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Data Protection – What Requirements must be met by the Cloud?

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The new European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will enter into force on 25 May 2018. Particularly affected is the human resources sector, where the processing of the personal data protected by the new regulation is largely concerned. We have already written about this in our last post about Data Privacy. What must be considered when introducing a new software? Which requirements does the system have to fulfill?

When does the DSVGO apply?

The aim of the new European Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is to standardize European data protection law. The law brings far-reaching changes, especially for HR. From May 25, 2018, the specifications are binding.… Continue

Cloud Versus On Premise – The Myths Of The Cloud

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Cloud solutions have long been laughed at as a transient trend. Quite different than On-premise tools. That has changed. The data cloud is gaining more and more followers, both in the private and business sector. The cloud has also been part of everyday life in personnel management for a long time. What are the pros and cons, which myths surround the cloud and what should be considered when introducing a cloud software?

Cloud versus On-Premise: Where are the differences?

Cloud computing, to sum it up is the provision of software over the Internet. The application is hosted in a data center and made available to the user via an encrypted connection.… Continue

Digitalization in HR – that’s mobile and flexible

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With smartphone and tablet a lot has changed in everyday life. For example, the office with the digital helpers is now portable and accessible from everywhere. Also in Human Resources Management.

Mobile HR: HR departments can not refuse 

The signs of today are about mobility. Increasingly, HR processes are also managed by smartphone. Not only in recruiting does mobile HR management meanwhile contribute to greater efficiency.

The application areas range from master data maintenance, mobile absence management, communication tasks, document management, the creation of work plans, time recording, release and approval processes to contract management. All this can now be done on the go.… Continue

How time tracking works in the digital world

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The digitization of the working world is progressing at a rapid pace and thus there should be always new trends to make the job easier. The focus is now on intelligent work and new ways of working more efficiently and independently are constantly being sought. Especially as a result of globalization, location-independent work is becoming increasingly important. The time recording has therefore evolved and adapted to the needs. In the meantime, hardly any companies have opted for mobile time recording. But what benefits does digital time recording bring and how can the working world of the future be revolutionized by elements such as the clock-in clock-out function?… Continue

Digital Employee Management for SME’s – Administration is that simple.

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Too often, human resources are not yet the highest priority in small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). Not because the importance is underestimated but because of a lack of resources. Especially in the age of digitization, it is particularly important that companies also switch to online processes. This can be changed.

Massive lack of resources in HR departments

In very small companies, most of the time, the CEO personally takes care of all Human Resource Management topics – along with all his other tasks. In larger companies, there is an organized HR management. However, it is usually a one man or woman department. … Continue

Employee Self Service: The big win for HR.

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A study by Kienbaum proves: HR needs more time. Instead of being able to work strategically, HR professionals spend a large part of their day on administrative tasks. More than 39 percent of HR processes in German HR departments are attributable to administrative duties. Here, employee self-service portals and digital processes could bring enormous relief.

HR lacks the time to set the course for Industry 4.0

It’s a vicious circle: While HR professionals spend a lot of their time in bulky Excel spreadsheets, they have to do quite a different job. The changing world of work is in full swing, and in most areas, routine work is done by the computer.… Continue