Human resources

1. Job applicants and recruitment projects can be followed in the system. The system can help in the selection and interview scheduling process, and also maybe in providing a valuable database of potentially good people. This saves on administrative costs and makes sure no applicant is missed. It can also provide the base for insightful statistics.

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2. Certificate and document details can be followed in the system, based on which it can generate expiration notifications and could help finding the right person for a certain job more easily. This saves on administrative costs and helps avoid fines or unscheduled, last-minute waiting periods.

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3. An integrated system with well aligned work flows will make job frustration less common and increases productivity. This means a more contented workforce. This can mean considerable savings on payslips and less fluctuation. As the recruitment and training of new staff are very expensive, decreasing fluctuation adds to the bottom line.

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4. It is possible in many cases to “engrave” into the system best-practice workflows, data-based knowledge or instructions, user guides and online training materials. This will not just guard the company’s knowledge capital but will save costs on training and saves time.

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5. The system can follow holiday requests and manage their approval processes. It can also help the company plan for and manage the effect of overlapping requests, possibly causing serious bottlenecks in workflow. This can save money on avoided or well-managed lost production or service capacity.

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6. Easy-to-use timers or job report functionality can be built into the system, making it easier for staff to report what projects, jobs, etc they spent their time with. This saves on administrative costs and can help with client time invoicing, financial controlling calculations and internal profit centre cost allocations.

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7. With objective-based jobs the system can provide up-to-date and objective feedback and assessment to staff. This helps aligning interests which can lead to huge savings in wasted work time. This also reduces pressure on mid-management who can then concentrate more on mentoring rather than controlling and confronting.

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Contents

Section 1

Department-specific benefits

Section 4

Change Management

Section 2

Restructuring benefits

Section 5

System-related operational risks

Section 3

Modelling

Section 6

Interconnectedness
of systems

Section 7

Other system gains