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  1. 1. Technology needs to be managed like any other business practice or system and be part of your overall goals and objectives.Let us show you how to manage technology and the Internet as part of your overall strategic human resource management program!
  2. 2. We help get you started using the Internet as a strategicbusiness tool. We assist you in every aspect; from finding anInternet Service Provider (ISP), to building your web site, toimplementing e-commerce solutions.We design your Internet site to generate the return on yourtechnology investment. Not necessarily all the bells andwhistles but the right functionality in the right design with alayout and flow that brings your employees and applicantsback for return visits.Let us assist you in:Web hostingWeb site designWeb site programming and developmentSelf-service functionalityDatabase integratione-Commerce solutions
  3. 3. Its a brave new "virtual" world out there. New tools emerge every day that allow you to monitoremployees performance and activities. You are obligated to protect them from dangers in theworkplace. How do you want to be seen, as "Big Brother" or an "Employer of Choice?"The speed and availability of communication presents new challenges for organizations. Referencechecks returned electronically by managers, e-mail messages containing dirty jokes and visits to X-rated web sites during work time can create defamation and harassment problems for yourorganization.There are numerous web-based and technology-based tools appearing on the market that can help inthe recruitment, selection and development process. The key is to determine which solution matchesyour requirements. Just because they are web-based does not mean that your responsibilities underEEOC guidelines go away. Indeed, all tests must be job related and conform to validity and reliabilityrequirements.There is a new breed of web-based software that monitors and prevents employee Internet usage. Yourgoals should be to strike a balance between encouraging creativity and finding new information versuscontrolling and inhibiting web usage.We help you develop the right strategy for your business.  E-mail monitoring  Internet usage  Electronic signature  Surveillance  Drug testing  Security vs. Privacy  Testing  Background checks  Workplace searches  Consumer and employee data protection  Employee Right-to-Privacy  Defamation  Discrimination
  4. 4. Have you generated the expected return on your technology or HR solution? Ifyou are like many companies, the answer is probably no. In order to successfullyimplement technology, the selection and implementation process must bemanaged to avoid cost over runs, missed deadlines and project creep.Even if you install the system on time, there is no guarantee that your peoplewill use it. Many organizations spend so much of their resources on technologythat they fail to analyze the training requirements of the users. Training needs tobe delivered early and often and tied to the requirements of the users. You needto involve your employees and end-users in the processWe can help you implement our project management and training methodologyto manage technology implementations. Goals & objectives Needs assessment Requirements planning Developing specifications - customization Budget development Vendor selection Scheduling Implementation Training
  5. 5. Though technology has improved the speed and ease of communication,has it really improved the effectiveness of the way we communicate witheach other?Is 24 x 7, anytime, anyplace communications the most effective way forpeople? Instant technology with the expectation of an immediateresponse is one thing. Effective time management practices maybeanother.What about the isolation that technology delivers?We create a virtual worker, then fail to keep them connected and feelinga part of the team. Does your team building skills include strategies formanaging and interacting with the virtual worker? You have people allover the globe. Do they feel a part of the team?We want people to collaborate and share but can you expect that whenwe set people apart and reduce face-to-face communications?Face-to-face interactions built trust. Lack of face-to-face reduces it. Ifthere is less trust do you really expect people to share?We work with organizations to design technology and managementpractices to improve collaboration and sharing in organizations.
  6. 6. Thank you