We've been talking for years about how it's important that your core HRIS, your talent management, and your applicant tracking systems are integrated into one software suite. So today the team at TribeHR is super excited to announce that now you can integrate all of these HR processes with your accounting, enterprise resource planning, customer relationship management, and eCommerce systems, too. The launch of the new TribeHR SuiteApp for NetSuite customers now makes it possible for thousands of businesses worldwide to experience social HR in the cloud platform they've come to know and love.
As Joseph put it, “We’re excited to be a NetSuite SuiteCloud Developer Network partner and to develop the first end-to-end HR solution designed specifically for NetSuite customers. The TribeHR SuiteApp brings a whole new set of capabilities to NetSuite customers, allowing them to not only gain greater insight into their organization, but giving them the critical tools needed to motivate, retain and engage one of their most valuable assets—their employees."
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2012 was a busy year for HR technology. From acquisitions and controversies to IPOs and innovations, businesses the world over saw human resources software in the spotlight.
With a busy 2013 already underway, it can be easy to forget how significant 2012 truly was. If you’re going to remember just ten key events, let these be them:January
All photos by Masakazu Matsumoto.
After an unremarkable few years in the wake of 2008’s economic collapse, SAP finally hit the big one late in 2011, announcing the acquisition of SuccessFactors for $3.4B (the deal would go on to close in February 2012), and relaying that
Technology is the lifeblood of business and commerce, running entire organizations and keeping employees in touch with one another in real-time, every day. Digital connections in particular are vital in the workplace, as they prevent common problems like verbal miscommunications and lost paperwork.
Aside from their valiant ability to transcend mumbling and papercuts, tech-enabled connections also quickly get your workforce on the same page for projects, campaigns, and other goals.
Making friends at the office is a daunting prospect, but an important one for new employees. A recent studyfound that morale and productivity increased up to 25% when regular groups formed
In highly competitive industries, C-suite executives rely on communities of employees who are dedicated to success for the enterprise and energized by opportunities to solve difficult problems. In these organizations, there are countless ways for human resource professionals to play vital roles, from sustaining corporate culture, to building an HR brand that provides value across departments, and even implementing and supporting user-friendly corporate communications systems.
It takes more than a suit for HR to show value. Flickr/SCA
The best human resource managers in the world are filling critical new roles in leading knowledge-based organizations throughout the global market. But
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Some software tools are targeted exclusively at managers, while others offer solutions that are specially designed as HR employee software. Such systems empower employees to carry out HR-related tasks independently. They’re
Human Resource managers throughout Canada are becoming increasingly aware of the benefits of investing in HR systems and software as they strive to develop their workforces. The value derived from using top HRMS software, and especially talent management software, cannot be understated.
With so much tech develop restricted to the United States, and especially Silicon Valley, many Canadian businesses fail to recognize that there are powerful, locally-developed HR solutions. Canada’s leading HR management software vendors, TribeHR among them, have investment millions of dollars into local economies, from New Brunswick to Waterloo to Vancouver and beyond. Canadian-made human resources software
Successful businesses leverage their supportive environments and employee relationships to promote productivity. We hear about this all the time. But there’s also really solid data to back it up.
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So employee engagement can directly cause a shift in profits and share prices. The
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How to Know When Your HR Needs More Help
Once you’ve figured out what roles your company needs to fill, you create a job description, post it to a few job boards, screen with cover letters and resumes, interview by phone and in-person, then hire the perfect candidate. Simple, right?
Wrong. Dead wrong. If you’re only hiring for entry-level or low-skill positions, you might be able to squeak by with the bare minimum. But even then, you’re probably neglecting past applicants, people who speak English as a second (or seventh) language, the recent-grad market, walk-ins, referrals, headhunters,
With his feet carefully set at the razor edge of the diving board, his face fills with intense concentration. Sitting in the stands, you can see him take one last deep and focused breath before springing into action. His body rises, seeming almost to hover in the air before gliding down in graceful arcs and spins executed with masterful precision, finally slipping silently into the water with a nearly invisible splash.
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