achievers”, badges, that make their day and boost their ego, making them feel involved and engaged at all times.
The team at WebHR has experimented and tested different ways of bringing a social aspect to HR and uplift its current role, moving it towards a platform that provides, connectivity and sense of tribe building amongst the employees. Improving the mental well-being of even the most introverted of the employees in the company by giving them a chance to mingle with all the tiers in the company. The team at WebHR has noticed that it bridges the gap between older and younger employees, creating a unique mechanism of learning, where millennials seek wisdom and advice from older, more experienced ones.
WebHR’s team has always been innovating the ways we deal with our most valuable assets ” our employees”, the team holds this notion highly, that an overall success at any company is directly related to the well-being of their employees. They are not just a tool to get a better ranking but also an essential and integral basis of how a company builds its image from the ground up and be known for that. The modern day companies want more, they want fast, effective and affordable ways of doing things and larger corporations have realized the same thing. The coming year would be the year when affordable HR tools break their way into companies of all sizes and categories. The need has been identified and the change is imminent.
WebHR has steadily climbed up in ranks and feels pride in being placed in the top quadrant at Gartner, the most reputable institution for evaluating the companies in this space. The key performance indicators have been positive for the past two years and WebHR’s Global presence sets it apart from others. It is considered as boon for most organizations, as it is the most comprehensive HCM suite present to this date and is also considered as the most affordable software for companies of all sizes. WebHR’s motto and its ambition is to upgrade the workplace connectivity and bring a facebook like platform to connect the teams at work. It has revolutionized the way we think HR and has created an X factor when its comes to going an extra mile, with no set up costs and free training of the software, it takes into consideration the longevity of its relationship with its clients in almost all time zones on the globe.
The future of workplace has been envisioned by our visionary leadership and a constant merge of technology with the traditional tools is re-directing it towards automation where it is needed. WebHR’s has also been named as the one of the only useful HR app on Amazon Alexa, was a launch partner for Microsoft’s Cortana device “Invoke ” which also supports WebHR. The advancements in the field of HR using AI has again been the reason WebHR is one of the most innovative HR firm and is a pioneer in doing things way before the rest. It is also destined to be the one of the only Global Payroll provider, along with everything required to manage your people, bringing an All-in-One HR that meets demands before they are created.
WebHR wishes to improve the office lives by bringing teams at work closer and by making people management simpler and faster.
WebHR is announcing a major step in the HR industry by becoming a modern payroll provider. So, alongside streamlining the core HR functionalities, WebHR enables a simplified payroll processing unit, taking into consideration all pain points and automating most processes, reducing the costs. WebHR has made its space in this industry and is considered a pioneer and a global leader that is destined to become a global payroll provider alongside an All-in-One HR portal.
WebHR defines and implements the modern day advanced technologies, that are much needed to automate the processes for HR. WebHR’s value addition is designed for economic benefits for all sizes of companies, a universal approach towards the future of workplace, that enhances the business and upgrades the team ethics, creating a connected and tightly knit network of employees. It focuses on goals and collaboration at all levels, creating a cohesive workforce and promoting the company culture. WebHR’s cloud based global solution targets at becoming your one stop “go to” HR software, that goes beyond that defining term and provides you a social connectivity tool, that looks and feels like Facebook upon usage.
The ease that a cloud based payroll software adds is far greater, as the businesses can run and manage payroll from any where. WebHR allows all companies to efficiently pay all kinds of employees, be it full-time, part-time, contract and freelance. It allows companies to enjoy a seamless workflow, that automatically calculates how much the employees need need to be paid every pay period, by extracting data from its time and attendance module. WebHR makes it convenient for the companies to regulate work flows for different shifts, overtime, holidays pay taxes etc. It goes a step further and does the direct deposit, print checking or populating NACHA files. Along with filing payroll taxes, which includes withholding employee taxes, filing and then paying tax withholding to appropriate Federal and State agencies, it also issues W-2 and 1099 forms.
