HR is a cost and so it needs to run efficiently.
As the workplace continues to grow in complexity, HR practitioners are increasingly under pressure to improve efficiency and responsiveness. Disorganised HR support processes can have dire consequences, from employees frustrated at having their queries lost or forgotten, to huge pay outs resulting from lost tribunals and inaccurate audit trails.
Two thirds of workers say they care about saving energy in the workplace but many organisations don’t appear to be doing enough to ensure this is happening.
Richard Pearson from ResourceBank discusses how making small changes within the workplace could ensure substantial results for both workers and the business.
Inefficient process management costs enterprises up to £600,000 per year Redwood Software, the IT and business process automation experts, uncover research data that manually undertaking SAP® system copy is time-consuming, expensive and inefficient. SAP recommends that enterprises perform system copies to create test, demo and training systems. The process is also required for migration, disaster…
Training and technology upgrades are essential for a more efficient workforce. Technocrats dominate the UK workforce, but poor training, inefficient working practices and old equipment mean many are still not making the most of the technology available to them, according to specialist IT recruiter Modis. In a poll of 1000 office workers, 94% claimed they…