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How SharePoint Fulfils HR Requirements

by Tech Geekk writer
Human Resources, unlike popular notions, isn’t merely about sitting behind a desk and organizing a Christmas party every year. It is a decidedly complicated endeavor — complex far beyond what the layman may be able to comprehend. It is further intensified in the face of the recent slew of challenges HR has had to face: Boosting employee retention rate, looking for qualified candidates, improving employee retention rates, and quite a lot more. All these factors, together, have driven the need for HR to embrace modern solutions — solutions like SharePoint.

Now, one may ask, how can a collaborative platform possible to assist and facilitate HR-related endeavors? Hear us out — a SharePoint based HR portal has a lot to offer. Starting from smooth management of employee database and storing HR documents to keeping an eye on the training of employees, executing evaluations, and automating onboarding, this platform can lend much valuable assistance to this aspect of a company’s operations. Since it is a ‘one-stop-shop’, SharePoint HR portal also enables access to resources such as forms, policies, documents, and more to relevant members of the staff. And before you ask, no, these are not the only benefits of using SharePoint for HR. So, listed below are some of the other compelling advantages it provides to the HR department.

  1. Seamless collaboration: The concept that drives modern HR solutions is that collaboration in this context isn’t restricted to just the HR department. Today, as cooperation has been rendered a company-wide functionality and requirement, SharePoint delivers a platform that is highly conducive for collaboration among employees across departments. What this means is that employees can directly access all the requisite information and data instead of relying on HR personnel for it.
  2. Integrated Microsoft Office: Everyone agrees that Microsoft Office suite is highly sought after, yes? You know why? Because of the value, it adds to operations. To that end, SharePoint comes integrated with MS Office products such as PowerPoint, Word, Excel, Outlook, and more. It means that essential data is automatically synced and uploaded across the appropriate tools.
  3. Enhanced Return on Investment (ROI): First, given the many novel solutions, such as MS Office and other third-party solutions, being already integrated, what you get is a full-fledged SharePoint ecosystem. As a result, companies don’t have to spend additional monetary resources to access other HR solutions. Put that together with the fact that SharePoint’s subscription plans are mighty affordable and what you get is massive levels of cost efficiency as well as an impressive return on investment.
  4. High levels of security: Security is critical for HR operations. And with SharePoint, companies gain the ability to manage permissions based on a variety of filters, such as designation, user groups, and more.

The above discussion amply elucidates and verifies just how robust a solution the SharePoint HR system is. With it, you will be able to manage onboarding, monitor employee requests, oversee information, and so much more!

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