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An Online HR Portal Knowledgebase can deliver significant advantage for employees and employers. But did you know that a best-in-class managed online HR Knowledgebase typically costs between 50-70% less than building and maintaining an in-house static HR portal? This video case study demonstrates how you can leverage SharePoint to get an HR Portal up and running fast and cost-effectively. Benefits achieved through integrating a SaaS-based HR Knowledgebase with SharePoint include: significant cost savings in maintenance alone, faster deployments, greater employee engagement, robust personalization, 24 x 7 access outside the corporate firewall, improved operational usability, and greatly reduced internal resource demands over in-house solutions.
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Pre-built HR Portal Transcript: In less than four minutes, we're going to show you the top three competitive advantages of integrating the power of SharePoint with a pre-built SaaS-based HR knowledgebase:
Competitive Advantage Number One: Leveraging SharePoint's portal and collaboration strength with a Best-in-Class, SaaS-based HR knowledgebase gets your HR portal online faster, puts personalized information into employees' hands, and is easier for HR/IT to maintain.
Most in-house employee portals have low employee adoption because information is too difficult to find -- searching returns limited results, static PDFs, and fragmented communications. The result? Employees give up and call HR.
By leveraging the SharePoint strength of a corporate portal, combined with a vendor-maintained cloud HR knowledgebase, you can organize, contextualize and personalize the information to engage employees. And, this winning combination allows you to extend the portal beyond the corporate firewall, making HR essentially 24/7.
While SharePoint offers key strengths, it also brings with it challenges to HR management that can be both resolved and enhanced by integration with a knowledgebase:
These include time to build, maintenance, content management, searchability, personalization, security, and availability outside the firewall.
Further benefits of complementing your SharePoint with a cloud HR knowledgebase include: a single infrastructure with a cloud application single sign-on (SSO), collaboration tools such as community meeting, etc., and a customizable view
Competitive Advantage Number Two: Complementing SharePoint with a Pre-Built Cloud HR Knowledgebase literally adds 3 dimensions of operational usability:
The First Dimension shows Subjects: HR is more complex than what the common in-house portal allows. Benefits, policies, training, pay performance, and other aspects need to be considered and combined into one arena. The Second Dimension identifies Roles: Key players, such as the HR manager, employees, and Customer Service Rep are represented in the multi-dimensional HR model. The Third Dimension depicts Regions: In a global organization, you need to consider multiple languages, customs, regulations, and laws. A Best-in-Class solution provides major APIs specifically for SharePoint.
Competitive Advantage Number Three: How IT Works. An online, pre-built knowledgebase works within Sharepoint and is accessed by a web-based portal, unifying all HR self-services in a single interface and sign-on, and has the ability to aggregate as well as escalate search criteria.
With a traditional corporate portal, detailing activities and resources/people for completing tasks would require a web designer, a programmer, SMEs, a benefits programmer, etc. Your IT staff would have to sit down and map out thousands of combinations for targeting a given employee's situation, for example, an employee who is having a baby.
With an online HR Knowledgebase , the architecture is already set up. Richer, more targeted search results are achieved by Meta tags and optimization, giving contextualization to any employee's personal situation.
Depending on employee size and modules, a best-in-class, managed, online Knowledgebase typically costs 50-70% less than building and maintaining a static, HR portal database.
But building isn't the end of it. A SaaS solution requires far fewer of your company's resources once it's built, by configuring, delivering and maintaining extensive pre-built HR content, providing a highly-configurable, HR-specific platform with pre-built templates, information architecture, and search optimization, and investing in ongoing R&D and leveraging best practices from an extensive user community.
Having developed partnerships with all major HRMS and self-service vendors, a SaaS solution uses adapters for dynamic passing of indicative data and hundreds of pre-mapped touchpoints.