Core HR, Analytics & Reporting

Employee Data Management: This process involves capturing, storing, and managing employee data, including personal information, contact details, employment history, performance records, and organizational hierarchy.
Employee Record Maintenance: HR professionals ensure that employee records are accurate, up-to-date, and compliant with data privacy regulations. They handle tasks such as updating employee information, maintaining employment contracts, and managing changes in job roles or organizational structure.
Organizational Structure Management: HR professionals establish and maintain the organizational structure, including departments, teams, reporting lines, and hierarchies. They ensure the structure aligns with business needs and supports effective communication and collaboration.
Employee Self-Service Portals: Advanced HCM systems offer employee self-service portals where employees can access and update their personal information, view pay stubs, request time off, and access relevant HR policies and documents.
Robotic Process Automation (RPA): HCM solutions can integrate RPA capabilities to automate repetitive administrative tasks, such as data entry, employee record updates, and generating HR reports. This reduces manual effort and increases efficiency.
HR Analytics and Reporting involve the use of data and analytics to gain insights into various aspects of HR operations and make data-driven decisions. It leverages data collected from HR systems, employee records, surveys, and other sources to analyze trends, identify patterns, and measure the effectiveness of HR initiatives. Here’s an overview of HR analytics and reporting.