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Sabrina Zimara, DFC Consultants

Overview of the HR Module in Microsoft Dynamics GP


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    Piles and piles of paperwork tracking employee hire dates, resumes, time off requests, discipline reports, and exit interviews are a thing of the past. With Microsoft Dynamics GP, you can file paperwork for each employee electronically, making it easier to access and significantly cutting down on that stack of papers filed away in your office.

    As soon as you receive an application or resume for a position, you can begin tracking your potential new employee in GP. Through the system, you can automatically generate a letter for denial, receipt of application, or to officially offer the job.

    Once you offer the position, you can update the new employee’s record with hire date and start an orientation checklist based on the training needs for the position.Overview of the HR Module in Microsoft Dynamics GP 1

    As time goes on, you can continue tracking information about your new employee including attendance, any disciplinary reports, grievances, injuries and illnesses, property that you’ve checked out to them, reviews, and more.  All of this information is secure within the system and can only be accessed by those with the correct permissions such as the direct manager or supervisor.Overview of the HR Module in Microsoft Dynamics GP 2

    When the employee leaves the company, a termination checklist allows your manager to make sure that all the necessary steps are taken, including making sure all company property is returned and if the employee is eligible for rehire.

    Overview of the HR Module in Microsoft Dynamics GP - terminationThis is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the HR module in GP. Request a demo to see more of the in-depth functionality.

    by DFC Consultants

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