Recruiting, leave requests, appraisals, approvals and employee feedback are some of the workflows typical human resource management (HRM) department deals with. All of these HR workflows involve multiple department approvals. Also, system entries, communication channels and documents. As a result, human resource management becomes lengthy and expensive.
In addition to this, it is very common that employees don’t follow established operating procedures and complete required tasks. That is, with regards to how they are supposed to complete them. Subsequently, leaving the organisation with unstructured and ad-hoc task management.
Automating these processes can increase productivity, cut costs significantly and eliminate bottlenecks. Simply, by making these scenarios easy to manage. Continue reading “5 common HR scenarios Business Process Management can benefit”