Human Resource Management in Microsoft Dynamics 365 can give you deeper insight into the status of individual employees, an overview of your entire organization and the strategic tools you need to develop the human resources upon which your business goals depend on.
Dynamics 365 supports an effective and streamlined recruitment process, efficient service for candidates, and the knowledge needed for making optimal hiring decisions. Recruitment helps you process the applications you receive so you can focus on bringing in qualified candidates.
All your employee information in one place
Human Resource Management in Microsoft Dynamics 365 gives your human resources team the core administrative tools to help them manage employees, teams and departments across your organization more effectively. With your company’s employee information stored in a structured, easily retrievable manner you can concentrate on managing and solving human resource issues rather than simply documenting them.
Modeling organizational units
Keep track of the organizational changes in your business. With visual, function-oriented diagrams, you can create organizational charts for full, matrix, and project overviews. You can easily change the organizational framework to reflect any changes in your organizational structure.
Automate key recruitment processes
Recruiting new employees and managing internal job rotations are ongoing processes. By using Human Resource Management to automate personnel recruitment, you can control the process from the moment an application is received, through correspondence and interviews with relevant managers, right up to the point of employment or rejection. Learn from the experiences of previous recruitment campaigns and pinpoint the most effective media and methods for sharper, more effective recruitment communications.
Make the most of your talent
Human Resource Management provides the structured and actionable information you need to quickly assess current performance levels, identify competency strengths and weaknesses, and outline improvement initiatives. Managing employee competence means identifying their current competencies and making relevant comparisons to the competencies your organization needs.
Professional skills and aptitudes, as well as personal skills, can all be tracked and compared. You can create a competence framework, as well as a dynamic development process that includes personal interviews, training curricula, and events to support each employee in their development aligned with your company’s strategy.
- Easy overview through simple structuring of organizational units and job profiles.
- Analyze the efficiency and well-being of your organization by monitoring employee absences.
- Identify skill gaps to determine required employee development.
- Helps streamline course administration.
- Optimize relationships with employees through personalized self-services.