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RPA Applications in HR Management

RPA (Robotic Process Automation) has emerged as a tool that digitizes the work done by humans after machines. After the second half of 2018, it started to be implemented rapidly in Turkey. Especially in the finance and telco sectors. Recently, it has begun to draw attention with its applications in human resources management.

In RPA, robots aim to minimize human effort and time by automatically performing time-consuming operations such as understanding screens, identifying and extracting data and navigating between systems.

So what does RPA mean in HR processes?

In HR, RPA appears to be support automation. For example, it automates time-consuming tasks such as filtering suitable candidate profiles for recruitment. In this way, repeated operations in administrative work are no longer time-consuming for employees. RPA automation in HR processes can appear as a system that helps companies reduce costs and human effort. On the contrary to the thoughts when RPA mentioned it is not the robots who decide for recruitment but, the last decision depends on HR.

The areas where RPA is used most efficiently in HR processes can be as;

Employee training and relations

Recruitment processes

Social and fringe benefits

Performance management

Data management and HR analytics

In companies that do not use RPA, IT support is a need for software automation in some processes in human resources. The effect of RPA on technology is that it regulates different software and desktop applications and provides a simple use.

To summarize RPA in HR processes;

By allowing robots to manage repetitive processes, you can transcribe information from different sources and reduce the cost of recruitment.

You can automatically verify the data and transfer it to the systems. You can check the inconsistencies and updates between this data faster.

By automatically completing the collected and verified entries, you can reduce the cost of human resources employees and save time.

By recording all the actions taken, you can create fully controllable and compliant work.

Although RPA is not the only automation solution for HR, it offers a competitive advantage for companies whose use is growing. Therefore, taking advantage of RPA in HR processes will increase the efficiency of employees and companies while reducing time and cost. It will add increased value to your company day by day.