An employee self-service platform allows the HR mangers and teams to enable employees to view their pay stubs, PTO balances and a lot more. WebHR’s extensive reporting format allows the organizations to gather intelligent data related to payroll information in both graphical and tabular formats. With this modern cloud based payroll processing, companies can bring an end to their ordeal of doing things the archaic way, with low budgets dedicated towards payroll processing. Not only does that save time and money, it saves them valuable labor that can be put to better use, enhancing the growth spurt of a company. WebHR simplifies this critical task, so that days and hours worth of time can be reduced to a few clicks and done with in minutes, eliminating all glitches and blockages which are a usual part and parcel of these processes, causing an avoidable nuisance.
By incorporating WebHR’s online payroll processing, a very valuable labor time is saved and dedicated in-house payroll processing is avoided, cutting costs in general. A software like WebHR is more likely to comply with regulations and stay updated than an in-house payroll processing unit. HR is going under an immense re-modelling, as it is high time we re-think our ways with dealing with the most important asset in our companies ” our employees” and move towards a more dynamic approach towards tackling the common core pain points.
If you are a SaaS business, you can now offer your services to the customers, with a new feature introduced by Amazon called the “instant access” HR transformation has re-vamped this industry completely and SaaS software has become the fastest growing industry. So far, WebHR has the honor of retaining its pioneer status and is by far the only SaaS based HR software to be featured at Amazon’s Instant Access. The users can create an instance using their existing accounts and keep the same billing pattern.
WebHR made its place at Amazon’s instant access by following the best security practices and very robust and advanced APIs, that made the process faster and convenient. The popularity of SaaS HR has uplifted WebHR and has brought forth its market leader status and authenticated its need to be at a marketplace, where customers have a better opportunity to reach out and avail a better HR solution to empower their teams at work.
The rise of cloud based subscription software in HR is on a constant rise and now users can utilize amazon.com to avail the services of WebHR. Amazon’s instant access has a more updated feature and can easily integrate with your PC, Mac and web-based applications.
Instant access isn’t the same as in-app purchase, instead it allows WebHR to sell its subscription software to be available on amazon.com like any other physical item, allowing the same level of discoverablility and presence like any other vendor on amazon.com
From a user’s perspective, WebHR’s delivery mechanism is now seamless, as they shop on Amazon.com, buy the subscription and then access the software by logging in. Subscriptions auto-renew and trials auto-upgrade, so the system has a smooth flow and transitions as the user transitions to the next phase. This provides immense value to the customers, as now they have to go through a simpler procedure.
A study conducted by Forrester Consulting for Amazon states that, “Sellers have chosen SaaS solutions because it lets them be more agile, reach new customers and lower the cost of customer acquisition.
WebHR has always stayed ahead of the curve in the HR industry, always bringing more value to its customers and lowering their costs. It has a dream of providing a complete HCM suite for its users without breaking their budget. So all sizes of companies can avail an equal amount of services as compared to software applications in the past, that took months of implementation, extensive set up cost and exaggerated billing. WebHR brings in a fair and just chance to companies of all sizes to avail the same set of services . WebHR has a unique stance in this regard and has abolished all tiers to its pricing, introducing a modular approach, so that the software grows along with the growth of an organization, adjusting itself through different stages of metamorphosis in a company.
WebHR’s inclusion at Amazon’s instant access will not only turn beneficial for an already international nature of its audience but will bring an added sense of ease for its customers, to come on board with them.
Health tech/ Healthcare facilities are existing in a “survival” mode for far too long. Most of the techniques and procedures used to manage their day to day lives and keep the HR records intact are old and archaic. Even the software, if they use any, are worse than using paper and files for documenting everything necessary. It takes them hours to populate the data in systems, that are outdated. Businesses like these are usually defined separately from mainstream commercial ones, as their operations fall into completely different categories and have a different way of approaching varied issues at work. Medical or healthcare facilities face time and financial constraints and the money flow sometimes puts a cork on the budget, to do more than just necessary day to day operations . The pace of workflow is usually so fast, that there is less time left to document appraisals or other important HR related tasks and usually get ignored altogether.
The people dedicated to HR department in healthcare businesses, are not solely responsible for maintaining employee records and keeping everything up to date but usually multi-task and are involved in maintaining a ton of legal paperwork . Hence, they get stressed out, when core HR processes involving complex shifts and time scheduling is handed over to them. The recent wave of Cloud based SaaS models are making lives easier round the world and it has been noted that most of the world’s largest businesses are moving towards this. They provide cost-effective alternatives to complex out-dated systems that were in place and don’t do much to facilitate the healthcare businesses.
