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HR Gets a Dose of Science

Tuesday, February 6, 2007
Human resources departments are embracing software that brings
efficiency, rigor and ROI to the art of managing people_ Imagine
placing an electronic order to hire an employee the same way a factory
manager uses ERP software to order more parts for the assembly line.
Thats roughly whats happening at Oregon Health & Science University
(OHSU). And the payoff is significant: The university is filling job
openings two weeks faster than it once did and saving at least $1,500
per job now that its using Oracle Corp.s iRecruitment software. The
iRecruitment application, part of Oracle's E-Business Human Resources
Management System (EHRMS) suite, enables managers to electronically
request a new employee and process applications. The software handles
most of the time-consuming administrative work, including routing
requisition forms to the appropriate managers and posting the job on
the Web site. "We wanted to be able to open a job requisition in the
morning and have qualified candidates in the afternoon," says Joe
Tonn, director of HR information services at the university.

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