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Steve Hurst

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06th December 2018

Many fast-growing companies believe they should only start thinking about bringing in an HR system and department once they reach that critical Dunbar’s number (between 100-150 employees), as this is when traditional cognitively active relationships are maxed out and we stop knowing who one another are. However from an HR management perspective, there are a multitude of other data points to keep track of on each employee – especially when it comes to payroll, benefits, performance management, reporting relationships, and a host of other bits HR needs to look after.

A highly intuitive and quickly comprehensible interface and system of record can help you avoid a heavy-handed HR intervention, devolve decision-making and HR activity to managers and employees, and carry on working and growing with intelligence, capability and insight into your talent teams.

Join us as Jeff Wellstead, HR tech expert and founder of Big Bears Partners, takes us through the importance of utilizing the right tools at the right time to help you maintain a positive employee experience as you grow.

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