As Friday 2nd April is Good Friday, the monthly Helpdesk Team meeting will now be held on Friday 16th April.
With the corporate bonus culture under fire and productivity top of boardroom agendas, effective performance management is once again a business priority across the public and private sector. Yet many organisations measure and manage performance in a piecemeal way, often held back by inadequate infrastructure and the limitations of their performance metrics.
We’re just about to launch our all new Online Support area, to better support our Clients in using their systems, and we wanted to give you a quick sneak preview of what’ll be included when it launches!
The Online Support Homepage
The new Online Support homepage contains the most recent Training & Support articles that CIP have published, updates on the latest Training & Support news and acts as a hub to access all our “How Can I?” articles, Interactive Training Tutorials, Training Videos, Training Calendar and Report Downloads.
The Computers In Personnel Helpdesk will close at 3.30pm on Feb 25th (Thurs) for a Team Meeting. Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience this may cause. All messages will be responded to when the Helpdesk re-opens at 9.00am on Feb 26th (Fri).
How can Ciphr best meet your Organisation’s needs?
On this free event for supported Clients, we’ll look at how you can produce valuable management information directly from Ciphr and exploit the full potential of your system.
Following the success of our November 2009 event, Computers In Personnel will be running another free Managers Overview event following a similar theme. The aim of this event is to enable you to view the full extent of the system’s capabilities and understand how the solution can best be exploited, thereby supporting you and your team in a more effective manner. This will enable you to gain the maximum benefit from your solution and add true value to your organisation.
Endemic talent shortages, challenging economic conditions, the rapid growth of web-based recruiting and opportunities in social media are combining to bring about significant change in the way organisations go about recruiting. From adopting techniques used by sales and marketing teams to assessing the business case for investment in web and other technologies, HR managers face a wide range of issues as they look to build an effective talent acquisition strategy.
The Ciphr family of HR, absence and recruitment solutions are a popular choice amongst leading UK museums and galleries.
Join us for an online demonstration of our solutions designed to meet your specific needs. Our online demonstrations take just 30-45 minutes, and include the opportunity to ask any questions you might have.
UK organisation’s are currently operating on minimal staffing levels, but the need for compliance and efficiency will still be as critical as ever. However, most will admit that they persevere with systems that have been inherited or changed over the years, resulting in a poor level of integration between critical business applications.
Often, each solution will operate entirely standalone, with no simple means of exchanging important information with other systems. This naturally increases the workload on departments such as HR and Payroll, who must duplicate data entry – leading to great losses in both time and effort.
Download Employee Self-Service Papers
“The Business Case for Implementing Employee Self-Service” PDF
This Briefing Paper explores the business case for investing in employee and manager self-service, from the widely-anticipated efficiency gains for HR functions, line managers and individual employees to the broader business benefits that come from better access to information. It also addresses the challenges organisations face as they attempt to roll out self-service.
If you haven’t arrived directly from our absence landing page, please view it here!
Download Absence Management Information:
CIPD Absence Survey: This absence survey, published annually by the CIPD, highlights in detail the most common and problematic sources of sickness absence recorded throughout the UK – and includes information on the best means to tackle these.