On the CatalystOne blog we cover subjects regarding HR technology, HR systems, HR processes, Performance & Talent Management and more.
As our society is being increasingly digitalised, we’re expected to always be connected and accessible. This can make it difficult to disconnect from work in time, and when we work from home to a greater extent than ever before, the lack of a clearly defined workplace also blurs the line between work and leisure. In other words, it has never been more difficult to distinguish between work and private life than it is right now. So how can you as an employer help your employees to have a healthy working life and achieve work-life balance?
Arribatec, a global supplier of ERP and Payroll solutions, and CatalystOne, one of the leading Scandinavian suppliers of HR-systems, have partnered up to form a technological alliance to provide a complete, scalable solution to digitalise and automate business processes across disciplines such as HR, ERP and Payroll.
The pandemic has pushed the gas pedal to the floor in many ways when it comes to how we work. We have seen remote working and all that it entails – namely the digitilisation of processes and tasks – being pushed through at record speed. But how has this panned out so far for HR processes?
If you didn't know who Simone Biles was before the 2021 Tokyo Olympics you probably do now. A celebrated American great of all time (affectionately known as GOAT in the US), Biles made headlines across the globe this season for what she didn’t do as opposed to what she did.
Does the term Performance Management fill you with dread or anxiety? Or maybe as a manager it makes you sigh and frown at the thought of another awkward sitting with one of your team? For some years now Performance Management methods have been deemed dated, burdensome, and of low value. But the waves of change that followed the recent Covid-19 pandemic may have forced a positive shift, and a new blueprint, to a process that many had considered broken.
Every organisation knows (or should do) that employees are its greatest asset. Every HR manager wants to support the business by delivering great people-related vision, strategy, and processes across the company. But managing this asset is no small task as no two employees are the same and a business’ needs inevitably change as it develops and grows. So what can HR teams and their organisations do to succeed?