Solution Advice

Architectuur & Roadmap

‘Translating strategic HR goals to IT solutions which contribute to the mission and vision of the organization’

The digitalization of HR is a growing trend. Employees expect their employers to be innovative and offer modern HR tools, which improve employee engagement. From a HR point of view it’s important that these tools contribute to the strategic goals of the organization and place HR as an important player to fulfill the mission and vision of the organization.

But how do you translate these HR goals to IT solutions, and how to ensure that the chosen solution fits in the existing IT landscape and integrates with the current base of applications? Where to begin when digitalizing HR? How to create a roadmap? These are some of the complex questions often heard. Every company is different, so the architecture and roadmap should be a custom made solution.

Nextmoves has the knowledge and experience to, together with you, digitalize HR. We are able to help you in the creation of a roadmap and shaping the HR/IT architecture.

HR Analytics

‘HR analytics as a tool to shape the HR policy’

Times when HR was only used to calculate leave of absence and the payroll process are far behind us. A lot of HR organization are perfectly capable in creating operational reports and enable the management of key figures.

With HR Analytics we take that extra step, that next move, by using statistical tools to predict developments. This approach makes the process of determining and accomplish strategic HR goals more transparent.

This all sounds very promising, but how can you make HR Analytics work for you?

GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation)

‘From a collection of rules about data protection to a harmonizing regime.

By the 25th of May 2018, all organizations must by complaint to the GDPR. What does this mean for your HR organization?

There are 4 basic principles:

  • Transparency: reasonableness and legality of processing: there must always be clarity about the way in which data is processed.
  • Limiting and minimizing data: processing of data is only allowed if there are specific, explicit or legal reasons.
  • Accuracy: limitation of data storage, integrity and confidentiality: the obligation to correct data, to no longer save than necessary, to prevent unlawful processing or loss of data using the correct technical and organizational solutions.
  • Responsibility: the auditor is responsible for, and can show that they are compliant with the basic principles of the GDPR.

The regulations within the GDPR are not always clear, so compliance with the regulations requires some research and requires that you take action..

The following steps must be taken to comply with the regulations of the GPDR:
  1. Set up a data protection officer
  2. Find out which data processing takes place and identify gaps
  3. Prioritize actions
  4. Manage risks
  5. Organize internal processes
  6. Document

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