It is also noted that in the past, businesses like these have used multiple tools to manage people and it becomes too complicated to make sure everything syncs and works at the same time to produce desirable results. With All-in-one SaaS HR software, this need can be fulfilled. WebHR has made leaps and bounds in this space and provides an All-In-One portal for a company’s HR needs and manages everything from Hire to Retire. It brings an ease of cost effective solution which complies with all Federal Ordinances to make sure it stays updated, as workplace laws continually change at a fast pace.
The availability of an enterprise level solution that costs only a fraction of what most of these businesses spend to manage people, comes as a pleasant wave of change. A much needed transition that every healthcare business and medical facilities require to upgrade themselves and meet their increasing demands of getting work done quickly, without any glitches. A paper-less work environment takes stress off HR personnel by reducing time taken to to do all the scheduling, appraisals and recruitment. All HR decisions in healthcare businesses are of critical nature and account to immense loss of valuable time and energies, if not done properly. A technically advanced SaaS software is more capable of handling complex organizational healthcare structures and make them part of the software to simplify them. It is imperative to understand that healthcare is a whole lot different from the rest of the commercial world and with the latest wave of crunching down funds for such businesses, it is important to have the knowledge about the budgeting brackets for different sizes. A SaaS model has the capabilities to adjust to all sizes and needs with a more modular approach and caters to specific needs by solving most issues at hand and then has room for all kinds of operations going on with a complete sense of privacy and security, as we know that all records at these businesses hold confidential content, that needs protection. A solution that cuts the costs and caters to their needs, is exactly what is missing in most enterprise solutions and that is where SaaS models have an edge.
Healthcare is notorious for their love of paperwork, which is more of a legal formality than necessity. With all the legal hassle to store and document the massive amount of paperwork, the mainstream HR practices are ignored till the last minute. The critical employee appraisals, forms and surveys are usually lost under heaps of legal issues. To bring a sense of order and sanity to chaotic work schedules, these businesses need to drift away and modernize, moving to a more dynamic SaaS Cloud platform that provides an end-to-end HR solution that handles everything from the point of hiring people to the point when they exit, in a seamless and efficient way. Software As a Service model like WebHR, can save thousands and millions of dollars for large hospitals and medical facilities, even the ones working multi-nationally as it already deals with clients from 196 countries and allows them to use the software in more than 30 languages. These newer systems can replace old broken ones, that are in place since the 80s, yes it is hard to believe, but there are facilities that don’t only need to stop using paper but also upgrade to technologies that solve modern day problems. It is not only about lowering down the cost to deal with the hefty and cumbersome tasks but also to automate most of the procedures, allowing teams to be more efficient and productive. These SaaS HR software need minimal skill sets for a person to use it to its maximum potentials, hence allows more room for the dedicated people to do their regular health related workflows, while the software stream-lines their hardcore HR processes. Scheduling of the nursing staff that works in shifts in the emergency department can not only be handled by the software, managers can remotely access/ monitor it, while traveling. These tools provide custom tailored analytical reports, that allows managers to judge their working cohorts and adjust the staff accordingly. This lets them control their hiring processes according to the amount of work and the way it varies seasonally.
We can conclude, that as the industry changes and goes under metamorphosis, there is a huge need for SaaS Cloud Software to fill this gap and provide a modern, more “complete”, cost-effective solution and the healthcare businesses need this now, more than ever before.
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This FrontRunners analysis is a data-driven assessment identifying products in the HRIS software market that offer the best capability and value for small businesses. For a given market, products are evaluated and given a score for the capability (x-axis) and value (y-axis) they bring to users. FrontRunners then plots the top 25-30 products in a quadrant format.
To be considered for the HRIS FrontRunners, a product needed a minimum of 20 user reviews, a minimum capability user rating score of 3.0 and a minimum value user rating score of 3.0. In most cases, we evaluate hundreds of products and feature only 20-30 as FrontRunners; thus, all products that qualify as FrontRunners are top performing products in their market.
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