How to Create a Unified Employee Experience With Integrated HR Management

How to Create a Unified Employee Experience With Integrated HR Management

Find out how organisations are using integrated HR management to enable better employee experiences, reduce turnover, and enhance productivity.

The Great Resignation isn’t just an idea; it’s a real economic movement demonstrated by the fact that around a fifth of workers quit their jobs in 2022. Common reasons include low pay, a lack of opportunities for career advancement, and toxic workplaces – to name a few.

It’s high time for HR teams to step up their efforts to improve employee experiences. After all, employees are a company’s most valuable asset, making HR a strategically crucial business function. No longer can HR afford to focus solely on recruitment; they also need to think about employee engagement, productivity, and morale.

Modern HR management solutions serve to support employees throughout their tenure in an organisation by integrating functions like recruitment, onboarding, performance management, training, and career advancement. They’re deeply intertwined with employee experience or, more accurately in the age of remote and hybrid work, the digital employee experience (DEX).

Streamline human resources operations

In many ways, HR management is analogous to customer relationship management (CRM). That’s why forward-thinking HR teams think of their employees as internal customers whose experiences directly add value to the business. However, that’s not likely to happen if your HR operations are siloed across a multitude of different apps, teams, and processes.

One of the greatest benefits of an integrated approach to HR is that it takes into consideration the entire employee lifecycle from the moment of their first interview as a job applicant to the time they leave the company. By streamlining HR operations, businesses can deliver a better onboarding experience, support employees’ professional development, and simplify routine operations like applicant tracking and leave management.

Integrated HR management should also provide self-service functions that allow employees to access and manage their information, sign up for events and activities, track onboarding and training progress, and request leave – all without having to refer to the HR team. Not only will this reduce the workload on HR but it can also improve employee satisfaction by giving them more control over their information and the experience they have in your organisation.

Manage teams and locations consistently

Recruiting, managing, and retaining the best talent becomes exponentially more challenging as businesses grow. Not only is it harder to deliver a consistent employee experience across multiple departments and locations but remote and hybrid work adds even greater complexity. As a result, maintaining corporate culture is one of the most pressing concerns among managers of hybrid workplaces.

People working for large enterprises often complain about the disparity between teams. We’ve all heard of the common fears many employees have of being moved to a different department or location, one that has a reputation for low productivity and morale. However, with integrated employee management, HR leaders can ensure that all employees are treated fairly no matter where they work.

By creating and applying consistent, organization-wide policies and clearly communicating them to everyone, HR teams can create a culture of transparency and equitability. Moreover, with all employment-related information in one place, business leaders can make top-level decisions based on data-driven insights to continuously improve employee experience, reduce turnover, and maximise productivity.

C-PEOPLE is an HR management solution that helps organisations of all sizes better manage disparate teams and branches to improve the employee experience. Sign up for your 30-day trial today to see how it works.

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