Ensuring HR Systems and Processes are Efficient and Effective
At a time when we face economic challenges and tough choices, it is more important than ever for institutions to make their core administrative processes as efficient as possible. Human Resources is reviewing its administrative services and using every opportunity to improve and streamline these. We realise that both manual and automated systems must be well-aligned to business processes, work together efficiently, and address users’ needs.
Human Resources is conducting a review of many of its administrative systems and processes to ensure that they are both efficient and effective and will also be participating in the ‘University-wide Process Improvement Centre’ Triaster software project during 2011.
What’s in it for me?
Processes and systems are only effective if these serve the needs of the user and add value to those using the systems by working to make them user-friendly, consistent and accurate.
What are the benefits for the University?
Ensuring that we have effective systems and processes will play an important role in reducing costs, saving time, and improving performance, quality and service.
For further information please contact: Margaret Ayers/Kate Kiernan