7 Reasons why Companies are Opting for HR Cloud in Riyadh

When companies start expanding, the demand for HR and their responsibilities amplifies immensely. Most of the work was handled manually before the introduction of HRMS. However, as the world of technology is revolutionizing, organizations are recruiting more employees, causing a lot of data to pile up.

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How Useful Is HR Cloud in UAE?

When it comes to using HR software applications, businesses have two options: either opt for in-house software managed by their IT department or go for HR Cloud Software Applications. While the first option has been in use for lots of years, people are finally moving to cloud-based software delivery.

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How HR Cloud in Egypt Can Help Reduce Your HR Burden

Keeping up with the HR needs of a growing business and workforce can have a considerable impact on your efficiency. After all, staying compliant, managing paperwork and approving requests for information are distractions that can derail you from your strategic focus. This, ultimately, has a negative effect on your bottom-line. However, with a cloud-based HR system in place, you can easily manage your growing HR needs, allowing you to focus solely on your business.

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HR Cloud in Saudi Arabia: 3 Reasons Why it Makes Perfect Sense

In this increasingly digital age, more and more businesses, both big and small, are using the cloud in their day-to-day operations. Come to think of it, why wouldn’t they? After all, operating in the cloud offers companies the opportunity to compete in ways they never thought possible. Not only it provides greater security, but allows massive amounts of data to be stored safely and securely without breaking the bank.

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The Transition from Manual Processes To HR Cloud in Saudi Arabia

If you are neck deep in paperwork and spending most of your time going through piles and piles of paper without getting anywhere, your business is in dire need of HR cloud in Saudi Arabia. It’s about time you move away from manual processes and make your life more convenient. Spreadsheets and papers are obsolete for business purposes. You have looked at other successful businesses, spoken to many professionals and maybe even seen a demo or two. So, get down to business and start realizing the value an HR cloud will bring to your business.

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Factors to Consider before Purchasing HR SaaS in Riyadh

HR SaaS has rapidly developed into a crucial tool for businesses, enabling owners and employees to access self-service portals, payroll info, benefits data, and other metrics easily. SaaS models of HR management software are managed by vendors, which means owners aren’t required to invest in expensive software or hardware. This ensures significant cost savings.

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Train New Hires Using HR Cloud in UAE

An HR Cloud in UAE can significantly streamline your HR functions and that’s the beauty of it. The application does most of the work for you, which means you are free to do more important tasks, such as training new hires. On the job training is excellent for improving employee morale, communication and to encourage valuable skills that will help them become better at their job roles.

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An HR Cloud in Dubai Is The Best Way To Keep Your Data Secure

Keeping an HR cloud secure is easier said than done. How do you keep something safe when you can’t even see it? It’s not like a tangible item, such as a physical server, that you can touch or lock in your office and for this reason it’s harder to secure the cloud. However, the cloud is as real as any other server and just because you can’t see or touch anything physical, it doesn’t mean the security of your HR cloud in Dubai should be on faith.

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Don’t Fall for These Misconceptions about HR Cloud in Dubai

HR in the cloud is a relatively recent concept as far as businesses in the Middle East are concerned. Yet, businesses which want to gain an edge on the competition have to innovate and invest in an HR cloud system. Otherwise, they are likely to lose out on the top talent in the market. However, there is a chance you are apprehensive about going ahead and spending money on HR Cloud in Dubai, it is likely that you have read or heard about the misconceptions about these systems. Let’s debunk some of the most common ones:

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MenaITech reinforces the importance of supporting the health sector, and sponsors the medical forum Autism Disease

Amman – Committed to supporting the education and health industries, and assuring its social responsibility in raising awareness about unfamiliar diseases and means of fighting them to reach a cure, MenaITech – specialized in Human Resource and Organization Management systems- has sponsored the 7th medical student forum in Jordan under the title “Autism Disease”, in March, 2015.

MenaITech was the silver sponsor of this forum that was organized by The Hashemite University under the support of the Dean of the medical school, Dr. Nidal Younis and Dr. Samir Naji. The event aimed to introduce the causes of autism and how to deal with children who are autistic. It included interactive sessions organized by the students, and highlighted the importance of immersing those children in the local community.

Dr. Bashar Hawamdeh, CEO of MenaITech said that this sponsorship comes from the company’s responsibility towards its society, and because it cares about helping the health sector raise awareness about such uncommon diseases like autism, as it is a vital sector and a foundation for long economic and social growth, noting that large and growing percentage of the company’s social responsibility is directed towards education, health, sports, entrepreneurship and other fields influencing the life of the Jordanian community.

It is noted that the International Federation of Medical Students’ Associations (IFMSA) is an independent non-governmental, and non-political union that includes medical student associations from around the world. It was founded in 1951 and was recognized by the United Nations as a non-government organization. The federation is currently active in 103 countries maintaining 108 member organizations with over 1.2 million students globally.