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Can anyone share examples of how they use MicroSoft Office sharepoint in an HR setting?
Our agency purchased the software, and we know it can do a lot of things, but we are trying to decide priority areas to get us started – do you have any quick wins to suggest?.
It’s been one year and we are still developing our HR sites. Being strategic and design oriented is critical to implementation. Other factors which must be considered are legal issues (public records requests, security access and records retention guidelines). Our design includes shared documents for all employees, specific information only for supervisors and managers, personnel-related announcements, an event calendar, HR forms, documents, personnel policies, procedures, benefits, and safety information. A pending consideration is electronic personnel file access by employees and/or supervisors. Priority wise, a good start would be to firm up the strategic and design piece, implement forms and documents which employees use on a more frequent basis, or are an important part of their day-to-day work environment.
Thanks Lori – sounds a little overwhelming….could you maybe refer me to the person in your office that was leading this effort, so I could contact them personally?
Hi Joan, you may contact me. The main office number is 916.263.3600 – – ask for Lori in the Human Resources Department.
Thank – I am off tomorrow, but will plan to touch base with you next week.
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