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2 September 2016
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Product Enhancement: Break-Time Tracking Attendance Policy

In today’s day and age, social media and work-from-home are buzz words almost omnipresent in our work cultures. It’s not surprising to find organizations which totally abolish the concept of “timekeeping” to give their employees the freedom to follow their own work-style and comfort zones. However, the number of these organizations is a small minority. […]


4 August 2015
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Update for sumHR's Online Leave Management System: Unpaid Leave Type

Until last week, when applying for Unpaid Leaves on sumHR’s online leave management system, it was mandatory to select an existing leave type (for example, Sick Leave, Casual Leave, etc.) and then mark it as “Unpaid Leave” while applying/approving the application. Most of you, our customers, gave feedback that this causes lot of confusion and […]


1 June 2015
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Why the service tax increase won't affect our customers

You’re probably already aware of the service tax increase which is effective from June 1st 2015. The tax rate has increased from 12.36% to 14%. This means you’re calls, credit card expenditures and outdoor plans are going to be a tad bit more expensive. This increase will affect absolutely everyone; companies and individuals alike. But, […]


14 April 2014
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Why VCs Don't Invest in HR Companies

In the startup ecosystem, HR has often been at the bottom of the pyramid, usually overlooked and majorly outsourced. Although the “recruiting” arm of HR gets its fair share of limelight, the remainder of the HR functions often fall into the pit. However, change is inevitable, and with that the so called “prosthetic” arms of […]


1 April 2014
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sumHR update: Payroll, Comp-off, Account Page, Automatic Division Of Paid/Unpaid Leaves

It’s been nearly six months since we rolled out a major update for sumHR. As usual, we have been super busy and this time we really wanted to get one of the most important modules of an HR software running — payroll! We are delighted to announce its beta launch, as well as a few […]


27 September 2013
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sumHR Update: Multiple Attendance Reports, Enhanced Directory, and Upgraded Technology

A few weeks ago, we had introduced the roster page for sumHR. The update had all our customers excited, and now we have made some really amazing additions to the HR product. We have also worked hard to enhance the back-end technology. Here’s more information about the whole set of updates: Attendance reports galore We’ve […]


21 May 2013
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sumHR Latest Bug Fixes & Enhancements: Now More Power to Admins & New Accrual Options

A few days ago, we had made enhancements to some of the major features of sumHR, such as Leave and Attendance Management, Calendar, Directory, and Organization Structure. As you know, our engineers continually test the software and work on enhancing the product wherever possible. This is in addition to working on bug fixes and suggestions […]


20 May 2013
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Understanding and Using sumHR: Dedicated Support Center for HR Software Users

We are delighted to announce the launch of a dedicated learning module in our support section – Understanding and Using sumHR. While the support center has been there for a while, we decided to add this extra module since many customers requested FAQs that would specifically help the employees when they start using the HRM […]


24 April 2013
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Major Product Enhancements to Attendance, Leaves, Calendar and Org Structure

We know that you were worried about sumHR being in the quiet mode. But we were not! We were busy making gazillion enhancements for you folks. Ok, gazillion might look like an overstatement but yes, we have made several major improvements, including some long pending enhancements to the Attendance & Leave Management features. Below is […]


27 December 2012
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New Look & Enhancements: Add Business Units & Define Permissions at a Granular Level

The year 2012 has been somewhat of a landmark year for sumHR. Multiple important features were added to the HR software – some of them changed the way you look at HR. We thought it would be unfair if we didn’t close the year with a bang. Here’s our way of ringing in the New […]


5 November 2012
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Employee Data Management Becomes Easy: Now Download All Employee Data from sumHR

For any HR manager, employee data management is as important as employee management. Since sumHR also doubles up as an employee management system, we decided to enhance it even further for the Admin users to enable them to download all employee data from the system. So, how does this aspect of employee data management work? […]


1 November 2012
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Importance of HR Software & Employee Leave Management Systems

Sometimes even the most alert minds can lose track of things. The things on your mind like the discussion during the business lunch, the terrible economy, the presentation you’re working on etc. take up all your attention. When this happens, one is bound to be absent minded about other vital details in employee management, such […]


How To Retain Employees: 5 Useful & Innovative Ways

During school and university, getting bored of the monotonous lecture after lecture wasn’t anything alien. In such events, professors usually prepped up the class with movies and activities on issues that were taught that week. Much like employee engagement activities that help spruce up a work place. This is done by driving away an employee’s […]


Performance Appraisal: What HR Should Know

One of the main reasons for performance appraisal systems in the work place is to merely know more about your employee – to know what your employees are capable of, what they find difficult to do, what they’re comfortable doing and what kind of work gets them in the mood or ticks them off. These […]


HR Management: How to Tackle Different Types of Employee Personalities

Every work place, organization or any generic social gathering for that matter consists of a mixed bag of personalities. If it wasn’t for this heterogeneity, life would pretty much be like an extremely boring and long movie that you’re forced to watch simply because you need to be polite to your date. If you take […]


1 October 2012
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HR Software: Big Acquisitions & What Startups/SMBs Can Do for HRMS

Managing the workforce of an organization is a humongous task. Whether it’s a budding startup setting up processes or a mid-sized company trying to come to terms with its scaling up or an industrial biggie managing thousands of employees, all require some kind of a software to make complex processes easy. While the HR software […]


5 September 2012
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Moving HR Management from Spreadsheets to HR Software: For Startups/SMBs

A few years ago, spreadsheets started becoming a norm in offices, and have been used for a plethora of purposes. While using them for HR tasks is a good idea, it can lead to trouble later on, as certain errors can be costly when it comes to employees. The HR department of an organization is […]


3 September 2012
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Startups & SMBs: Why an MBA Degree isn't Important for Being a Leader

Some five years ago, having an MBA degree was as important as graduating. Whether you were graduating in Physics or History or even Accounts, the there was an immense peer pressure to get into a B-school. Most would opt for the normal MBA course, while some preferred to go for an entrepreneurial course. The general […]


24 August 2012
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Bulk Import Attendance for All Employees, Export Details, and Edit Attendance

A few weeks ago, we launched the Attendance management feature of sumHR. We know you’ve enjoyed it, as per the feedback and suggestions received so far. Here is one more reason to rejoice. We’ve enhanced the Attendance feature of sumHR software and now you can look forward to three more things: Bulk Import Attendance You […]


HR Management: In-house Leadership Development for Startups & SMBs

Quite often, it is said that organizations should look for leaders rather than managers. This is true for startups and small businesses too. Agreed that the onus of the leader in a small company usually falls on the founder/owner, but in order to scale up, especially when the company’s headcount is expanding, leaders are needed […]

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