New HR Kiosk Video Explains the Many Uses for Employee Self service
Employee self service (ESS) is revolutionizing human resources. This technology is freeing HR professionals from the relentless paper-pushing that once defined the field. Last year, the American Payroll Association reported that 82% of American workers have access to online self-service portals. Employees can securely log in for tasks such as viewing personalized pay and benefits information.
Self-service technology leader Advanced Kiosks has long been at the forefront of helping companies bridge the gap between their online resources and their employees. This week’s video release summarizes how interactive kiosks are used to bolster ESS initiatives in any industry.
The HR Employee Kiosk video explains how employees who don’t have access to a PC at work can utilize ESS for a variety of human resource tasks. Paystub information and benefit enrollment/changes are just the beginning of what’s possible. Businesses are using HR kiosks for employee training, surveys, OSHA compliance, form printing & scanning and much more. Hardware options expand functionality with bar code or ID card scanners. Add VoIP handsets to directly connect workers to HR personnel when a personal touch is needed.
This HR kiosk video also highlights how Advanced Kiosks continues to lead the way in HR kiosk integration. Advanced Kiosks was the first kiosk manufacturer to enable document scanning and uploading directly to clients’ HR databases. They now offer out-of-the-box software compatible with SAP, Oracle, Kronos and many other major HR platforms.
For more information on the newly released video or the HR Documentation Kiosk, please download the Human Resources Kiosk Brochure or contact the Advanced Kiosks Technical Sales Team at (603) 865-1000.
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For over 16 years, Advanced Kiosks has been an innovator and leader in the development of self service technology. All products arebacked by an unmatched 3 Year Warranty and a robust technical support program.
Written by Amy Robison, contributing author