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Venture Housing Association selects Dinamiks as its employee performance management tool

September 4th 2012. Venture Housing Association has selected Dinamiks as its employee performance management tool and purchased a 12 month licence to use the online tool for all staff, including management.

Venture, which owns and manages 1300 homes in Liverpool and the Wirral, will use Dinamiks to align business goals and objectives to the annual Personal Development Review (PDR) process.

Developed by Chichester-based Dinamiks Ltd, Dinamiks is a cloud application that dispenses with need at the customer end for software installation and time consuming updates. Customers manage it themselves to give an easy and quick way to initiate and process PDRs and other functions.

Graeme Freeman, Business Improvement Co-ordinator at Venture, said all 33 staff, including management, will use it and be able to see at a glance where they are in their individual personal development plan, as part of their ongoing professional development.

“What we liked about Dinamiks is that it’s an online tool that fully automates the appraisal and other processes and keeps the information in one place,” Freeman said, “while mitigating the risks we would face if we hosted a solution ourselves.

“And unlike other solutions we looked at, it was designed for SMEs and so is not loaded with features we don’t need, as the bigger solutions are.”

Shirley Barnes, Client Relationship Director, Dinamiks Ltd, welcomed Venture as the latest in a string of new customers, which join a client base that is spread over three continents.

About Venture Housing Association

Venture was formed in the early 1970s by a group of Liverpool professionals working on a voluntary basis. The first development of two bedroom flats was completed in 1974 and, in 1976, the association appointed its first full-time member of staff. Today, the association owns and manages 1300 homes in Liverpool and the Wirral.

Today, Venture now employs 33 members of staff but the organisation is still controlled by a voluntary Board of Management.More at www.vha.org.uk

Dinamiks at a glance

Dinamiks at a glance

Dinamiks is proven, as online appraisal software, across continents. Available 24/7 via secure web access, it reduces costs and inefficiencies, develops and motivates staff, helps management appraisal, aligns employees with business goals, helps deliver up to the minute appraisals, improves HR processes, shows where training or coaching is required – and helps with compliance and employment law across sectors.

Dinamiks also provides for a personal development plan for recording progress against planned development targets. More at: www.dinamiks.com

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Note to the press. For further information please contact:

Graeme Freeman, Business Improvement Co-ordinator,
Tel (+44) (0)151 2612100 graeme.freeman@ventureha.co.uk

Shirley Barnes, Client Relationship Director, Dinamiks Ltd
Tel (+44) (0)1243 538835 shirley@dinamiks.com

Or Paul Whitehead, Western Associates PR
(+44) (0)1403 711177 paul@western-pr.com

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Dinamiks Ltd appoints Dawn Russell Consulting Ltd as a channel partner for its online employee performance management tool

August 15th 2012, Chichester. Dinamiks Ltd, the developer of Dinamiks, the online employee performance management tool, has appointed Dawn Russell Consulting Ltd – dawnrussell.org.uk – as a channel partner with a specialism in the SME and housing association sectors.

The appointment allows West Malling [Kent]-based Dawn Russell Consulting to provide Dinamiks as a new service offering.

Proven in the UK and across continents, Dinamiks is a UK-developed cloud application designed for use in employee performance management, talent management, identifying why some staff are star performers, compliance, the support of personal development plans – and ensuring all staff pull in the same direction to the benefit of the employer organisation.

Dawn Russell’s company joined the channel partner programme “first, because Dinamiks provides the tools businesses need to manage the performance process within their organisations, and secondly, because it aligns objectives to business goals, which focuses everyone on the main drivers for business success and growth, she said.”

Improving staff efficiency should be paramount at all times, but is especially so now, she said, adding, “I’m a passionate advocate of information and performance efficiency across a business. It’s particularly relevant in 2012 – and looking ahead to 2013 – when businesses need to make sure their staff perform the right tasks to ensure that all aspects of the business pull together.”

Dawn Russell

Shirley Barnes, Client Relationship Director, Dinamiks Ltd, welcomed Dawn Russell Consulting as a channel partner. “We are pleased to have Dawn’s company on board to let SMEs and housing associations know that Dinamiks can help them maintain or improve high levels of service while reducing costs or preventing them from rising,” she said.

About Dawn Russell Consulting

Founded in 2010 by Dawn Russell after working in blue chip management consultancies in London, social housing and financial organisations, Dawn Russell Consulting helps SMEs implement business and process changes, including analysing and assessing current ways of working, advising on service improvements and system and solution implementations; developing training materials and delivering training to staff; developing policies, procedures and operating manuals to support implementations and new ways of working – ensuring the full information management lifecycle is supported.

