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How Heroes saves two working days a month using Bob’s automated workflows and integrations

Back when they were a company of just 15 people working out of London, Heroes decided to implement an HRIS for storing their people data. However, after a short time, they realized that it didn’t serve their needs and growth plans. They wanted an HR platform that was global, flexible, scalable, and able to integrate with their favorite tech tools. They found Bob and fully onboarded in just one month.

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HR audit

What is an HR audit?

An HR audit is a self-evaluation HR departments perform to assess their functionality and compliance with government regulations. HR auditing generally focuses on two domains: 1. Current practices and processes. For example, revamping the organization’s training and development program to include a wider variety of learning options or refining the recruitment process by rewriting the job descriptions. 2. HR KPIs. For instance, focusing on decreasing the absenteeism rate, time to hire, or time to fill.

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Gap analysis

What is a gap analysis?

A gap analysis in workforce planning is a process that looks at an organization’s workforce and its skills and compares it to the skills required to reach its key goals. It is used to identify potential deficiencies in an organization’s current workforce and abilities. Gap analyses aim to help an organization succeed by allowing it to make strategic plans for upskilling and hiring.

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Demo: Culture-focused onboarding with Bob

Learn how Bob is helping HR teams across the world create a smooth, successful, and enriching onboarding journey.

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Creating a hybrid work policy: Checklist and employee survey template

During the course of the COVID-19 pandemic, hybrid work emerged as an effective means of maintaining both productivity and employee wellbeing. So it’s no surprise that many companies now see the need to create a full hybrid work policy—often for the first time. Based on the results of our survey ‘The advantages of the hybrid work model’, we’ve created a checklist and employee survey template to help you construct your own hybrid work policy so that you can meet your company’s needs and look after your people’s wellbeing. This HR…

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Modernize your HR processes

How to solve company growing pains with an HRIS

Implementing a solid HRIS (human resource information system) is more important than ever before. HR leaders now have to find ways to onboard, offboard, and manage people who may work entirely in the office, fully remote across the globe, or in a hybrid capacity.

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Reinventing the employee experience

How do you build a great employee experience strategy to attract and retain talent? Watch this session for great insights from Kaitlyn Brown, Customer Success Lead, ANZ at HiBob and Jessie Ann Andersen, VP of People & Culture at Pintaria

How modern HR tech solves HR’s biggest challenges

A time of change: How modern HR tech solves HR’s biggest challenges

In this guide, we’ll explore why it’s essential to have access to centralized HR tools and resources and how HR technology will enable your business to flex and successfully adapt to today’s ever-changing work environment.

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How Elation Health grew over 50% in one year using Bob’s Core HR and Performance Management

To support their rapid growth, Elation Health wanted to replace the HRIS they had been using with a robust HR platform that could provide them with a fully customized performance management process, help build company culture, and support their people in multiple geographies. Following a detailed analysis of several platforms, Elation chose Bob.

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Occupational health

What is occupational health?

Occupational health (OH) is a branch of medicine that focuses on preventing work-induced illnesses and injuries and promoting wellbeing in the workplace. It originates from the findings of the 17th century Dr. Bernardino Rammazini, who documented a causal relationship between his mineworker patient's exposure to toxins and their illnesses.

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Why CHROs make great CEOs

From CHRO to CEO: The case for the next step up in your career

Today, CHROs play an integral role in the upper echelons of the business structure. In fact, a CHRO often serves as a key adviser to the CEO—a trusted right hand that will make presentations to the board and focus on leadership and strategy implementation. But when it comes to the aspirations of CHROs, the main question is—why stop there?

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Revenue per employee (RPE)

What is revenue per employee?

Revenue per employee (RPE) is a financial metric that measures the average profit each employee contributes. Revenue per employee allows organizations to determine the efficiency, productivity, and profitability of each employee and the company as a whole.

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Great onboarding takes a village

10 tips for creating first-class onboarding processes

I’ve led onboarding program builds more times than I can count. What I’ve learned through these experiences is that creating a great onboarding program is hard. It takes time, immense cross-functional collaboration, and no matter how hard we try, the job is never done. As your company evolves, so must your onboarding program.

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Diversity management

What is the meaning of diversity management?

Diversity management is an organizational process used to promote diversity and inclusion in the workplace. This process involves implementing policies and strategies in hiring, management, training, and more. The goals of diversity management are to promote fairness and equality and benefit from the advantages of a diverse organization.

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Keeping cultures people-centric

The positive impact of people-centric approaches on the employee experience

“Who are you?” is a question that every professional receives at least once throughout their career, either during an interview, when meeting their manager for the first time, or when doing a company-wide intro upon starting a new job. The most common answer centers on professional achievements, skills, and experience. It's a well-known fact that candidates usually focus on their professional lives when replying to this question during the hiring process.

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