Guest Webinar – How to choose the right HR Software – Expert Panel Discussion
Webinar OverviewThis live discussion with special guests from myhrtoolkit, CIPHR and Rethink HR, will allow you to ask all the questions you have about implementing a new HR system in your business. The hosts will be discussing the following key topics, as well as any questions from the audience.
Here are the key points:
- When should an organisation look to implement its first HR system?
- Key benefits HR systems can provide
- How does a business choose an HR software package and what should be considered?
- How does a business perform due diligence on the security?
- What are the key contractual terms to ensure you have?
- What are the key variables in making an HR software decision?
- What are the signs you’re ready to upgrade your HR system?
Jon Curtis is Managing Director of Sheffield-based firm myhrtoolkit; an online HR software platform specifically designed for small and medium sized businesses.
Jon’s background is in Employment Law, having been a partner in the commercial law firm Ironmonger Curtis for 11 years. This has meant that myhrtoolkit has always been based on a solid understanding of UK employment regulations.Click here to view Jon’s LinkedIn Profile
Megan is an experienced Account Manager at CIPHR. Her role services more than 400 clients and focuses on CIPHR’s partners and 3rd party integrations. Megan acts as a commercial lead with their best of breed Saas approach to ensure customer success and retention and that CIPHR delivers maximum value to their clients from their partnership with CIPHR.Click here to view Megan’s LinkedIn Profile
Zoe Wilson has over 14 years of HR experience, both in-house and delivering consultancy services and is the founder of Rethink HR. The combination of HR expertise and experience in running a small business has meant that Rethink HR clients receive business-focused solutions with an understanding of the commercial pressures businesses can face.Click here to view Zoe’s LinkedIn Profile
Adrian McDonagh founded EasyWeb Group in 2005. He oversees the training and technology teams at EasyWeb. His formal job title is “Chief Ideas Officer” which probably says more about his personality than what his job entails. The best explanation we could get from him was “Part-time trainer, part-time product manager, part-time business owner, full time online recruitment ninja” – make of that what you will.Click here to view Adrian’s LinkedIn Profile