Most Human Resource managers use their Human Resource Management System to store employee data, keep track of productivity and stay up-to-date on the latest labor regulations. Yet HR software is capable of so much more.
You invested in the software to save time, so that you could focus on personal interactions with workers. Why not use it to enhance those interactions too? You can never see a return on employee investment unless you actually put some time into helping them develop.
Spend a while going through reviews to see who could benefit from a little extra guidance, or to figure out if a number of workers are struggling with similar challenges. Doing so can help you determine whether it’s time to consider additional training for a group.
See if you can store your own documents in your HRMS, or at least provide links to your hosted documents. That could make training guides and instruction manuals easier to share across a company.
Do you have a success story about helping a particular employee reach his or her full potential?