Process mapping is an activity of modeling common business functions, to understand how they work and to identify ways to improve them.
A HR process map describes the people and the sequence of activities involved in a particular HR process. Often, HR process maps are focused around issues, such as the hiring of employees, regular payroll processing, and other transactional and transformational functions. HR process maps can describe existing (”as is”) processes and also can depict the normative (”to be”) processes to be established. The maps are invaluable in establishing a common understanding of tasks, roles, and loopholes within a process
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Human Resources: Process Mapping: What Is It and Why Should I Care?
22nd December 2010 From Oman, Muscat