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Easy to Use
- Navigation using a
graphictoolbar, pull-down menus, or shortcut keys
- Easily-recognizable, distinctive icons
- Persistent screen with select buttons for fast, easy access to commonly used screens
- Free 30-days Technical Support and our new Fast-Trak program!
- PLUS 20 Attendance reports, 20 Compensation and Analysis reports, 15 Employment and Organization reports, among many others
- Screens for employee data collection: Personal, Job Screen, Secondary Job, Benefits, Dependents, Education, Emergency Contacts, Events, Former Employers, Injuries, Photo, Skills, Wellness, Grievance, Follow-Up Notes, Termination, Assets, Training, Medical History, Contacts
- Attendance module screens: Attendance Records, YTD Status, Leave of Absence
- 270+ predefined reports, each with multiple selection criteria
- Most are customizable simply by clicking the Customize button.
- Titles include: EEO, I-9, Vets-I00, EEO-1 Detail, EEO-1 Summary, EEO-4 Detail, EEO-4 Summary, New Hires, Terminations, Promotions, Demotions, Transfers, Job Group Analysis, Organizational Summaries (True Workforce Analysis for EEO audits), OSHA Accidents & Workers Comp, OSHA 300, OSHA 300A, OSHA 301, Benefit Statements, COBRA, Insurance Cost Tracking
- Very easy to create and use
- Unlimited number of reports can be created based on Standard Reports or created from scratch
- Selection criteria are stored with reports and prompting for values when
- Create letters and labels, merge files, Excel files, Lotus files, DBF files, ASCII text files
- Import from ADP, PayCheck, and many other payroll services
- Import from in-house payrolls
- Time clock fields on Pay Screen for direct access by Unitime and other time clock systems
- Export WordPerfect merge files, Excel files, Lotus files, ASCII files, DBF files
Security and Attendance Tracking
- Accrues leave based on longevity, lump sum, or hours worked within a job position
- Also available as a stand-alone system
- Easy to set up and change
- Screen access limited by User ID
- User changeable passwords
- Data access definable to employee ID level
News and Updates
Human resource departments are some of the most important departments in any company. Whether it’s small scale or large, the role of a Human resource manager, for instance, cannot go unnoticed.
HR managers all play a critical role in creating an organization because they are actively involved in providing the company with the best candidates to fill jobs within a company.
Companies can go without a human resource manager, but only if the company consists of less than 50 employees. There must, however, be an HR manager set in place for every 50 employees of a company. Even though there are less than 50 employees in a company, HR managers are still required to be able to hire new employees, stand up for what’s right in the company, on behalf of their employees and aid whenever there’s a query or when needed.
HR departments play crucial roles in providing a sense of fairness and stability to the structure and rights of all employees within the company and must also be clued up about everything legal-wise to provide proper support where necessary.
The Roles and Responsibilities of HR Managers
When HR managers enter a new or growing company, they need to the agendas of their executive, as well as take care of administrative duties, which might include all the processing of paperwork and documentation within the company.
A Strategic Partner for Management
Being an HR manager comes with a lot of hard work and responsibilities, as they literally must provide their employees with a handbook to what’s right/ allowed and what’s wrong according to law. They also must take note of management and ensure that those in charge are doing everything ethically, as well as provide them with guidance as per what’s ethical and not.
The Responsibility of Transforming a Company
Having the power to employ individuals is a major privilege. Even if it does require a lot of responsibility, HR managers are choosing individuals who according to their line of expertise, fit job descriptions.
Since they have the power to do so and enhance a company’s growth by doing so, they must choose wisely and find people who are driven for their roles, as well as the well-being and growth of the company.
Planning and Development
Serving as a strategic partner for a company, HR managers will participate in the development and execution of corporate objectives. They have the responsibility to align their work in business, with the result being, to achieve company goals.
It also allows them to understand organisational activities and what it takes to sustain the growth of a company.
Providing Employees with Career Assistance and Guidance
HR managers will conduct evaluations for staff members and in doing so, help employees advance their career, as well as point them in the right direction to be able to do so.
When it comes to seeking guidance or having problems at work, employees must also feel comfortable to talk to HR managers about anything work-related. HR managers must acknowledge the responsibility of advising employees within the company, as well as their superiors.