More via dawn@dawnrussell.org.uk

Dinamiks at a glance

Available 24/7 via secure web access; reduces costs and inefficiencies; develops and motivates staff; aligns employees’ objectives with the business goals; helps deliver up-to-the-minute appraisals and saves a huge amount of time in the appraisals process; helps in the setting up of competency frameworks; shows where training or coaching and/or other development is required; helps with compliance [including Bribery Act 2010 issues] and employment law; helps with ePDPs; identifies the stars and poor performers; aligns business goals and objectives to the annual Personal Development Review [PDR].

Dinamiks also provides for a personal development plan for recording progress against planned development targets. More at: http://www.dinamiks.com

 

 

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Note to the press.  For further information please contact:

Dawn Russell, Dawn Russell Consulting,

Tel (+44) (0)1732 848374 | 07800 945116

dawn@dawnrussell.org.uk

Shirley Barnes, Client Relationship Director, Dinamiks Ltd

Tel (+44) (0)1243 538835  shirley.barnes@ikdevelopments.com

Or Paul Whitehead, Western Associates PR

(+44) (0)1403 711177  paul@western-pr.com

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Jordan International Bank purchases licence to use Dinamiks, the online employee performance management tool

July 9th 2012. Jordan International Bank plc, the London based specialist in private banking, treasury, trade finance, real estate and structured property finance, has purchased a licence to use Dinamiks, the online employee performance management tool.

“Dinamiks will help us meet our goal of being the leading Middle East banking partner in the UK in the provision of private and corporate banking services,” says CEO Mort Mirghavameddin.

Mirghavameddin added that the tool would also be used to manage and monitor performance development and, ultimately, training, and keeping an audit trail of FSA compliance while ensuring strict adherence to the bank’s values among all employees, including management. 

Greg Guilford, Operations Director of HR Solutions (Consultancy) Limited, who recommended Dinamiks to Mirghavameddin, said Dinamiks was born out of enhanced regulatory controls in UK financial services and was therefore an attractive proposition to offer to the banking sector.

He added that Dinamiks will deliver instant views of individual performance and compliance – and support the competencies of all employees as well as the bank’s values.

Competencies include technical expertise, innovation, leadership, teamwork, business focus, and creativity.

The bank’s values include integrity, a focus on excellence and collaborative team work, being risk aware while aiming to provide superior performance, and commitment to offering clientele a first class banking service.

Dinamiks at a glance

Developed by Dinamiks Ltd of Chichester, Dinamiks is proven across continents, available 24/7 via secure web access and reduces costs and inefficiencies, develops and motivates staff, aligns employees with business goals, helps deliver up to the minute appraisals, improves HR processes, shows where training or coaching is required – and helps with compliance and employment law across sectors.

More about Dinamiks at dinamiks.com

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For further information please contact:

Greg Guilford, HR Solutions (Consultancy) Limited

Tel (+44) (0) 0844 324 5840, gmg@hrsolutions-uk.com

Or  Shirley Barnes, Client Relationship Director, Dinamiks Ltd

Tel (+44) (0)1243 538835,  shirley@dinamiks.com

Or Paul Whitehead, Western Associates PR, (+44) (0)1403 711177

paul@western-pr.com 

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FORMAX places order for Dinamiks, the online employee performance management tool

June 28th 2012.  After a three month evaluation of Dinamiks, FORMAX – a global manufacturer of reinforced composite materials used in the automotive, wind energy and marine sectors – has purchased a licence to use the online employee performance and talent management tool.

Developed by Dinamiks Ltd of Chichester, Dinamiks will be used by FORMAX to “standardise the company’s appraisal process across departments and achieve greater efficiency for all staff – management included, ” says Oliver Wessely, Managing Director. “These were the core business drivers behind our decision to use an online tool like Dinamiks.”

The three month trial came after the Leicester-based company researched a range of employee performance solutions.

Dinamiks was chosen “because it appealed as a user friendly, online and good value option and impressed us with the customer support provided during our trial period – which has continued to be similarly responsive now that our subscription has gone live,”  Wessely said, adding:

“It can be run by managers almost totally on their own, which has the benefit of minimising the need for Human Resources staff to be involved in the appraisal process.”

Another benefit “is that the objectives set for senior managers have doubled as an agenda for monthly senior management meetings. That has helped with focus and ensuring objectives are attended to and met.”

