4 Things To Look For In A Powerful HR Software Solution
The field of human resources has become increasingly bureaucratic; paperwork, compliance deadlines, paperwork, payroll, benefits, paperwork—you get the idea. More and more HR professionals spend their time navigating separate software and duplicated data on top of their recruiting, training, and employee engagement efforts. Thankfully, more and more HR teams are turning into single-source software solutions to streamline employee onboarding, payroll, benefits, employee tracking, and many other branches of HR work.
While a company’s specific needs and size will play a role in choosing the right software, there are some universal components from which all HR departments can benefit.
- HR Software should be easy to use, with intuitive navigation to allow company-wide, strategic
- HR software should provide targeted reports and analytics aimed at helping manage their employees more effectively.
- HR software should be accessible from any device and anywhere in the world. This minimizes downtime and increases the ability to make strong decisions based on the most current information.
- HR software should include all the major facets of the department, including applicant tracking, time and attendance management, benefits enrollment, applicant and employee tracking, and payroll.
Highflyer HR's iSolved software combines the necessary functions of human resources into one interactive app for professionals. iSolved provides full payroll reporting opportunities, time and attendance trackers for each employee and field, automated benefit processing, new hire reporting, and more. iSolved brings all aspects of HR together seamlessly to ensure the easiest most complete reporting and tracking.
Our goal at Highflyer HR is to make sure your business begins and ends with Human Resources. Easy to use, iSolved streamlines the staggering list of HR responsibilities into a single-source software that cross-references information, profiles, and goals, freeing up time for HR departments to focus less on resources and more on humans.
And we call that a win-win.