Look before you leap! Engage in detailed planning and design to find the right HR shared service model.
HR departments need to deliver services with greater efficiency, while at the same time increasing the quality of service, boosting strategic contribution, and becoming a data-driven function. While shared services are a common response to these challenges, they are extremely complex and differ in many ways from one organization to another.
Large-scale transformations like shared services require a lot of buy-in, but organizations are hesitant to disclose details before they know what the final outcome will be.
There is no single HR shared service (HRSS) model that fits everywhere. Use a detailed planning process that identifies objectives, maps the current state, and then explores several options for improvement before deciding on a final recommendation.
Impact and Result
Follow a detailed planning process to create a shared service model that is tailored to your organization and specifically created to achieve your objectives.
Ensure employee experience is considered throughout the process so the final product will fit their needs.
Plan for HR Shared Services
1. Create vision for HRSS
the HRSS vision, objectives, and scope and develop a high-level communication
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