Businesses of every size are impacted by the need for better leadership development and change management

and the software industry itself has evolved to meet these demands. At the industry level, things are looking up. But small businesses still face a number of more nuanced challenges

No Dedicated HR Staff:

Many small businesses either assign HR responsibilities to a cross-functional manager or to a single, in-house HR administrator. In either scenario, a single person handles payroll and benefits, time tracking, grievances/disciplinary action, hiring, promotions, and so forth.

Record-keeping and regulatory compliance

HR regulations are in a constant state of flux. Small businesses must balance record-keeping etiquette with healthcare reform, tax codes, and labor laws. Armed with only a file cabinet and the Sunday paper, this is sure to result in mistakes, processing delays, and in worst cases, legal fines

Employee attrition

Employee satisfaction and loyalties keep changing and more than 40% of the employees actively seek or open to a new job. Without a strategy for investing in talent and building an attractive work culture, small businesses lose good employees to competitors that offer higher salaries and better benefits.

Performance gaps

On smaller teams, it becomes quickly apparent if certain employees aren’t pulling their weight. But without a formal performance management or training system in place, how do you orchestrate consistent improvement?

Key features of DigiHRaaS

  • Employee self-service
  • Applicant tracking and on boarding
  • Compensation and succession planning
  • Benefits administration
  • Performance management
  • Time/attendance tracking
  • Social recruiting
  • Reporting/analytics
  • Mobile access
  • Cloud based – access from anywhere, any time
  • Secured Single Sign On