In Human Resources most of us think of apps and likely our minds go right to recruiting. It makes sense; some of you may be familiar with job boards such as Monster, CareerBuilder, Indeed, and SimplyHired. These recruiting sites allow both employees and employers to search for open positions and available potential candidates.
However, there are NEW and IMPROVED applications such as SocializedHR.com, JobSpeek, and Jobvite which are mobile solutions that allow recruiters to screen, review, and manage candidates all with their mobile device.
Mobile HR….A trend for 2015!
The technology world is providing HR professionals much more in the app store than just recruiting solutions.
We are now able to run payroll, manage time and attendance, and evaluate employee performance from the road.
Kronos Workforce Mobile driving us into the future!
Kronos Incorporated made an announcement in October about their New Standard Workforce Management Solution for small and mid-sized organizations.
New capabilities and features include:
- Expanded HR Capabilities
- Enterprise Class Recruitment
- Customized, automated on-boarding
- Complete compensation management
- Benefits management
- Affordable Care Act (ADA) compliance management
- Leave of absence management
- Time Clock features
- Streamlines mobile app interface for iOS, Android, AND Windows!
Not to mention Kronos is CLOUD BASED!
I put it in the “cloud”
All research shows organizations moving towards cloud based computing!
Why? Flexibility, Disaster Recover, Automatic Software Updates, Increased collaboration, security, competitiveness…not to mention Environmentally friendly!
Kronos Workforce Ready Solution has already gained the support and the trust of big businesses such as General Electric (GE)!
“We selected Kronos because of its proven record of helping multinational organizations successfully optimize workforce management processes. This cloud solution will provide user experience enhancements and an evolving framework to support GE’s drive toward standardized and simplified workforce management processes.” – Cal Ambrosy, manager of U.S. Human Resource Operations and Global Initiatives, GE