Dave Rietsema has worked in the human resources industry for several years as both a generalist and manager. He holds a Master’s in Business Administration with an HR focus and is certified by the Human Resources Certification Institute as a Professional in Human Resources (PHR).
In 2012, Dave launched HRPayrollSystems.net to assist HR professionals in identifying, evaluating and selecting HRIS solutions.
Every day, new HR innovations are bringing companies into the future with systems that allow faster and more efficient employee communications, job training, talent management and recruiting. Today's companies should keep up with the major HR software technology shifts in the industry.
As of late, the benefits of switching to a more unified global HRMS platform have been considered and discussed among a myriad of organizations. What are the primary strong points of HRMS software to global businesses? David Rietsema, founder of HR Payroll Systems, shares his viewpoint on the four main strengths an HRMS solution can lend to a contemporary multinational enterprise in this Business-Software.com exclusive blog post.
HRIS management software is used by businesses to reduce the human resources department's work load through the automation of jobs like employee training, performance reviews, calculation of benefits and payroll preparation.
Deployment of a Human Resources Information System (HRIS) is a major undertaking for any company since there are so many factors to consider. While these systems are ideal for maximizing productivity, saving money, reducing administrative burdens and boosting overall employee morale, professionals who are assigned to these initiatives must avoid certain pitfalls if they want the overall implementation to be successful.