From pay stubs to performance management and even a self-service help desk, employees and managers no longer need to navigate multiple systems.•
ConnectMe can increase automation and speed to resolution while removing the reliance on HR through self-help tools integrated with backend HR systems.•
ConnectMe enhances the employee experience through digital HR service delivery and helps HR leaders bring focus during this time of organizational disruption.•
Built on the Salesforce platform, ConnectMe sits on top of a company's existing technology and organizes disparate systems, while leveraging core capabilities such as chatter, community, and case management.•
ConnectMe’s mobile application and user friendly design gives employees access to the information they need whenever and wherever they need it.•
HR teams can get back to focusing on improving the overall business, and employees can get quick, simple solutions in a self-help environment.
The ConnectMe case management dashboard offers customizable performance measures to establish service level agreements, while capturing and analyzing HR interactions.
ConnectMe can build the capabilities of HR organizations by leveraging Bersin by Deloitte content and knowledge base articles allowing HR to use insights and analytics to continuously improve, evolve, and operate as “One HR.”
ConnectMe can transform the HR function and allow it to operate as "One HR" to better enable the service delivery model. It also gives organizations the ability to focus internally on HR to build a community, drive collaboration, and operate as a unified HR function.
ConnectMe's enhanced customization platform includes specific content modules that meet the needs of both managers and employees.
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