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Welsh fire service gets HR the help of Nottinghamshire experts

North Wales Fire and Rescue Service is optimising its HR and payroll processes by partnering with Nottinghamshire-based specialist MHR.

The Service might be using MHR’s cloud-based iTrent system to raise control over its 900 employees via the streamlining of many core administrative tasks, including online recruitment, payroll and absences, while increasing self-service functionality to empower employees to remain more self-sufficient and deliver new levels of engagement.

Meanwhile, the implementation of data analytics will enable North Wales Fire & Rescue Need to gain critical business insight from the data.

David Coates, Project Implementation Manager, said: “We are eager for partnering with MHR over the implementation of iTrent to ensure our HR and related processes are as efficient as they can. Streamlining tasks that had been previously completed manually will improve our core processes and improve accuracy of information.

“MHR carries with it an excellent history of delivering effective software through the emergency services and public sector, along with the functionality, mobile responsiveness and user-friendliness of iTrent means to generate significant efficiency gains forward motion.”

Anton Roe, Founder at MHR said: “Were delighted to have a very new partner in North Wales Fire & Rescue Service as it looks to boost its HR function with new digital methods for working.

“iTrent will help North Wales Fire & Rescue Service consolidate management informationand speed up core tasks for payroll, HR, recruitment, while data analytics will give you the insight they have to make accurate informed business decisions.”

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