Organisations require a connected HR solution to build data-driven employee experiences.

HR departments need to deliver to a multi-generational workforce that demands more flexible work options. Now more than ever, information and choice are being put in the hands of the employee, thereby improving their experience. In the process of doing this, more time-consuming, manual work is being taken off your Human Resources team. This better way of working increases efficiency and reduces the risk of manual error. Dynamics 365 Human Resources (formerly called Dynamics 365 Talent), supports HR teams in delivering improved employee experiences.

Here are Incremental’s top eight reasons to move to Dynamics 365 Human Resources.

1. Improved employee experiences

How an organisation handles each milestone on its employees’ journeys is indicative of the organisation’s culture and can impact employees’ performance and engagement. By getting to know how employees experience these career milestones at their organisations, leaders and managers can better understand how they are supporting their staff and how they can help improve the employee experience. Dynamics 365 Human Resources can help enable this experience by managing work anniversaries, tracking promotions and key career development.

Your solution can be personalised through an intuitive and customisable user interface that allows you to add or hide fields, change the layout and share with others.

2. Optimisation of HR programmes

Drive business performance with the security, privacy and compliance delivered by human capital management built on Microsoft Azure.

Empower managers with team performance details, feedback and business process automation for routine tasks, to help them optimise team impact and address any immediate concerns. HR teams can help employees grow with training and certification tracking. Learning and development goals can be achieved faster by adding LinkedIn Learning or Dynamics 365 Guides.

You can utilise an embedded Power BI report to analyse employee skills and identify gaps to ensure you can create the workforce for the future.

3. Microsoft cloud technology

Moving from on-premises solutions to the cloud can be daunting and our team of expert consultants and project managers will evaluate your requirements and choose the best solution and approach for migration, minimising risk to the organisation.

With cloud-based applications, such as Dynamics 365 HR, your data is protected by Microsoft security solutions.

According to Deloitte research, SMBs that use an above-average number of cloud services grow 26% faster and are 21% more profitable (on average) than those that use no cloud tools.

Crucially, you will benefit from ongoing improvement through Microsoft’s automatic updates delivered every six months via release waves. Each release wave comprises hundreds of updates and new capabilities.

4. Increased organisational agility

Improvements in productivity and efficiencies can be gained through automated processes, workflows and task management. As human capital challenges multiply, organisations need to make a case for HR automation. By automating core administrative tasks, organisations can help their HR partners work more strategically. Instead of printing out resumes or otherwise swimming in tedious paperwork, employees can use automated systems to make better use of their time.

5. Workforce insights

Drive better decisions by centralising workforce data and using embedded analytics to uncover valuable insights that help you increase job satisfaction and reduce turnover.

Improve workforce planning with rich dashboards from Power BI, helping you bring together, analyse, and visualise all your human resources data, from any device.

Make decisions confidently using embedded analytics that tracks and analyse HR programmes

6. Self-service HR tool

Foster self-service by enabling people to initiate and execute tasks, such as profile updates, transitions, training requirements, or performance feedback. Manager self-service provides visibility of the actions required across the team, including compensation, leave and absence, performance goals, reviews, certifications status, skills assessments and skills gap analysis.

7. Flexible license-based system

Dynamics 365 Human Resources pricing is on a per user per month basis. It is persona-based, giving you the ability to only use what suits, depending on your job role. Team Member licensing is required for every employee in your organisation. This gives them the ability to access the portal, update their information and action tasks

8. Extensive HR functionality

Dynamics 365 Human Resources is an end-to-end HR solution that supports you from hiring and onboarding right the way through the employee lifecycle, allowing you to empower employees to get the information they need—on their own—through easy-to-use self-service HR tools and Microsoft Teams.

Compensation Management – supports fixed and variable compensation plans, as well as spot, cyclical, or annual bonuses. You can also manage long-term incentives, such as cash awards, stock awards and stock options.

Benefits – with the ability to manage complex programmes and a configurable self-service enrolment process that allows for benefit groups, hierarchies, flexible credits, and auto-enrolment.

Leave and absence – with the ability to create compliant and competitive programmes that adhere to changing global regulations.

Dynamics 365 Human Resources is an end-to-end HR solution that supports you from hiring and onboarding right the way through the employee lifecycle and supports HR teams in delivering improved employee experiences.

To find out more about Dynamic 365 Human Resources, download our guide – Dynamics 365 Human Resources or request a free briefing demo.