Solutions that make work easier for HR teams and employees.
Now, HR can easily serve employees anytime, anywhere.
PeopleDoc's HR Service Delivery solutions were designed exclusively for HR to simplify complex operations and improve compliance. Even better, using our solutions, employees actually enjoy their experiences with HR.
Employee Case Management and Knowledgebase
Empower employees to resolve questions through a personalized portal, and to easily submit HR requests when they need extra help.
Our customers boost productivity. They energize their teams. They effortlessly manage global compliance. And now, they can't imagine work without PeopleDoc.
We took all of those documents that were part of the onboarding process and, first of all, made them [digital]. We made it so that they could be electronically signed and automatically stored in the employee’s file on PeopleDoc.
VP of HR Systems, American Express
Our HR practices were not adapted to our workforce, the challenges of tomorrow, or the image we wanted to convey to the younger generations. In cumulative time, I think it took us 10 days, spread over three months.
Responsible for payroll & personnel administration, Nestlé France
We needed a solution to complement Workday for document retention, archiving, and reporting. PeopleDoc met that requirement and has been a true partner for our university's sustainability objectives.
AVP Business Process Integration, Georgetown University
Sometimes, when you need to hire hard-to-find talent, the fastest and most cost-effective route is to acquire a company where that talent currently works. Known as acquisition hiring (or “acqui-hiring” for short), this practice also allows companies to add new products and services to their repertoire if they choose—but the driving factor behind the transaction is always human capital.
At the start of the year, few people imagined they’d soon be working from home for the foreseeable future. Few leaders did, either. As such, when businesses around the world were faced with the prospect of transitioning to a remote work model in a matter of days, not months, some found themselves scrambling to ensure that important documents, information, and tools kept in filing cabinets and on on-premise computers wouldn’t be out of reach. Others managed a more seamless transition. They’d already transitioned to the cloud.
Most organizations have customer service philosophies. Examples include “Put yourself in your customers’ shoes” and “Put your customers’ needs first.” A customer service philosophy is defined as a group of shared principles that guide every customer interaction. Often, they are linked to the organizational mission, vision, and values. Customer service philosophies include references to honesty, respect, empathy, and making customers a priority. In thinking about external customer service philosophies, it raises a question. Shouldn’t organizations also have an employee (aka internal customer) service philosophy?