What You Need to Know
Without modern technology for human capital management (HCM) and the advancements in automation it has to offer, HR is unnecessarily inefficient. This inefficiency can be especially pronounced at small organizations, where, typically, nothing at all aside from email, spreadsheets and paper is in place to manage it. It is this inefficiency that usually compels such organizations to seek relief. Here is where many potential pitfalls lurk. Choose the wrong solution, and the organization sets itself up for long-term difficulties in exchange for, possibly, short-term relief. Any organization that finds a trusted partner to help navigate the HCM vendor landscape and choose a capable solution and implement it in a capable way goes a long way in sparing itself future frustration (3Sixty Insights BWSCS20121 – isolved Partners with a Nonprofit Client to Deepen and Broaden HCM System Utilization, December 2020). Any partner committed to a long-term relationship after implementation and that promises onboarding support and training for new users is worth considering closely. The following pages recount the success one such small business, Kensington Bank, has experienced with AssetHR, an implementer of isolved.
About the Participant
Kensington Bank operates seven locations in central Minnesota and employs approximately 80 in staff. Founded in 1898, Kensington Bank is a recipient of the top rating, five stars, from Bauer Financial, an independent firm that has analyzed the financial condition of U.S. banks since 1983. Kensington Bank’s mission is “to be a trusted partner in the financial success of our customers one relationship at a time and give back to the communities we serve.” 3Sixty Insights spoke with Connie Isaacson, a twenty-two-year veteran of the company who is both vice president of HR for all of Kensington Bank and branch manager at the Cokato location.
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