4 HRMS Providers That Are Doing Social the Right Way

Are you ready for social HRMS? Do you know what it’s about and the benefits it can bring? If you’re starting to look for a new HRMS solution which includes social HRMS, here are some ideas about the types of solutions that are currently on the market and the functionality that is available.

1) Groups, Collaborative Discussions and Facebook-like Interaction at PowWowHR

PowWowHR brings social collaboration into HR business processes by tying in HR folks to the processes they support. Gone are the days of forms, finding the right HR contact, and waiting for a reply. PowWowHR bundles it up all together so you can get your transaction done via the website and the appropriate HR contact is included and visible so that any issues can be handles. PowWowHR also offers collaborative technology options so that employees can connect with fellow employees quickly and easily to sort out any internal questions or concerns.

2) Public Recognition Wins at tribehr

Peer recognition is purported to be more of an impact than manager praise. Both are offered at tribehr’s HRMS in any event and even better, you can bring over any kudos to your personal facebook page. Managers are instantly notified of praise for an employee and as well recognition can be heralded with photos and for an entire team.

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3) Bitrix24 offers Blogging, a Photo Gallery and Chat

Bitrix24 is a smaller company, but they’re fully engaged on the social media front. Bitrix24 offer plenty of options to link to fellow employees and as well they’ve done some slick connections to enable connectivity of your employee directory to your smart phone. In addition, employees can make status updates similar to facebook or other social media statuses so that colleagues can step in and help with any work issues.

4) SilkRoad Offers Collaboration via Portals

Connection is key with SilkRoad. New employees are recommended to current staff while current employees are kept informed of job vacancies via their own portal. In addition, teams can interact and collaborate through their own space as well as engaging in crowdsourcing activities. Also, the talent profile is especially recognized as a means of information sharing and for employees to be able to further their careers.

There are many options for social HRMS, but one thing is certain, it’s here to stay.

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Heather Batyski

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Heather is an experienced HRMS analyst, consultant and manager. Having worked for companies such as Deloitte, Franklin Templeton and Oracle, Heather has first-hand experience of many HRMS solutions including Peoplesoft and Workday.

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