Shirley Barnes, Client Relationship Director, Dinamiks Ltd, said FORMAX joins other leaders in their fields as users of Dinamiks, including firms in computer security, oil and gas, commercial property interior design, pharmaceutical manufacturing and marketing, and banking.

FORMAX is a leading global manufacturer of composite reinforcements, specialising in the production of lightweight carbon fibre multiaxials and highly engineered glass fibre and aramid fibres.

Dinamiks at a glance

Dinamiks is proven across continents, available 24/7 via secure web access, reduces costs and inefficiencies, develops and motivates staff, aligns employees with business goals, helps deliver up to the minute appraisals, improves HR processes, shows where training or coaching is required – and helps with compliance and employment law across sectors.

More about Dinamiks at http://www.dinamiks.com

More about FORMAX at http://www.formax.co.uk

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Note to the press. For further information please contact:

Or Shirley Barnes, Client Relationship Director, Dinamiks Ltd
Tel (+44) (0)1243 538835 shirley@dinamiks.com

Or Rob Wilder, Sales and Marketing Director, FORMAX (+44) (0) 1162 752 200 rob.wilder@formax.co.uk

Or Paul Whitehead, Western Associates PR, (+44) (0)1403 711177
paul@western-pr.com

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Content provider Immediate Network Ltd signs up for Dinamiks, the online employee performance management tool

March 27th, 2012 – Dinamiks Ltd, Chichester. Media content creator and  provider Immediate Network Ltd has bought an annual licence to use Dinamiks, the online employee performance management tool from Dinamiks Ltd.

Guildford-based Immediate Network will use Dinamiks to set objectives for employees and monitor their performance against these, says managing director John Blauth, adding, “This will be good for the business because it will bring us greater efficiency and deliver extra clarity as to how we set priorities and manage projects to completion.”

Blauth was motivated to bring Dinamiks to Immediate Network “because small business MDs are often less than excellent at being strategic people managers – and I’m no exception.

“Immediate Network is first-class at delivering content and communications for our clients, but we could not claim that our staff management is as good as it should be,” he says. ” That will change and a structured employee performance and objectives tool like Dinamiks will help.”

Blauth chose the tool “after online research indicated it would do what we want and do it cost-effectively” – and plans to take a hands on approach, with his operations director, to its rollout. “The principle underlying Dinamiks is brilliant,” he says.

About Immediate Network

Founded by journalist Blauth in 2000 as a contract publisher, Immediate Network provides written content to the aerospace, automotive, engineering, scientific and media sectors. Services include content for e-newsletters, customer magazines, brochures, press releases, websites, social media and exhibition material. The company also provides clients with press and sector digests. More at http://www.inluk.com

Dinamiks at a glance

Available 24/7 via secure web access; reduces costs and inefficiencies; develops and motivates staff; aligns employees’ objectives with the business goals; helps deliver up-to-the-minute appraisals and saves a huge amount of time in the appraisals process; helps in the setting up of competency frameworks; shows where training or coaching and/or other development is required; helps with compliance [including Bribery Act 2010 issues] and employment law; identifies the stars and poor performers.

Dinamiks also provides for a personal development plan for recording progress against planned development targets. More at: http://www.ikdevelopments.com

 

 

 

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Note to the press. For further information please contact:

Shirley Barnes, Client Relationship Director, Dinamiks Ltd
Tel (+44) (0)1243 538835 shirley.barnes@ikdevelopments.com

Or Paul Whitehead, Western Associates PR
(+44) (0)1403 711177 paul@western-pr.com

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It’s that time of the year, so – seven boxes to tick for employee performance appraisals, from Dinamiks Ltd

February 3rd 2012.  Chichester, UK.  The first quarter of any year is a common time to roll out, or start to  plan, employee performance appraisals. If they are paper based, these appraisals will be a time-consuming and laborious task, says Dinamiks Ltd, which provides an on-line solution and is extending its free trial offer from the usual seven to 21 days, valid if booked by March 31st 2012.

“Employee performance appraisal and management can improve business performance by a typical 10-20 per cent,” says Shirley Barnes, Client Relationship Director, Dinamiks Ltd – developer of Dinamiks, the online employee performance management solution.

“In cases where over-manning or poor performance hasn’t been properly identified and analysed, the figure can be above 30 per cent.”

Barnes recommends employers tick some boxes in order to optimise appraisals – which, she adds, can easily be run on a continuous or regular basis when an online solution is used.

