Compliance Automation Software
Choosing an employee compliance tracking system for an organization involves a thorough evaluation of the software, assessing its benefits against organizational needs. Organizations can benefit from an automated system that eliminates manual data entry and enables employees to report their compliance status from any device. Such a system also allows organizations to document and store proof of compliance, ensuring all documents are ready for audits and reports.
VPs of HR within US-based midsize to large corporations can begin the selection process by identifying and defining compliance objectives. These objectives should reflect the most important needs of the organization, such as tracking and reporting deadlines, documenting compliance decisions, and monitoring compliance with laws, regulations, and policies.
Once the objectives have been established, HR professionals should assess their current in-house compliance capabilities, and then determine what features an automated system would need to meet these objectives. Examples include user-friendly dashboards with customisable reporting capabilities, automated alerts when deadlines are approaching, and the ability to assign tasks to employees.
The next step is to select and research available software options, reviewing data security, disaster recovery processes, ease of use, customer service, and pricing. VPs of HR should also consider the technical skills in the organization, ensuring that the software can be easily deployed and used. Additionally, the system should enable them to monitor, measure, and analyse employee compliance performance.
Finally, the VP of HR can set up a pilot program with the chosen provider, and then, after gathering feedback from users, decide whether the software meets their needs or needs to be altered in some way. This will help them decide if the system is a good fit for their organization.