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April 2015 HR Technology news

By / May 7, 2015 / / 0 Comments

April has come to an end, but that does not mean there hasn’t been a lot of interesting news in the last month. HR Technology Survey The 5th Australian HR Technology Survey is now open! Take the survey now at: http://NavigoResearch.com.au/HRTechSurvey With the growth of cloud technology and rapid advances in best-of-breed systems, the HR Tech […]

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2014 HR Technology Conference Wrap Up

By / October 18, 2014 / / 1 Comment

I’ve been back from the 17th Annual HR Technology Conference for a week now and had time to reflect. First up congratulations to Steve Boese and his team for putting on such a great event. If you can afford the trip in 2015 it is certainly something to try and get onto your agenda. As […]

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March 2014 HR Technology News

By / March 28, 2014 / / 0 Comments

Welcome to the March 2014 edition of our monthly news.   As usual, there is plenty going on in HR Technology. Partnerships Disruptive task-based work provider AirTasker announced during the month that its task runners are now covered by a “$20 million public liability insurance policy for third party injury and property damage and covers community members […]

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November HR Technology News

By / November 29, 2013 / / 0 Comments

As we come to the end of the year there is lots of HR Technology news from Australia, New Zealand and abroad. Software Releases SuccessFactors launched their November 2013 quarterly release  covering many new features. A few highlights include – new mobile onboarding, redesigned succession planning career worksheets, eLearning delivery in an offline mode, enhanced […]

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October HR Technology News

By / October 31, 2013 / / 0 Comments

Welcome to this month’s update on HR Technology news from Australia, New Zealand and abroad. HR Technology Conference October saw the running of the 16th Annual HR Technology Conference in Las Vegas. Attended by over 8,000 people from 30 countries the event is the largest gathering of HR Technology professional. Read our wrap up on […]

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July 2013 Australian HR Tech News

By / July 29, 2013 / / 1 Comment

Welcome to this month’s update on HR Technology news from Australia, New Zealand and abroad. Payroll Activities We all know new versions of software sometimes contain bugs or features that while work as intended don’t meet the needs of the business process they were designed to support. According to David Williams over on ITWire, users of Sage MicrOpay’s […]

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May 2013 Australian HR Tech News

By / May 13, 2013 / / 0 Comments

Welcome to this month’s update on HR Technology news from Australia, New Zealand and abroad. Payroll Activities Australian payroll provider Talent2 has kept the troubled Novopay New Zealand public education deal after the government decided that going back to the previous Datacom platform was replacing one set of risks with another. Accounting firm Grant Thornton […]

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March 2013 Australian HR Tech News

By / April 11, 2013 / / 0 Comments

Here at Navigo Research we will be providing you with regular updates on HR Technology news from Australia, New Zealand and abroad. This will involve us covering events, press releases, general news items and even the odd book that we find as part of our day. Oracle PeopleSoft release A couple of weeks ago Oracle […]

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Customising your HRIS the right way

By / June 10, 2012 / , / 0 Comments

It's rare to be happy with out of the box functionality.

It’s a rare occurrence when an organisation is happy with out of the box HRIS functionality.

During implementation, it may be that HR/Payroll changed their practices to fit the features of the HRIS. But over the life of a system new information is required to be stored and processes change. The HRIS will need to be customised to meet these requests.

Knowing the right way to approach customising and extending the functionality of your HRIS is critical as the downstream impacts can be expensive and time consuming.

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