Our product and strategy director Paul Sparkes appeared on the ‘big screen’, when he was interviewed about the subject of HR technology.
The debate in question took place as part of The Yorkshire Post’s Business Talk TV series, filmed only a couple of miles away from our own HQ in Leeds city centre.
The YP’s deputy business editor Greg Wright quizzed Paul about the role that HR software has in enhancing organisations’ people management effectiveness.
With less than 3 months to go until the new GDPR legislation is in place, light reading on the subject matter is simply not enough to become compliant. That’s why we’ve put together a FREE GDPR webinar, to guide you through the ins and outs of this new law and how intuitive HR software can help.
Established legal practice Brethertons Solicitors LLP is one of the largest law firms in the Oxfordshire and Warwickshire areas.
Keen to uphold its Investors in People Gold standards, Brethertons sought a trusted HR and payroll software partner to ensure the delivery of outstanding personnel services and support the company’s long-term growth plans.
Technology can play a major role in attracting and retaining skilled young workers who expect to have a say in how a company is run, a major roundtable event was told. The debate heard that intelligent use of technology can make companies more attractive to millennials, who are more likely to leave a firm and join a rival if they feel their voice is not being heard.
Software can also help managers tackle problems such as absenteeism and also ensure workers at all levels understand the company’s long-term goals.
While artificial intelligence (AI) technology is widely believed to be a game-changer, not least in functions such as HR and payroll, it is usually talked about in a large company context.
So to get a perspective on what this software is likely to mean for small-to-medium-sized enterprises, our tech expert Denis Barnard has been talking to a range of vendors in the space, starting with Oliver Shaw, chief executive of HR and payroll software supplier, Cascade HR.
Did you know that having HR software can help businesses of all sizes with GDPR regulations, such as having a central place for holding and controlling employee records, and ensuring that personal information is up to date through employee self-service?
Self-service can empower your workforce to manage the tasks that take up so much of HR’s time, and since GDPR is all about how you manage data you hold on individuals - what better time to join the self-service revolution!
Are you ready for GDPR data regulations? It’s no secret that the General Data Protection Regulation is due to come in to force on the 25th May, replacing the current Data Protection Act 1998. But what will happen if you fail to comply? It’s likely you’ll want to avoid fines of up to €20 million or 4% of your businesses annual turnover.
To help you understand the key factors that could affect your business, we’ve put together some information on this new legislation and how you can prepare for its impact.
Are you looking for increased HR functionality? Do you have less than 100 employees? If so then, our easy to use, self-service HR software could be the solution you’ve been searching for!
Our easy-to-use HR software from an ISO 27001 and 9001 accredited supplier is designed to reduce HR admin and help law firms manage their workforce more efficiently.
CascadeGo allows you to spend less time managing complicated day-to-day admin and associated tasks, and has a UK-only data hosting service.
Intelligent Office UK (IO), the leading support services provider to UK law firms, has been appointed by major US law firm Shearman & Sterling, to deliver reprographic, mail, courier and records management services to its London office.
The contract commenced on 1st January 2018 and saw a number of employees TUPE transfer from the incumbent service provider to IO.
Rachel McCorry, CEO at IO said the following about the win,