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How Integrating LMS with HR System will Benefit You

HR Tech Outlook | Saturday, December 18, 2021

Attracting, Upskilling, and Retaining the right talent is critical for organizations to stay competitive and meet business objectives. Human Resources and Learning and Development teams both play crucial roles in this. Thus it stands to reason that the software and systems they use should function well together to maximize time and effort.

Fremont, CA: Integrating your LMS with your HR system allows your company to submit data just once and guarantees that it is automatically synchronized between your HR system and your learning platform, reducing the possibility of error and keeping your data up to date.

Reduce Data Errors and Keep your Records up to Date

Data redundancy occurs when the same information is stored in several systems, such as your workers' personal information in your LMS and HR systems. Aside from the costly time and resources spent inputting this data, redundant information can lead to data inaccuracies and errors, leading to less effective training and a loss of insights owing to inaccurate reporting.

Improved Reporting can Help You Identify Patterns

An LMS-HR connection lets you fill in the gaps in the data supplied by both systems, allowing you to see trends and patterns in your human resources and training programs.

Get a Bird's-Eye View of Your Abilities

Combining the metrics provided by your LMS – competencies, courses completed, or certifications – with Objective Key Result (OKR) and employee performance reports generated by your HR system offers a comprehensive overview of how your L&D programs are assisting in improving your workforce skills.

This demonstrates the influence of your training plan on your workers' career growth and helps reduce the gap between workplace training and the business's organizational goals.

Increase Student Involvement in Learning

A well-integrated HR system and LMS may have a massive impact on your entire organization. On the one hand, it increases your workforce's view of training since they will see a more apparent correlation between training and career advancement. On the other hand, having a comprehensive perspective of your workers, including their job title, duties, and learning progress, will allow you to personalize training for them and create more successful and exciting learning programs.

In today's digital age, businesses seek flexibility and customization. Companies look for solutions that best adapt to their needs and can be connected with the rest of their eLearning ecosystems rather than committing to a single, large piece of software for all of their employee and talent-related endeavors.

 

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