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Using Content Management and Search Technologies to Prevent Blind Spots in Your HR Systems

Topic:
Using Content Management and Search Technologies to Prevent Blind Spots in Your HR Systems
Date:
September 5, 2012 at 11:00 - 12:00 PM ET
Presenters:
Kelly Keeton, Sales Solutions - HR(Perceptive Software)
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Description
Your HRIS serves as the hub for storing and managing a mass of employee information, such as benefit elections, personal data, salary, and tax information. In addition, many HR departments deploy additional applications to manage processes that are both task-oriented and document-intensive, such as recruiting, onboarding and performance reviews. While these additional solutions expedite those processes, the information they contain often isn’t accessible – or even visible ‒ from your HRIS.
In this presentation, you’ll learn how content management technology and high-performance search applications can increase the visibility of data and documents from various systems, allowing you to access information more easily and ensure compliance with employment law, privacy initiatives and other mandates.

Content management allows the integration of data and documents from various systems, giving HR professionals access to information from the HRIS and third-party applications, without switching back and forth between systems. This connectivity makes monitoring compliance and preparing for audits less time-consuming, yet preserves the security of confidential data by limiting access to authorized individuals.
High-performance enterprise search applications allow HR professionals to search across systems – including the HRIS, third-party HR applications, payroll systems, etc. -- to find the precise information they need. This functionality ensures access to the most relevant and up-to-date information, mitigating the risk of legal/regulatory compliance breaches. At the same time, any information gaps can also be quickly identified, further reducing any potential risk.

Used together or separately, these technologies can increase the visibility of the information contained in your HRIS and other HR solutions to advance compliance and mitigate risk.
Who Should Participate
HR managers and supervisors, HRMS/HRIS analysts, HR generalists
What You Will Learn
1. How to gain better intelligence, compliance and visibility to all of your HR systems, processes and documents, yet maintain security for confidential information. 2. How to link documents from the HRIS and other HR systems, such as applicant tracking, onboarding and performance management, to create a comprehensive electronic employee file that is accessible from any of these applications. 3. How to enable thorough system-wide search for employee documents and information that reside in HRIS, Sharepoint, payroll and other systems, and identify information or documentation gaps.
Recommended Resources
http://www.perceptivesoftware.com/, http://www.perceptivesoftware.com/images/PSI_SS_HR_Integration.pdf
Communities
Benefits
Human Resources Management
Staffing and Recruitment
Core HR: Payroll for HR and HRIS
Legal and Compliance - Managing Employer Risk
Recruitment Process Outsourcing
Online Staffing and Sourcing
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Perceptive Software

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Perceptive Software, a stand-alone business unit within Lexmark International, builds process and content management software, including search and intelligent data capture, to help organizations fuel greater operational efficiency.
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