RECAP: HR Improvement Event

Author by James Savage

SharePoint is not only useful for marketing, developing and organizing your business. It is also useful when it comes to the Human Resources procedures within a company. The latest Concurrency event on Friday March 20, 2009 at Microsoft’s Waukesha office hosted about fifteen guests and showed this procedure with great detail. When using SharePoint with your HR needs it can help eliminate tasks, reduce human errors, as well as cut down on the routine processes. Concurrency discussed how the following items can be improved by using SharePoint:
  • Employee Records
  • Scorecards/KPIs
  • Evaluations
  • Skill Inventories
  • Compliance Manuals
  • Remote Training
To elaborate on the points above, the employee records within a business can have an improved process for creating, searching and even deleting those sensitive records that must be kept private. All scorecards/KPIs can have straightforward planning, forecasting, analysis, and graphical performance reporting by using SharePoint. For evaluations, the feedback can be more effective by improving the process. All skills inventories can be managed better with easy customizable forms specific to your business. Develop compliance manuals across your team to improve content reuse. Use remote training to reduce costs and long processes either virtually or by remote. Concurrency can turn your Human Resources processes from a long and tedious head ache to a practical and inexpensive transformation all by using SharePoint to upgrade those procedures. For more information on upgrading your Human Resources Procedures today or using SharePoint, please call Concurrency at 262-364-5800 or view the website at http://www.concurrency.com/technology/sharepoint.
Author

James Savage

James Savage is the President of Concurrency, Inc., an information technology solution company he founded 1989. Its customers are among the most successful communication, construction, financial, insurance, logistics, and manufacturing companies in the Midwest.