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Let's face it, even though it's 2012 and the recession technically ended in 2009, we're not out of the woods yet. If anything, this recession has made businesses of all sizes think critically about their processes and optimize their current resources to maximize efficiency.
HR processes are no exception. In fact, HR managers are under more scrutiny than ever before, and their goal in 2012 and beyond will be to ensure processes such as recruiting, on-boarding, payroll, performance reviews, vacation request, etc. are efficiently managed and measured.
The truth is, processes are implemented differently from one organization to another and packaged HR applications are both costly to acquire and implement as well as constrained in flexibility. In addition, the various processes are dependent upon other departments and systems.
Human resources processes need to be measured in a methodical manner to not only drive value of the department, but also to deliver accountability and ensure solid governance. BPM can help.
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