Whether you are installing a new shelf or fixing a leaky pipe, it’s important to have the tools you need to get the job done. While hammers, wrenches, and pliers are all obvious choices when filling up your household toolbox, it can be a little bit harder to determine what professional tools you need to do your job. Whether you are installing a new product or procedure or giving your HRM solution a tune-up, ASUG’s HR Community is the Home Depot of human resources. Here are some highlights to help you get started on your next project.
Compliance Reporting in Employee Central – Safety first! Before you start any project or implementation, it’s important to know exactly what the risks and requirements are. Check out this discussion for some HR best practices that will keep your business running smoothly and out of the compliance ER.
Handling Document Management with SAP® SuccessFactors Suite® – Some neighborly advice can go a long way, so let’s help out our HR “neighbors” by sharing the different ways documents can be managed with SAP SuccessFactors. While I may use a hammer and nail, you might use a drill and screw, and together we can see what works and what doesn’t―just with HCM solutions, rather than replacing a coat hook.
Upcoming HR Meetings, Webcasts, and Events – Gone are the days of simply “reading the manual” to finish a project. We can now scour the web for easier, better, and safer ways to do things. From how-tos on checking the oil in your car to makeup tutorials on YouTube, the web is filled with different forms of education on countless topics. Take a look at this list of upcoming webcasts and events for HR professionals somewhere in between your next WebMD diagnosis and cute cat video.
Affordable Health Care Act: Review of SAP’s Solution for Information Reporting for Employer-Sponsored Coverage and Minimum Essential Coverage – Have you ever tried to put together ready-made furniture, perhaps of the Swedish variety? The pictures seem pretty black-and-white―literally―but when screws go missing and pieces get put on backwards the process can be really frustrating. Luckily for you, you aren’t left with just a manual when putting together a way to handle information reporting on health care coverage. The HR Community (and this webcast) are here to guide you through the process.
There you have it for this week’s recap! Have a great weekend, explore some HR content, and while you’re at it, fix that leaky faucet or loose cabinet door … if you have the right tools.
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