Case study

Intuity Technologies

"HRLocker has streamlined and automated our HR processes."

Intuity Technologies, who are they and what are their specialities?

Intuity is a technology company with headquarters in Galway. They provide cybersecurity services with the intention to provide professional support to their clients.
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Intuity Technologies Case Study

Automatisation of HR Processes with HRLocker

The Advantages

Intuity Technologies was looking for an HR tech solution that would automatise their HR processes and help manage their employees. HRLocker helped them to do that.

“HRLocker allowed our company to automate our HR processes across the board from recruitment, CPD, leave management, performance reviews to onboarding.”

HRLocker Helps You Focus on What Really Matters

The Advantages

The automatisation of HR tasks decreased considerably the admin workload. Saving time on tasks like leave management, increased the productivity of the company overall.

“HRLocker has freed up so much of our managers’ and HR teams’ time allowing them to focus on other value add projects.”

Intuity Technologies Case Study
Intuity Technologies Case Study

Great HR Software for Growing Businesses

Features Update

HRLocker HR Software never stops developing to offer its clients the best solution for their company and its employees.

“The system is improving all the time with new features and functionality which is exactly what a growing company needs.”

Frequently Asked Questions about HRLocker

How do you implement HR software in a small business?

There are a few things you need to do to implement software in your small business to ensure its success:

  1. Migrate data: Bring in your employee data from whatever you’re currently using, whether it be Excel or paper-based records. HRLocker does this for you as part of our free implementation service.
  2. Understand the tool: Get a proper onboarding with the tool’s customer support team to understand how to make the most of the platform.
  3. Train employees: Give your employees the support they need to understand the platform and incorporate it into their daily tasks.
  4. Customise the platform: Modify workflows and make adjustments so the software fits the needs of your business.
  5. Monitor usage: Track how much your employees are using the tool to ensure you’re getting value out of it.
What HR software does a small business need?

A small business needs HR software that can automate and simplify essential HR processes. Plus, a small business needs a self-service, customisable solution with a centralised employee database, as well as a strong customer support team that can get them up to speed with the platform.

Is HR relevant in a remote work environment?

Yes, HR is extremely important to remote working teams. Key HR responsibilities in a remote work environment include:

  • Adapting policies and procedures to accommodate remote work
  • Implementing remote-friendly recruitment, onboarding and training processes
  • Providing support for mental health, wellness and work-life balance
  • Ensuring clear communication channels
  • Overseeing performance management and offering growth and development opportunities for remote employees
  • Addressing legal and compliance issues specific to employees in different jurisdictions
What are typical HR issues with remote work?

Some HR challenges with remote work include:

  • Engaging employees with the company culture and their colleagues
  • Managing communication when people work in different  time zones
  • Tracking and evaluating employee performance without direct supervision or in-person interactions
  • Managing compliance in line with laws and regulations across regions
  • Ensuring remote employees follow best practices to protect sensitive company information

The best way to resolve these issues is by investing in a HR software like HRLocker that helps you with processes like leave management, performance management, recruitment and onboarding, training and development, and allocating TOIL.