D365 for Talent is a new Human Capital Management (HCM) application that is cloud-based and utilizes Microsoft Common Data Services. The Talent application can be licensed as a stand-alone solution or part of the larger Unified Operations Dynamics 365 Plan. Keep reading to learn more.
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We hear about talent a lot. Our TVs are flooded with reality based talent shows—America’s Got Talent, Britain’s Got Talent, So You Think You Can Dance, American Idol, The Voice, and the list goes on and on. But today we will talk about a different kind of talent that’s has nothing to do with a strong set of pipes or balancing a bicycle on your nose.
D365 for Talent is a new Human Capital Management (HCM) application that is cloud-based and utilizes Microsoft Common Data Services. The Talent application can be licensed as a stand-alone solution or part of the larger Unified Operations Dynamics 365 Plan.
The Common Data Service is the Microsoft Azure–based business application model and storage mechanism for the Microsoft business application platform. Together with gateways and connectors, it forms the basis of business solutions that are created by using Microsoft Power BI, Microsoft PowerApps, and Microsoft Flow.
Who Needs Talent?
It starts with the hiring process, where LinkedIn integration drives improved candidate pipeline development and analytics data leads to smarter hiring decisions. Once a new employee joins the company, customized onboarding plans ensure that expectations are clearly communicated and that new hires make the right connections inside the company to support their success.
Dynamics 365 for Talent: Performance and HR Management Initiatives
The solution can tie performance management initiatives directly to incentive schemes, compensation packages, and employee engagement programs. Finally, managers can organize, monitor and analyze employee development initiatives to gauge the organization’s ability to transform today’s employees into tomorrow’s leaders.
Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Talent streamlines routine record keeping tasks and automates processes related to staffing your organization. These processes include employee retention, benefits administration, training, performance reviews, and change management. Dynamics 365 integrates seamlessly with LinkedIn Recruiter as well as other Applicant Tracking System (ATS) applications.
Dynamics 365 for Talent is based around three main concepts: Attract, Engage, Thrive
Attract: Hire the best talent faster by having visibility throughout the hiring process. A candidates LinkedIn profile is accessible and actionable within the solution. Interview scheduling can consider a candidate’s availability as well as the hiring team. Calendar invitations can be sent directly from the solution and the interview schedule is visible from either a candidate view or job posting. Hiring managers and interviewers enter feedback, hire/no hire recommendations and offer information. The HR team has one place to oversee the entire process.
Engage: Build high-performance agile teams. Customized Pre-boarding and Onboarding processes will set your new hires up for success with customized welcome packages, tracking required documents and first-day preparation. A new hire dashboard can keep your new talent in touch with key contacts and give managers and the new hire the ability to monitor the progress of critical onboarding tasks.
Thrive: Maximize the potential of your team. Dynamics 365 offers your talent a self-service approach from common HR tasks to visibility into career paths allowing them the power to drive their own career. It offers managers the ability to present a collaborative experience for learning management and skill tracking. Imagine the benefit of an evaluation process that transforms from an annual event to an ongoing growth experience.
Through Dynamics 365, your organization will have a complete view of the employee experience and allow you to provide your employees with an intuitive experience, your managers visibility and collaboration, and allow HR to deliver impactful programs.
Let us know if you’d like to learn more about Dynamics 365 for Talent.
Robbie Morrison has spent nearly 20 years helping customers build and deploy elegant technology and business solutions. From start-ups to enterprise-class organizations worldwide, his knowledge of the Microsoft Dynamics ecosystem and products helps Velosio customers maximize ROI on technology investments.
Today, Robbie serves Velosio customers in his role as Chief Solution Strategist where he provides thought leadership and manages the development of B2B solutions. Robbie received his MBA from the University of Georgia, Terry College of Business. https://www.linkedin.com/in/robbiemorrison
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