When companies have up-to-date HR software solutions, it will help keep the entire hiring process running smoothly. Human resource teams must have a comprehensive understanding of which departments need extra assistance, and how they can best benefit from having more workers.
Additionally, HR software will cut down on paperwork, giving human resource employees more time to work with other team members, ensuring that they are comfortable in their working environment. Without superfluous paperwork—such as payroll and 401(k) information—HR managers will be able to devote the right amount of time to conducting interviews, which often will involve negotiations.
However, a recent CareerBuilder survey found that candidates might not be prepared to take part in these negotiations. In terms of job salary, research showed that 49 percent of applicants do not negotiate. Even so, 45 percent of employers surveyed said that they are willing to talk about salary terms.
Brent Rasmussen, president of CareerBuilder North America, explained to Forbes that salary negotiations can help reveal more about a candidate, something an employer should always be ready to learn about.
"In addition to a securing a bigger paycheck, it also shows the employer that you are someone who is driven and understands how to get the most out of a situation," Rasmussen said. "That can give them some insight into how you will approach your job."
When HR teams feel as if they do not have the right tools to conduct thorough interviews, it could make salary negotiations more difficult. Until they know exactly what their business needs, it will be challenging to remain flexible on salary. With the right HR software, companies of all sizes can ensure that their application process is thorough and yields the right employees.