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ADP’s Global Program Director Patrick Nolot discusses main tasks involved in transitioning your organization to international Human Resources Outsourcing (HRO) in this article.
Human Resources Transformation and one of its main components, Human Resources outsourcing, are all about going from where you are to where you want to be.
Transition, the step that consists in transferring some of your tasks and processes to a service provider, is often associated with the technical implementation of a new solution.
Managing a Human Resources outsourcing project involves taking local legislation into account and making sure the new services are compliant with the relevant legislation.
There are five keys to your organization’s successful transition to international Human Resources outsourcing. These are: find a sponsor at top, develop mirror organizations in collaboration with your service provider, plan to support your subsidiaries at the local level, use shared and standard transition tools & methods, and focus tightly on data migration.
Transition to international Human Resources outsourcing is hardly an easy task. The human dimension of HRO transitioning is too often put aside and neglected, not because companies do not care but because transition to Human Resources outsourcing is usually approached from a technological angle.