Adopting an intuitive and comprehensive employee management system is the key to managing employees effectively and unlocking their full potential. It can also help you automate everyday HR operations and improve the overall employee experience.
If you’re planning to implement an employee management system for your organization, look out for the following features:
Employee database management: Consolidates employee data in a single, centralized system and manages it in a way that ensures compliance with data protection laws.
Time and attendance management: Allows employees to mark attendance online, apply for leave, and record the time they spend on different projects.
Performance management: Empowers performance reviewers to evaluate employee performance regularly, set goals and KRAs for employees, exchange feedback, and more.
Employee self-service: Provides employees with access to a central portal through which they can complete all necessary HR functions, from completing onboarding and training to marking attendance and viewing important information.
Learning management: Supports virtual learning, different learning styles, assignments, online tests, course discussions, learning plans, and mobile learning, to ensure a flexible experience for employees.
People analytics: Enables a proactive HR team by analyzing employee data and providing key insights on why employees are leaving or staying, as well as why some are performing well and why others are struggling.
Read more about the different features to look out for in an employee management system in our HR Knowledge Hive.