How does it work?
Our approach requires us to understand in detail what are we talking about, where do we start from. We listen to the client, ask questions, identify weak points, offer suggestions for solutions. Only when all the unknowns are clear, we move on to implementation.
Based on business analysis and HR audit results, advice is provided, and recommendations are made to configure and optimize workflows. We discuss the adaptation and implementation of the HR application in the client's working parameters, to best meet his specific needs. Various aspects are considered here, including the size of the company and the peculiarities of the industry.
HR audit begins with the discussion of our business analyst with the client's representatives, generally the HR manager and HR specialists, along with the dedicated project manager. The key elements of the internal human resource management process are identified. Then, the HR processes are completed through a HR process mapping.
The Sincron HR Software representative at this stage is an experienced business analyst who understands precisely the customer's business needs, translating them into technical language. It plays a key role in understanding the business's subtleties and how they will impact the configuration and implementation of the software.
The deliverable of the HR audit phase and HR process design is the implementation sheet. With this document validated and agreed on by both parties, the customization or implementation of the HR software is moving forward.
HR MANAGER BENEFITS
In general, the HR audit has the role of objectively verifying current HR practices, documentation, policies and procedures specific to the organization's human resources system. It helps identifying the needs for improvement and evolution of the HR function.
The HR audit from Sincron HR Software focuses on HR workflows and processes in the company and how they blend together. It identifies the potential for optimization of these processes, bottlenecks, redundant aspects, risk areas and uncovered areas. It also guides the organization in maintaining compliance with ever-changing rules and regulations.
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