Companies can now manage their entire staff administration with HR-ON
Companies no longer have to worry about whether they are following all the correct procedures associated with managing employees. With HR-ON’s new staff management system, the entire employment process is taken care of automatically. This controls everything from a new employees first day at work, to the day this employee leaves the company again.
“We make it simple and flexible for companies, so they can concentrate on the tasks that really create value for them,” HR-ON Director, Ali Cevik, says.
Today most companies have numerous documents explaining procedures. These procedures may or may not be up-to-date and might not be properly adhered to. There may also be no written procedures at all. With HR-ON’s new HR system, all procedures are brought together in one place for clarity. Both the responsible employee and the management get a complete overview and are kept up-to-date on whether these procedures are being followed.
“The principles are the same as with our recruitment system. You can define all processes yourself, and you always have a complete overview of whether all sub-tasks are completed,” Ali Cevik explains.
Control the procedures
An example of the procedure for on-boarding could be that the new employee must be shown around the office, given training on the use of the machines and given an access card. This procedure is specifically defined by each business. Responsibility is delegated to individual employees. This means that no one has any doubts about who should do which on-boarding task and when. In addition, it is possible to see every stage of an employee’s career at the company. This can include; training, holidays, staff care, off-boarding, or anything else that falls under the company’s staff administration.
“It frees up a lot of resources in the company when these processes are completely automated. Employees know what to do, and management can keep track of tasks being completed,” Ali Cevik says.
The system also collects all documents about the employee and gives the company a complete overview of the equipment given to the employee. The system ensures that the company complies with all applicable personal data rules. For example, information is deleted in a timely manner according to the new GDPR rules.
“It is important for companies to know that they will not violate the EU’s Personal Data Regulation (GDPR), and that is what our system ensures in relation to employees,” Ali Cevik says.
HR-ON’s HR system can be easily integrated with the existing recruitment system. This gives companies a single tool to control the entire process from recruitment to the employee’s final day at the company.