Automation Can Help

If you have never thought you needed an HRMS system, now may be the time to reconsider.  There is a lot of work ahead for HR professionals and benefit managers to comply with new laws, especially the Affordable Care Act.  An HRMS system is designed to centralize HR and benefits information so you can more easily access the data and run the reports you need for compliance.  In addition to compliance with the Affordable Care Act your HRMS solution would help keep your company in compliance with EEO-1, EEO-4, I-9 Citizenship Verification, Vets-100, Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) and OSHA record-keeping requirements.

Although HR compliance is at the heart of your base HRMS system, it can also become the center of a more fully featured system that can include payroll, Employee Self Service, Paperless HR Forms, Org Charts, Recruiting, Training Management , Timekeeping and more.  Imagine entering employee information only one time and knowing that all of your employee-related information is up-to-date and available to the people who need it most.  No spreadheets with conflicting information, or duplication of data.

So if you never thought and HR system was for your company, maybe now is the time to take a look and see what you have been missing.