A Human Resource Information System (HRIS) is a software solution designed to automate and manage various HR tasks and processes. Read all about HRIS in this blog post.
An effective talent management strategy attracts and retains top talent and ensures that even current employees develop their skills. Read here how to build one.
An employee management system, also known as EMS, is software designed to assist the HR department in managing and monitoring employee-related tasks and information.
Companies grant conveyance allowances to their employees to cover travel expenses to and from the office. Read this blog post for more.
A job offer letter is a formal document sent to the candidate who successfully clears the selection process for a particular job position.
Employee lifecycle refers to the various stages an employee goes through during their tenure with a company such as recruitment, onboarding, development, retention, and separation.
Performance management involves creating a systematic process for employees to meet their goals and objectives while simultaneously aligning with the organization’s overall mission & vision.
Leave encashment is the amount of money an employee receives from an employer for their unutilised leaves. Read the blog post to know how to calculate leave encashment.
Compensation management is one of the primary functions of HR. A compensation package attracts employees towards startups and their decision to stick with them.
A Flexible Benefits Plan (FBP) is part of an employee’s salary that gives them more control of which CTC components they want to opt-in for and how much under each component.