Webinar | Key Legislative Updates for the Hourly Workforce | Tuesday, September 24th | 12 PM CST

Has predictive scheduling legislation reached your workforce? How about salary history bans? If they haven’t already, they likely will soon. 

Join Jennifer Long on September 24, 2019 at 12 PM CST to find out how far these legislative trends have spread and tips for updating your policies and practices. Topics will include:

  •  Predictive scheduling laws
  • Overview of salary history ban
  • Various penalties for noncompliance
  • Tips for updating your policies and practices

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HR and marketing professionals seem to interchange the terminology used to describe HR technology solutions. HCM (Human Capital Management) and HRM (Human Resource Management) are the most common terms used. Are they the same?

Human Capital Management vs. Human Resource Management

Though often used interchangeably with no universal consensus, there are differences between the two from an historical evolution perspective.

What is HCM?

HCM is the more all-encompassing term, describing functions that are part of the strategic management of human capital in an organization from talent and applicant tracking to time and attendance and analytics. It also includes budgeting, performance management, and onboarding.

How HCM Works

difference between hcm and hrmManaging the implications of a distributed workforce includes state and county specific, jurisdictional, and legal requirements. Each critical area of the business is managed and analyzed along with core HR data that is collected and provided to management to sustain effective decision making.

What is HRM?

HRM systems encompass the elements known historically in human resources information systems focusing on the core payroll(originally and oftentimes called HRIS or Human Resources Information Systems.) Additional technology systems used to manage HR functions are included under this umbrella such as benefits administration, employee self-service, and management reporting.

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Benefits of an HCM Solution

HCM is critical for organizations that want to maximize the impact of their human capital to help realize their overall goals and objectives. Choosing a vendor that supports your HCM strategy both philosophically and technically is key to an organization’s success. Integrated HCM provides all-encompassing tools over single function HRM solutions.

Consolidation of HR with Business Strategies

Human Resources has well moved beyond transactional processes and procedures. Human capital both in terms of the employment relationship as well as intellect capital has become the broader focus for organizations, consolidating Human Resources with overall business strategy. HCM vendors play a critical role in partnering with organizations to understand their human capital mission and achieve their overarching goals.

Ease Your HR Workload and Save Money with HCM Software

With one seamless platform and HR administrative services, EPAY Systems can ease the burden on your staff so you can get back to focusing on your core business. Our full suite of unified human capital management solutions help you recruit, staff, manage, and pay your employees. Get started today with a personalized demo.

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