The adoption of HRIS in organizations
Is the HRIS well adopted/accepted by all users?
This White Paper, in collaboration with the HRIS Master’s program at the University of Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne, uses the testimonies of HR and HRIS professionals to answer this question.
It analyzes the obstacles to HRIS adoption, with a focus by HRIS domain.
In addition, you will discover best practices and solutions to be implemented during your projects.
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To address this issue, 20 HR and HRIS professionals testify in the White Paper:
A solution is adopted when it becomes a natural part of an employee’s, manager’s or HR member of staff’s daily life, when it is no longer imposed but is taken for granted.
Adoption means providing daily support. It means making sure that the user’s understanding of the tools is as good as possible, and making sure that we communicate better on certain subjects.
The HRIS is very much appreciated because it provides strong added value to the teams, managers and HR employees (follow-up, relations between people). It’s more fluid, more professiona