Boxes to tick include (i) Key competency or competencies – the things staff are good at e.g. time management and working well to deadlines (ii) Skillset per employee – from administrative and computer skills to leadership abilities (iii) Ability of staff to meet business goals and company objectives (iv) Ability of staff to work well in a team (v) Are training or coaching? (vi) Compliance. Does each employee conform to the company’s values and to any external standards? (vii) Are personal development plans required for recording progress against planned development targets?

“Two questions to ask are whether or not the company uses an offline computer-based or online system” says Barnes, “and, if not, does it want to take appraisals and employee performance management to a new level?”

Dinamiks is used by SMEs across the UK and three continents for their annual and more regular appraisals, and for employee performance management. It is also used by companies with a global reach for appraising and managing remote teams and individuals – allowing them to ensure that staff performance – including the ability to stick to targets and meet goals on time, is closely monitored. More at http://www.ikdevelopments.com

Dinamiks at a glance

Available 24/7 via secure web access; reduces costs and inefficiencies;  develops and motivates staff; aligns employees’ objectives with the business goals; helps deliver up-to-the-minute appraisals and saves a huge amount of time in the appraisals process; helps in the setting up of competency frameworks; shows where training or coaching and/or other development is required; helps with compliance [including Bribery Act 2010 issues] and employment law; identifies the stars and poor performers.

Dinamiks also provides for a personal development plan for recording progress against planned development targets.

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Note to the press. For further information please contact:

Shirley Barnes, Client Relationship Director, Dinamiks Ltd
Tel (+44) (0)1243 538835 shirley.barnes@ikdevelopments.com

Or Paul Whitehead, Western Associates PR, (+44) (0)1403 711177
paul@western-pr.com

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The newly enhanced Dinamiks ensures businesses and organisations comply with The Bribery Act 2010, which came into effect this year

December 9th 2011, Chichester. Dinamiks Ltd has announced that its newly enhanced cloud-based compliance and employee performance management tool, Dinamiks, is capable of handling all Bribery Act 2010 compliance requirements.

The act came into effect on July 1st 2011 and amends and reforms UK criminal law while providing a legal framework from which to combat bribery, or attempted bribery, in the UK and internationally.

Dinamiks allows a business to ensure that all staff and management – including the board and, optionally, suppliers and external partners – are aware of the requirements of the act, provided the business inputs basic user information.

The act covers business kickbacks, corrupt commissions and other forms of illicit business payments that are used secure business or government contracts. The act also prohibits payments made to obtain a business advantage, such as expediting goods through customs, attempting to receive a more favourable tax treatment and influencing legislation.

“We have deepened the compliance capabilities of Dinamiks so that it can be used in complete confidence for Bribery Act 2010 compliance,” says Shirley Barnes, Client Relationship Director, Dinamiks Ltd.

“Specifically, Dinamiks can be used to implement compliance awareness objectives and development processes – and create proper records and an audit trail.”

Under the new offence of failure to prevent bribery, businesses are criminally responsible for bribes on their behalf by “Associated Persons” whether they know about them or not. There is a defence, that the business has in place “Adequate Policies” to prevent bribery.

What can a business do? It must do something, because all businesses operating in the UK are covered by the act.

The law can be summarised into four key crimes (i) bribing (ii) receiving a bribe (iii) bribing a foreign public official (iv) failing to prevent bribery.

Barnes says that compliance awareness objectives and development processes form one of the planks of an “Adequate Policies” approach that fits all businesses:

*Drive the initiative from the top
*Conduct risk assessment for your business
*Develop a plan to close gaps
*Review existing related polices and create new ones
*Include agents and other service providers in the awareness
*Implement compliance awareness objectives and development processes
*Seek external support

“It is critical for businesses, government departments and other types of organisation to maintain proper books and records and ensure total transparency of payments made, corporate hospitality given and to whom,” says Barnes, “and in addition that on a predetermined calendar cycle, all employees read and understand all the policies associated with good practices, to prevent bribery.”

Dinamiks at a glance

Available 24/7 via secure web access, Dinamiks reduces costs and inefficiencies, develops and motivates staff, aligns employees with business goals, helps deliver up to the minute appraisals, improves HR processes, shows where training or coaching is required – and helps with compliance and employment law across sectors.  More at dinamiks.com

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Note to the press. For further information please contact:

Shirley Barnes, Client Relationship Director, Dinamiks Ltd
Tel (+44) (0)1243 538835 shirley@dinamiks.com

Or Paul Whitehead, Western Associates PR, (+44) (0)1403 711177 paul@western-pr.com

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Businesses can use Agency Workers Regulations 2011 to be more effective – and profitable

That is what Shirley Barnes of Dinamiks Ltd argues at Sourcing Focus, and she backs it up with stats that show a good ROI and released capacity.

