HOW TO…make your HR intranet work

Rodgers, Keith
June 2009
People Management;6/4/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 12, p41
The article offers tips to human resources (HR) departments on implementing an intranet successfully. The intranet should have a clean design and easy navigation to encourage employees to use it. The HR intranet can be used to reduce the amount of data entry HR administrators have to do and give employees instant access to the information they want, thus reducing the volume of calls to HR. Restricted access may also be provided to job candidates who want to review the progress of their applications.


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