HR systems seminar

14th April 2015

This session will present HR managers and decision makers with the lessons learned by some of the biggest brands in the market.

PointSolutions have once again teamed up with Rebecca Fielding to deliver a half-day session that will provide a number of essential HR system dos and don'ts 'take-a-ways'. The aim being that SEMs can learn from some of the mistakes that businesses have already made, inform them around latest trends and provide some practical insight into selecting the best HR system fit for their organisation. Sheffield-based Rebecca specialises in graduate employment and has previously worked at Sheffield Hallam University, Heinz, Asda and the Association of Graduate Recruiters. Following Rebecca's presentation, PointSolutions will be talking about their SharePoint web based HR system which has been designed alongside HR industry experts to be easy to use, flexible and provide powerful reporting for the modern business.  

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