Yesterday, we told you why it is important for startups, SMBs, and growing companies to use enterprise social networks. We had also promised various techniques that a startup or an SMB can use for efficiently engaging with the employees on a business social network. In sumHR HRMS, the Streams feature for social networking for employees was developed keeping employee engagement in mind. Now here are...

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Most organizations still frown upon many online activities, let alone social media. Social networking sites such as Facebook, MySpace, Bebo, etc have come a long way. The same can be said about LinkedIn, which is used by businesses, but the perception or myth held by employers, especially startups and traditional SMBs is that such activities are usually unproductive. Most companies are not even open to...

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Professional networking sites like LinkedIn or social networking sites such as Facebook or MySpace always persuade their users to fill in complete information. So much so, most of them have a “Profile Completeness” status bar. For such websites, completed profiles enable growth and interaction amongst the users as well as there is a data bank which can be monetized. When it comes to employees...

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At sumHR, our main focus is always on the customer. One factor that every client is touchy about is the pricing. Being a startup that serves other startups and SMEs, we know the kind of challenges such companies face, especially when it comes to costs. We wanted to highlight the fact how under-informed HR managers and business owners are spending more money on HR management...

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At sumHR, we realized that monitoring our employee’s performance, attendance, leave records, data, etc was getting very difficult. Being an organization that serves the recruitment needs of other organizations, we asked our clients if they too faced a similar problem, and the answer was positive. According to Anthony J. D'Angelo, "Focus 90% of your time on solutions and only 10% of your time on problems." As...

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We, being humans, have a limit to which we can do things efficiently. After all we just have two hands! If we try biting more than what we can chew, it becomes difficult to manage things and be productive. Our productivity and quality of work will decrease which in turn will yield low results. Case in point is human resource management. Any HR-related function—be it...

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