To some, it is employee self-service apps powered by Peoplesoft, SAP, Workday, or bespoke systems.
To others, it includes employee directories or employment policy knowledgebases — or in some cases, the whole intranet.
No matter how you define it, human resources is one of the most challenging parts of a corporate intranet to implement and manage. The information is both heavily content-based and highly functional – a place to view core guidelines and policies, but also often the starting point for a number of people-related processes.
A good structure is essential so that content is easily findable. Usability is also crucial, as almost all staff – including those who don’t generally use the intranet – visit these pages at some stage of their employment.
One of the best ways to get recognition for your intranet or digital workplace is to enter a competition such as the Intranet and Digital Workplace Awards from Step Two, or DWG’s very own My Beautiful Intranet.
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