Who has not already been confronted with the slowness or complexity of some human resources decisions and processes? To give a couple of examples, the expatriation of a manager from a branch in Asia to a branch in the US involves more than ten people and requires seven validations, not to mention a lot of paperwork by the human resources department. Negotiating a salary during recruitment involves five people and is spread over more than two weeks. It is these types of aberrations that are driving more and more human resources professionals to take steps to optimize and accelerate human resources decisions and processes.
Why optimize human resources decisions and
The complexity of these human resources processes complicates and slows down human resources decision-making. Especially since it is sometimes difficult, for example, to fully optimize and involve managers in making human resources decisions, to take enough distance with respect to their personal feelings which naturally tend to guide our decisions or, on the contrary, not to not lose sight of the human aspect of decision-making by reducing its employees to figures.
How to accelerate human resources decisions
A more relevant analysis of human resources processes and human resources indicators can help optimize human resources decisions. This requires powerful, relevant and intuitive indicators to analyze in order to simplify human resources processes. In addition to you benefiting from having these indicators, it is important to define the nature of the decision to be made and to master the context and the motivation that led to this particular decision.
Being aware of the issue and the possible consequences for the company, people or productivity is of course information that needs to be readily available.
A good HRIS suite allows you to quickly view dashboards and reporting to easily manage all your company’s human resources processes and activities while having base indicators reflecting human resources best practices already implemented. This gives you a holistic view of reliable and quality information by simplifying human resources processes, on which you can confidently base your future human resources decisions.