ActivHR Consulting Ltd
People Inc. add-on modules


Add-on modules available for People Inc. users utilising the Employee Self-Service Module

Two key attributes of the People Inc. Employee Self-Service Module (ESS) make it ideal for managing processes: flexibility and accessibility. An example of this is the absence request functionality provided as standard with the system. Most customers have extended this to include functionality to enable managers to register sickness absence and employees to register a change of address or bank account details.

People Inc. auto-enrolment


Pensions Reform add-on for People Inc. HR Software

Following on from our recent work on pensions reform legislation, we have consolidated the ideas we reviewed during our online webinars with customers and have produced a Pensions Reform add-on for People Inc. to enable organisations to manage the information and processes associated with the legislation effectively.

Why use 'workflow'?
Tuesday, 20 July 2010 08:50

Times and technology have moved on a lot and now ‘workflow’ is seen as an essential part of a new HR system.

Workflow tools in your HR Software package are used to underpin key business process so tasks are carried out on time, by the right people, and using the correct resources. Using a step-by-step approach, the system can then guide your users through completing your best practice processes, so you can ensure success, efficiency, effectiveness and results.

Integrated HR and T&A
Saturday, 17 July 2010 07:34

Why adopting a fully integrated Time & Attendance and HR system could save you time and money.

Businesses in the UK are suffering as workers take more than 35 million sick days a year.  One in three workers (33 per cent) say that the last time they took a day off from work as sick leave, they did not actually have anything wrong with them, according to a survey by Aon Consulting.

HR teams with no data
Monday, 07 June 2010 14:55

UK companies and HR departments do not have the information they need to make crucial business decisions, new research suggests.

The UK Talent Intelligence Survey from Taleo shows there are significant gaps between the information considered important to decision-making and the data that is available. In all but one type of data, there is a notable gap between the importance UK companies place on certain types of information and the actual access they have to this data.

Training time well spent?
Friday, 19 March 2010 10:22

If you’re looking for, or have just purchased, a new HR system, how will you ensure that the ongoing user training is as effective as it can be? 

Will you control your monetary costs (but not time costs) by having the internal resource to train new users, or will you have to purchase a number of additional consultancy days from your supplier?  Or, ideally, have you considered that your training consultant may be able to provide online training as and when you need it, on a pay-as-you-go service?

Is self-service understood?
Monday, 08 March 2010 08:05

Can HR keep up with the pace of self-service technology?

All the evidence points to self-service saving time and money yet take-up remains low and the technology is becoming ever more advanced, so why are HR dragging their feet.

Difficult as it is to imagine, when Apple launched the iPod - its first foray into the consumer MP3 market nine years ago - bloggers and analysts alike gave it a distinctly lukewarm reception. One analyst said it lacked the 'richness of Sony's (its rival) product offering', while another called it 'iPoop'. But despite not demonstrating anything technologically new (MP3s had been out for years), it defied the critics, and mass adoption (it is close to selling its 250 millionth unit) followed.

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