Faculty In A Management Institute
Process Design, Employee Engagement, Social
Thank you for sharing the live case study. I have lots of questions with regard to this implementation process. May I ask your e-mail Id so that i can have a conversation for better and deeper understanding
Meanwhile let me introduce
I am a professor in a management Institute with almost a decade of corporate experience.
29th October 2009 From India, Vadodara
30th October 2009 From India, Guwahati
I'd be interested to know the specific beneficial changes your company has experienced after moving to automated HR processes. And, any changes that have added to employee workload--i.e., adversely affected employee productivity.
The benefits listed in your note present an overview and do not go over the specific workflow advantages (e.g. reducing number of days taken to do performance reviews, approval of leave etc.). It would help very much to see a list of changes you've personally experienced as a result of automated HR processes.
30th October 2009 From India, Gurgaon
Thanks for your interest shown.
The single, biggest benefit after SAP HR implementation has happened in the domain of compensation and payroll management.
For detailed description, you can mail me on my id given in my previous post.
2nd November 2009 From India, Guwahati
Thank you for the case study. Here is an interesting application created by my organization.
This application simplifies employee management, evaluation and training. It automates processes. Do consider having a look.
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3rd July 2019 From India, Mumbai