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Human Resources are inviting staff to a series of roadshows throughout April to demonstrate the new CORE HR system.
CORE HR is the new self-service system that will automate key HR functions such as payroll, expenses and absence management, allowing staff to initiate their own HR processes and take ownership of their personal information.
In preparation for the system going live in May, members of the Project Team will be showcasing the system and providing demonstrations of key functions to staff and managers. Staff will be able to view the processes relevant to their roles in a live system, with step-by-step explanations and the opportunity to ask questions of the CORE HR experts.
Frances Hewison, Deputy HR Director, says:
“CORE HR will affect all staff and we are keen to ensure that they are properly prepared when the system goes live. The goal of the roadshows is to familiarise staff with the system and the key functions that they will be using, ensuring a smooth transition when the system is launched.”
Caragh Molloy, Programme Manager, added:
“The roadshows give staff the opportunity to see CORE HR in action ahead of time and raise questions directly to the CORE HR Project Team. It is a good way for staff to become comfortable and confident using CORE HR ready for when the system goes live.”
The roadshows are scheduled to take place on the following dates:
Friday 11th April 2014 2pm Math-027
Wednesday 16th April 2014 2pm Lecture Theatre D – Central Teaching Hub
Friday 25th April 2pm Lecture Theatre D – Central Teaching Hub
If you would like to register for a roadshow, please send an email to LPP@liverpool.ac.uk stating your name, role and preferred date.
For more information on CORE HR, please visit www.liv.ac.uk/intranet/hr/lpp or email LPP@liverpool.ac.uk .
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