April 8, 2020
Remote work is our new reality. And while we settle into this new normal, HR teams can feel stretched thin due to overwhelming requests to recruit, onboard, offboard and wrap their heads around contingency planning for a fully-remote workforce. We recognize that many teams don’t have the time or resources to build these remote processes and programs from scratch. But with the challenges we’re facing right now, there is a big opportunity for us to get these things right.
Ruum by SAP is sharing a free HR Process Package that is full of templates to help HR teams manage their processes for a number of functions in a remote environment including:
Anyone can access and edit the HR Process Package from Ruum’s Template Library. Simply log in to your Ruum account, if you don’t have one already, you can sign up for free. Then click the +New button, and select Ruum from Template. You can then find the templates under the HR Process Package category.
HR teams from businesses of all sizes can use these templates to solve for two pain points, first they reduce the workload for newly-remote teams who quickly need to adapt their processes. Secondly, they offer a collaborative platform for employees and employers to collaborate without having to be face-to-face.
For those who are unfamiliar with Ruum, it’s is a lightweight business platform that empowers any business user to optimize their team’s routines and projects toward an automated, standardized workflow without any implementation effort. We’ve put together a quick video that guides you through how to use Ruum and edit these templates. You can watch that video tutorial here.
We recognize that times are tough for many, and want to provide resources our customers and communities need to make the best decisions during this time. By using this HR Process Package of templates, our hope is that our customers can focus less on process and more on what really matters: people.
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