- 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.
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- 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.