Watch the Webinar: HR Forms Library for Infor GHR with Yoga Forms™

Human Resources forms are stubborn things. You can be live on Infor GHR, or any other ERP HCM module, but probably still sending and receiving important employee information using physical and handwritten forms. Physical forms present a risk to any Human Resources department and your GHR solution because they can produce incomplete or inaccurate information, create delays in hiring and compensation, or they can just get lost – never to be found again.

Yoga is RPI’s proprietary software platform that exists to bridge the gap between your business processes and ERP, in this case the gap between collecting important employee information and getting it into Infor. Using Yoga Forms, RPI Consultants is now offering an out-of-the-box Human Resources Forms Library that includes the most commonly used and required forms in HR. The benefit of using Yoga Forms and our HR Forms Library is rapid deployment and discrete data integration with your GHR solution.

In this webinar, Melissa Olson, Practice Director of RPI’s Human Capital Management team, and John Marney, Practice Manager of RPI’s Content & Process Automation team, offer a deep dive into Yoga Forms and our new out-of-the-box HR Forms Library.

Transcript

Melissa Olson:

Okay. I guess we lost John, but in…

John Marney:

I’m on the phone.

Melissa Olson:

Okay, so I’ll just get us started. Hey.

John Marney:

Cool, thanks.

Melissa Olson:

Six minutes late, and I just moved over the weekend, didn’t realize what my camera would capture, so I don’t always live in disarray; you can tell by the way this is going today. But we’re doing a presentation today. We’re Yoga Forms, which you’ll learn a little bit about if you’ve never heard of the term or the product, and how it can help just automate your HR forms or any kind of forms that are related to your employee process. So, it could be IT forms. We’ll kind of get into some examples. With that, my name is Melissa Olson. I’m the HCM practice director at RPI Consultants. I’ve been with RPI about eight years. Before that I had a long and storied career in the Lawson space as a programmer, and then as an HRIS manager, so I’ve sat in both sides. I live in Dallas. As you see, I just moved.