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How to Crush GDPR Compliance like a Recruitment Superhero

Brian McDowell Longer Reads

Ensuring you have consent to hold CVs, making certain that staff have adequate awareness on privacy, conducting a data audit, regular data purging and safeguarding data storage standards with a reliable system supplier are the pillars of GDPR diligence for recruiters. Read on. You’ve got this!  You’re responsible for scaling a team in a successful organisation. The people you hire …

How to Crush GDPR Compliance like a Recruitment Superhero was last modified: April 18th, 2018 by Brian McDowell

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GDPR and HR

Brian McDowell Longer Reads

Some of the most topical questions we’re asked at the moment are understandably regarding HR and GDPR (General Data Protection Regulations). First of all its important to clarify that no HR or recruitment software solution will ensure you’re instantly Compliant on how you handle employee data – or manage consent. Outside of the integrity of the supplier and their security …

GDPR and HR was last modified: April 18th, 2018 by Brian McDowell

On Trial – how to maximise your HR software evaluation

Brian McDowell Longer Reads, Staff Posts, Videos

Rolling out some new HR software into a business can be quite an emotional decision for organisations of any size. Surprisingly, subscription cost is rarely an issue. But getting buy in from senior management, as well as staff that will use the Solution daily is vital. We deal with a lot of prospects in various stages of their journey to …

On Trial – how to maximise your HR software evaluation was last modified: March 26th, 2018 by Brian McDowell

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Absence Management Software – Why You Need it

Brian McDowell Longer Reads, Staff Posts, Videos

Managing and monitoring staff absence sucks a lot of time from HR departments or those responsible for People Management, especially in small businesses. When the busy summer holiday months come around, or when winter and back-to-school bugs tear through your headcount, you need something to make life easier and ensure your team get timely, accurate responses and that have a …

Absence Management Software – Why You Need it was last modified: September 15th, 2017 by Brian McDowell

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HR Software for Small Businesses

Adam Coleman CEO HR Points of View, Longer Reads

Managing employees is expensive. But looking after your most important assets is vital. However the cost of managing people is relatively much higher in small businesses. Small businesses often don’t have enough budget to pay for ‘expensive‘ HR software. And even the more affordable online HR solutions are still a large investment. Opportunity Lost But it’s not just the license …

HR Software for Small Businesses was last modified: March 26th, 2018 by Adam Coleman

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Small Business Sense – The Case for HR Systems

Adam Coleman CEO HR Points of View, Longer Reads

The cost of managing people in a small business is relatively much, much higher than it is at enterprise-level, so arguably HR software delivers more value in a more compact organisation. Plus the rules, regulations and the amount of ‘STUFF’ that small to medium sized (SME) business owners need to do to stay on top of things these days is increasing …

Small Business Sense – The Case for HR Systems was last modified: August 16th, 2017 by Adam Coleman

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A Newbies View on the HR Software Space

Brian McDowell Longer Reads, Staff Posts

After 6 months at HRLocker our second-latest hire gives a view on the brand, the customers, the product, marketplace and People Management issues. Coming from a different industry to HR (and experience of marketing only a couple of cloud / SaaS products before) Brian brought fresh views on how we approach the market landscape and to the HRLocker solution and …

A Newbies View on the HR Software Space was last modified: January 5th, 2018 by Brian McDowell

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The Ultimate Guide on How to Hire and Interview

Adam Coleman CEO HR Points of View, Longer Reads

Great news. Your organisations’ expanding and you’re tasked to lead a recruitment drive. You’re wondering now how to hire and interview for the best outcome. Naturally you want to do this as effectively as possible – and you want to do it right. Because if you don’t, it can be costly, really time consuming and disastrous for your business on so many levels. So what should …

The Ultimate Guide on How to Hire and Interview was last modified: April 13th, 2018 by Adam Coleman

Do you have to ask permission to credit check employees

Do you have to ask permission to credit check employees?

Adam Coleman CEO HR Points of View, FAQs, Longer Reads

Pre-Employment Candidate Background Screening – Credit Referencing As part of HRLocker service, customers have access to first-call HR support. And, recently, a question to our consultants has come up a couple of times: Q: If we want to run credit checks on our existing – and new – employees, do we have to ask permission? This type of question comes …

Do you have to ask permission to credit check employees? was last modified: November 21st, 2017 by Adam Coleman

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The Staff Holiday Planner Guide

Brian McDowell Blog, Infographics Blog Posts, Longer Reads, Videos

Your  Staff Holiday Planner Advice Page! A solid staff holiday planner system will instantly save time, money – and lower tension amongst your team. That said, good policy’s still required. So here’s some tips on implementing smart, staff time-off procedures: How To Manage Staff Holidays and Time Off Remember that, as well as wanting to avoid common employee holiday related issues, …

The Staff Holiday Planner Guide was last modified: April 16th, 2018 by Brian McDowell