• TRAINING AND CERTIFICATIONS

    iSolved’s HR Can Handle Training, Certifications, Even OSHA Reporting Needs

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Do your employees have to attend a particular amount of training each year? Do they need special licenses to legally perform their job? All employers need an organized way to keep track of training, licenses, and certifications for your employees. You’ll need to keep the records in their personnel file, find a way to remember upcoming expiration dates of licenses and certifications, and make a list of employees that need to have more training.

Embedded in iSolved are advanced tools to help you manage the entire process of tracking training programs and certification expirations. Benefits include the capability to:

  • Identify an expiring certification in a timely manner.
  • Manage employee certification by accessing the certificates anytime, anywhere.
  • Permit employees to upload their own certification documents into the system, which will automatically forward the new certifications to the designated person at your company for review.
  • Send automated expiration alerts every 120 Days, 90 Days, 60 Days, 30 Days and every day below 30 days.
  • Email expiration alerts to the employee and training officer.
  • Track unlimited employee certifications.
  • Send email reminders weekly or as needed to managers as well as individual employees reminding them of expired or soon-to-expired certifications, thus minimizing out-of-compliance status.
  • Establish the cost basis for each certification.
  • Add certification type according to your company’s need, such as DMT, ADC Card Diver, QMS Auditor, TWIC, Forklift Driver, etc.
  • Locate employee certification quickly through the advanced search feature.
  • Maintain all employee certification information electronically.
  • Upload certificates securely to the application.
  • Eliminate additional programming; all features and functions can be accessed from the application interface.
  • Target reminders directly to employees regarding their expired or upcoming certification renewal.

Terminations Can Be Easier with baronHCM Tools To Help You

How an employer handles firing or laying off an employee on the front end can make all the difference imaginable on how the separation of employment actually takes place. A well-executed, carefully planned employee termination can avoid any serious stir in the workplace.

The Employee Termination report is only available during the termination process. It lists information regarding any direct deposits, garnishments, leave accruals, scheduled earnings and deductions. This report also lists any company assets that the employee has been assigned that will need to be returned before the employee’s departure.

For customers with the COBRA Integration service, data resulting from the termination is automatically sent to the COBRA Event System to prepare the required Qualifying Event Notice. Data included: benefit end reason, COBRA eligible benefits and coverage codes, and any dependents enrolled in the plans.

Our Workforce Management System Helps In OSHA Reporting Too

Under the OSHA Act, employers are responsible for providing a safe and healthful workplace. OSHA’s mission is to assure safe and healthful workplaces by setting and enforcing standards, and by providing training, outreach, education and assistance. Employers must comply with all applicable OSHA standards. Employers must also comply with the General Duty Clause of the OSHA Act, which requires employers to keep their workplace free of serious recognized hazards.

OSHA is now requiring certain employers to submit detailed annual reports of workplace injuries and illnesses (data employers are already required to record) electronically.

Officially taking effect January 2017, OSHA will analyze the data to use its compliance resources more efficiently. The amount of data submitted will vary depending on the size of company and industry and some of the data will also be posted to the OSHA website. This data will be cleared of Personally Identifiable Information (PII) before being posted online, according to OSHA.

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