Digital HR services:
With the digitalisation of tools and processes, the arrival of generations Y and Z in the labour market and companies refocusing their strategies on employees, human resources departments must adapt to societal changes. Focus on the digitalisation of HR services.
With people becoming ever more connected and mobile, we expect the same from the professional world, although it is often lagging behind. It is our personal customs and habits that force companies to open up to new technologies and sometimes to change the ways in which they work. The process of digitalisation is now underway.
While digital transformation obviously affects all the departments of a company, HR is often affected the most. These days, HR managers are facing real challenges: to redefine their purpose and demonstrate their worth in a changing economic, technological and societal environment. They must choose their core business and outsource that which can be outsourced.
The advantages of digitalisation
Despite the presence of cultural, organizational, and sometimes legal obstacles, digitalisation is perceived by the HR sector as a real opportunity. It allows the positioning of the HR manager within a company to change: from an administrative expert, they can become involved in the development strategy of the company. How? By placing employees at the centre of HR projects and retaining them by improving the employee’s experience. An improvement now made possible by digitalisation.
Setting up your holidays with your smartphone, submitting expenses via an app, working from home or on the move: everyday life is made easier by digitalisation. This is required to meet employees’ new expectations regarding flexibility and mobility. HR and Corporate Managers are all about winning: loyal, motivated and productive employees and a strong employer brand to help recruit new talent.
The digital revolution in the field of HR has translated into the provision of new tools, new softwares and new platforms to better manage administrative procedures.
Adapting to corporate cultures and requirements, their benefits are numerous:
- Time savings
- Reduced operating costs
- Reliability through process automation
- Increased productivity
- Improved assessment metrics
- Rationalisation of decisions
- Traceability and management of more data over several years
- Reduced environmental footprint
- Decentralisation between managers and employees
By outsourcing certain administrative tasks, they devote themselves to value-added missions such as talent recruitment, while being assured of professional work based on our expertise and specialization. We rely on state-of-the-art software to increase efficiency.
Our Digitalised HR Services :
Unipro is our in-house software for managing planned and unplanned absences
- Summary of absences and remaining holidays
- Ability to manage and view overtime
- Access to global attendance schedules for your department
Abs & Claims mobile app, the ideal addition to the Unipro software
Individual Benefit Statement, the HR communications tool
Payroll mangement, one example of a fully digitalised service
Meeting with Séverine Bovagne, who talks about this fully digitalised service within the global offering of Swiss Risk & Care.
What is payroll management?
What are the benefits for businesses?
How far is the digitalisation of wage management going?
With over 15 years experience in wage management, Séverine Bovagne is responsible for Payroll & HR Administration Services Caredesk at Swiss Risk & Care.