More would prefer to use e-HR systems

Fifty-one
per cent of employees think it would be easier to usee-mail or an intranet for
dealing with minor HR issues such as holiday booking, while 55 per cent would
like to be able to access their own data.

This
is the finding of research carried out by Snowdrop Systems. More than 1,000
respondents took part in the study.

It
looks into how HR is devolving responsibilities to line managers. It reveals
almost four in 10 people dislike raising difficult issues with their manager
because they don’t believe it will be followed up afterwards.

Nearly
40 per cent admit their relationship with their manager could be improved, but
only 15 per cent describe their boss as unapproachable.

www.snowdrop.co.uk

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