Companies are going back to their drawing boards to understand the reason for decreased employee engagement towards the organization. Unhappy workers end up to be less efficient and this indirectly affects the growth of the company.
The reasons for growing disengagement can be many, employees may not be interested in the job that they are doing and they may be working only for the sake of money. It can also be such that they develop a feeling that the company doesn’t care about them. This happens when there is lack of communication between the management and the employees.
While the management may make efforts to connect with the employees, it just may not be enough. This is where technology can help, with the advent of employment management software the process of handling employee engagement activities has become simpler.
Here are the features of a typical Employee management Softwares
- Maintain information of current and former employees
All the data related to your current and former employees can be stored in the software which is searchable at any time and used for reference without having to contact the employee each time for his/her personal details, bank details etc
- Paperwork to Paperless
All the processes like leave application, tour application, travel claims etc which otherwise require paper work can now be done just by using online forms through the software.
- Attendance and Time can be tracked
All records related to time spent by each employee in the office and data related to leaves will be available in the software. This way the employees can keep track of their attendance record.
- Rewards management
Most of the employee engagement softwares allow managers to provide rewards to employees for reaching the target or whenever a milestone is achieved. This is one way the management can keep the workers motivated.
The entire process of paying the employees can be done with just one click based on the number hours which they have inputted.
- Asset management
When there are 30 plus employees, tracking of devices/infrastructure assigned to employees become difficult. Using the software, this can easily be managed, especially when someone is leaving the company.
- Shift planning
Maintaining shift timings can be a cumbersome process with lot of paper work, all the activities like shift schedules, allotment of employees, attendance of shift workers can all be managed with the help of this tool.
- Tracking the overall progress of the company
With so much data being collected by the software it can used to draw insights about many aspects of the company. Instead of creating presentations and reports, all the important pointers will be available on the dashboard.
We would like to conclude by saying that using an employee engagement software is beneficial to both employees and employers. This will help in having a positive impact on having better employee engagement and as it is rightly said, happy employees and happy customers can be a boon to any company’s growth. There are many companies offering employee management softwares, make sure you make the right choice based on your requirements.