New software is being developed that can streamline the process of asking your boss for help with your HR issues, by allowing users to ask for help without needing to go to their boss first.
“The goal is to streamline HR,” said Matt L. Dallman, president and chief executive officer of Dallmans, a human resources consulting company.
“You don’t need to be at the office anymore to help.”
In an interview with Business Insider, Dallmen explained that the new software will allow users to tweet their bosses’ questions or comments, instead of having to send a text message.
“It’s much easier for the users to get feedback, because they don’t have to send text messages,” he said.
The technology is being built by the HR consulting firm Sodexo, which is working with the company, and it is expected to be available to employees by the end of the year.
Sodexos CEO Joe Fagone said that, unlike traditional HR tools, the new technology can help companies manage the many issues they have with their workers.
“What we’re doing with this is taking what’s already there and creating a new, smarter way to manage it,” he told Business Insider.
“Instead of having an email system and a phone system, a new system is built around what the user wants to see, and that means getting the right answer to the right question.”
For example, you could ask for a specific question on the job, and then have the software generate an email to the appropriate person.
It’s similar to a text messaging app, but for HR, it means users don’t necessarily have to be there to help.
SodExo’s new system can handle the questions, as well as the people who will help answer them, for free.
That’s a big deal, since people who are struggling with their jobs often have little motivation to take the time to do so.
And even though the system will take users’ time to figure out, it’s free.
And that means that companies like SodexO can focus on the right people at the right time.
“This is an area where it’s not always clear whether people are responding,” Dallmer said.
“When you have a lot of HR, you may have people that have been there for a long time, and they have been in this role for a while, and you may not have that.
That person is there to support you. “
And the fact that they have a personal relationship with the manager that has been there the entire time, is a really powerful thing.
That person is there to support you.
They are there to listen, and to help you.”
So what exactly will the new system do?
According to SodexOs development materials, the system takes a variety of forms.
It will allow you to ask your boss to answer your question by entering in the information directly into the system, rather than asking your supervisor to provide the answers to the questions you’ve asked.
This is the way most HR software does it.
Users can also choose to use the system to send out a message to a specific person, and the person who answered the question can then provide their own feedback.
The most recent version of the software is set to be released in 2018, with a beta version planned for 2019.
“As we’re building our technology, we’re always looking for new opportunities to take it to the next level,” Dally said.
And there are already many HR-related companies using the technology.
For example: Dallmers own company, Sodexom, uses the technology to allow employees to schedule their own meetings, and his own company uses the system as well.
“A lot of companies are now building out their own systems that allow for employees to ask their own questions, and other systems that help them manage their own personal schedules,” Dalsons development materials say.
“These systems help you to manage the amount of time you have to spend with your employees, and help them communicate with you more efficiently.”
In a similar way, SodExos development materials says that, when it comes to the people working for the company on HR matters, the company is using the system in a way that makes it easy for employees.
“With a lot.
Of the people in Sodexoms organization, we use a combination of HR software and Sodexobox software to manage our own employee scheduling, to allow for employee engagement, to get them into their office, and have them participate in all the other processes of their company,” it says.
The software will be available for use by the SodexoS team by the start of the 2020s, Dalsmans development materials suggest.
The new system will also be able to provide information on what is happening with certain employees.
The process is designed to