Case Study: MND Association
For MND Association, making the charity a household name with the “Ice Bucket Challenge”, was just the tip of the iceberg. It’s essential that the organisation continues to raise awareness for this debilitating disease and working efficiently is key to the organisation’s success.
That means getting all employees on board with its vision. In this year’s seminar, presented by MND Association’s Head of HR, Peter Reeve’s core message is “Prepare, prepare, prepare…” as he talks about the process of procuring their HR System.
At this year’s CIPD HR Software Show, Peter Reeve and Eve Adu-Bofour gave an insightful presentation. They talked about how their project unfolded from initial competitive tender, through to the successful roll out of their chosen HR and Payroll system.
Peter spoke candidly about the challenges they were experiencing with the existing HR information system, and the necessity to change as their organisation continued to grow. The tender process was an opportunity for MNDA to really ‘leave no stone unturned’ and ensure that the HR system they procured met their exact requirements.
A significant number of charities and not-for-profit organisations are using Cascade HR Software. The nature of our highly configurable HRMS allows for organisations to get real value for money. It is essential that we provide them with a solution that meets their needs, and a project that comes in on schedule and on budget.
Jane Pointet, HR Director of Cascade’s parent company IRIS, shares her advice and opinions.
‘Prepare, prepare, prepare’, will be the message from Peter Reeve, Head of HR at the Motor Neurone Disease Association, when he takes to the stage at the 2015 CIPD HR Software Show
Ahead of the HR Software Show 2015, we reflect on some seminars from previous years. In this feature we will look back on the presentation by our client Sarah Lowe, HR Manager for Sika Limited.
To what extent can a system encourage a non-discriminatory approach, employee satisfaction and compliance, whilst minimising the administrative burden and disruption imposed on an organisation?