Infor Lawson Global HR
Benefits, Absence Management, Action Requests, and Employee/Manager Space
Configuring Global HR for Great Human Resources
Infor Lawson Global HR serves as a company’s core HR system of record. It houses data for each employee and automates tedious and time-consuming tasks. This frees up time to focus on organizational strategy and making sure talent aligns with goals. When paired with Infor Lawson Talent Management (LTM), optimizing your workforce gets even easier.
But, as you might know, “HR transformation” through Infor Lawson Global HR is easier said than done. Implementation is not plug-and-play. It requires time, a high level of technical knowledge, and a thorough understanding of business process optimization. GHR is the hub of Lawson, so its proper configuration not only impacts use of the tool itself but of every single integration downstream.
That’s where we come in. Surety Systems—an Infor Delivery Partner—has senior-level Infor Lawson Global HR consultants ready to help. Whether you are transitioning from S3, implementing Global HR for the first time, or need help customizing the employee/manager space—we will ensure you’re configured for success. HR is more than hiring, retiring, and firing. Count on Surety to help your team become more productive, connected, and effective.
Ready to shift your HR focus from administration to strategy? Let’s chat.
Hospital Acquisition Calls for Need to Unify Lawson Systems
When a local community hospital with 2,000 employees was acquired by a much larger 10,000-person system, the organizations needed to establish a unified Lawson system. See how Surety merged the two implementations and moved from S3 to Landmark and Global Human Resources (GHR).
Preparing Lawson ESS for Open Enrollment
Just as you review all the various benefits packages you offer your employees, you want to spend some time prior to open enrollment reviewing information within your ESS system to ensure everything is configured correctly. Here's a list of areas you should review.
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