Smooth communication between HR and employees
Employee services are as old as HR itself. Every HR department offers services – even if they are not always perceived as services. No wonder that there is a great deal of potential in optimizing administrative HR processes. Our employee services turn your HR into a perfect service provider for your employees, and your department into an important hub in the company.
If employees are dissatisfied with HR, it is usually for one reason: they are not getting the information they need quickly enough. Lack of efficiency in administration can have a variety of causes: Forms are sent back and forth, responsibilities are not clear, and spontaneous, unschedulable requests are received. Questions can also arrive via various channels, and this increases the administrative effort.
Employees know to whom they can send their requests and get the information they need more quickly.
Processes are clearly depicted and employees know how much time HR needs for their individual requests.
The centralization of all HR service processes simplifies communication, coordination and request management.
Stored reporting systems allow the HR department to continually improve its request management.
Digital HR administration simplifies routine HR work. It reduces costs, increases the satisfaction of your HR team and improves internal communication.
A modern HR service architecture is built on flexible roles and responsibilities.
The right software accelerates your employee services. HR Campus provides you with the right HR software products with benefits that include the following:
With our HR Services, we take the load off your HR exactly where it make sense to you: Select a software-as-a-service (SaaS) solution and we will sort out a worry-free software-service package for the HR aspect you require. Or you can outsource one or more HR activities completely to us – we call it Business Services.
With HR People, we also offer you HR experts in the area of Employee services who can support your team in the short, medium and long term: Illness or long-term absences, a lack of specialist know-how or the bridging of personnel bottlenecks.