The best, most advanced, cutting-edge technology is literally useless if nobody uses it.
Often, and for understandable reasons, an HR automation project can focus too much on the technical issues and fail to persuade employees of the new system’s value with a predictable impact on your return on investment.
The following three steps should ensure that you keep the end users in mind when selecting and implementing your new HRMS.
1) Emphasize useful features
The system’s features are only part of the story, but an essential part. Tempting as it can be to buy the ‘sexiest’ system that does everything and