Islamic Relief updates HR, payroll and online recruitment
February 13, 2009
Islamic Relief has updated its HR and payroll technology and is set to roll out an online recruitment module.
The organisation, which employs 2,000 staff across 38 countries, is working with Sage to upgrade recruitment, personnel, training, development, and time and attendance to improve absence management.
The upgraded software will include online appraisals to make it easier for HR staff to combine assessment, personal development plans and appraisals, to look at year-on-year individual progression.
Job vacancies will be published online and it is hoped the online recruitment system will ensure simple capture of applicant details, feeding them straight through to HR.
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