Create a central resource and communication point keeps your staff in the loop with what’s ahead and what needs to get done.
Creating a central resource and communication point keeps your staff in the loop with what’s ahead and what needs to get done.
Staff Management and Intranet systems allow you to disseminate information and track staff in a number of ways and some pre-existing tools such as Sharepoint and Igloo exist for this purpose. Custom intranet systems, however, can be developed to include features such as current focuses for the week, meeting notes and news. Well executed systems can also extend to including the likes of contact information and staff resources to improve accessibility and ease of use for employees.
Equally, a custom-built staff task management system can be extremely effectively for businesses that work in a very specific way and require the delegation of tasks. Effectively, it can map into how you work and how you wish to manage your staff in a way that mirrors your current business operations. Below are some potential scenarios that can be addressed by implementing staff management systems.
Staff are not being informed of important company news quickly
This is a particularly important thing that should be addressed in a business where staff operate outside of a central location. A staff management intranet system can make information readily available and updated each business day, or more frequently if required.
Staff are not easily informed of focuses and visions for the week
By using a centralised system for staff management, all information you wish your staff to see can be projected onto television screens across the office or can be made available on the intranet login.
Staff cannot access centralised resources
Resources can be made accessible via a central menu to reduce staff time searching for information that is needed.