Building an HR System That Works
If your organization wants to implement an automated HR system, one of the main questions you’ll want to answer is: What makes for a good system?
HR systems that fuel a productive and satisfied workforce have four components: efficiency, scalability, reliability, and compliance. Let’s look at each one.
We have found pornography on an employee’s computer. How should we handle this? And, is an employee’s addiction to pornography protected under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)?
Starting a new job might be cause for nerves, but it shouldn’t induce headaches.
Organizations that understand this fact will ensure their onboarding process is smooth for the new employee and seamless for the HR staff.
We conduct hearing tests on employees and record any discovered hearing loss on our OSHA 300 log. Are we required to conduct tests on temporary workers we hire through an agency, and if so, should we report those hearing losses differently?