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http://www.sourcingfocus.com/site/opinionscomments/4381/

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Case study: Developing staff – and the business – at The Interiors Group, with Dinamiks, an online approach to employee performance management

The Interiors Group provides high quality office interior fit out and refurbishment solutions.  The firm works closely with architects, interior designers, property agents and other parties to achieve the desired result.

Key point and main goal:  the group takes full responsibility for every project in order to deliver the best possible working environment.

The Interiors Group is based in the UK and has recently launched its United Arab Emirates operation, in Abu Dhabi.

A completed project

The driver for change

The Interiors Group sees staff as an asset and, in the words of the group’s Financial Director Mark Pilkington, “it is important that they are given the tools to work effectively, in order for the group to deliver the best possible service.”

For many years those tools comprised a paper based employee performance  appraisal system. “Paper has its limitations and so one thing the board has been keen to do is to implement more automated systems,” says Pilkington. “We believe the objective setting/review/appraisal process is an important one, both from the company and the employee point of view.

“Automation was seen as the way forward because it provides speed as well as flexibility within a framework, and a foundation upon which additional tools – such as competencies and brand values – could be added by the supplier.”

Pilkington adds that The Interiors Group has always measured competencies and was looking for a competency measurement and analysis tool to be added to the automated employee performance management system that was selected.

The group selected the new, web-based Dinamiks – developed by Chichester-based Dinamiks Ltd – as its system of choice in early 2010.

“We chose Dinamiks because it met all our criteria – a web-based system that automated much of the review/appraisal process,” says Pilkington.  “We also wanted (i) something that would be easy to learn and use and (ii) a system through which employees could see and monitor their progress.”

“Dinamiks doesn’t just focus on the ‘what are you going to get done during your employment with us,’ but also gives staff the chance to highlight areas for personal development and training, which is important to us as a company.”

“As a business, we are growing very rapidly and it is important that staff, including line managers, are not swallowed up by paper and procedures.  Automation would move us away from those issues.”

Gaining buy-in to the new approach

New initiatives in any type of organisation can meet with acceptance or opposition, or a mix of the two. At The Interiors Group, buy-in to the use of Dinamiks was helped by two factors, as Pilkington explains. “All members of staff could see that everyone else was involved – yes, even the CEO.  That sort of transparent view of involvement from the top down really facilitates buy-in. Secondly, being web-based helped to overcome any lingering fears or reluctance. We are all familiar with the web, going online and logging in where we have to.  With Dinamiks being just a part of that experience, buy-in was greatly simplified.”

There was an added and significant advantage to the web-based approach – “it wouldn’t tie up our own servers and IT department’s time.  No installation or desktop rollout, or hardware or software clashes, were involved,” Pilkington points out.

The group began using Dinamiks in February 2010, with the aim of having all objectives for the new financial year in place by the end of March 2010. “This was achieved, I’m pleased to say. We envisage using the system on an ongoing basis. Why? Because, it will enable us to build up a history for each employee and monitor progress year on year. Also, it seems to work for all concerned.”

First-hand view of progress

At The Interiors Group, Mark Pilkington is responsible for HR issues and it was in that capacity – and that of board director, as FD – that he assumed the role of overseeing the introduction and ongoing use of Dinamiks.  He therefore has a first-hand view of how staff and the CEO took to it.

“There will always be some resistance to change in any organisation. It seems to be human nature.  We carefully managed the implementation process in order to gradually introduce the system and its benefits. We started by telling staff what we were planning and why. Then, once the initial data had been uploaded, I started with the CEO and then worked my way round the line managers. They were shown how to use the system and how it relates to the company as a whole.”

“Training took very little time, which is both a compliment to the system’s designers and to our people, who ‘bought in’ with minimal fuss, once they knew the benefits to them and the business.”

Everybody in the group – even the non-exec chairman – uses Dinamiks.

“The board has set company goals on an annual basis for many, many years,” says Pilkington. “Using Dinamiks hasn’t changed that, but it has helped us, as a board, communicate those goals to all staff and show staff how they can help us achieve the goals. Staff are encouraged to regularly revisit Dinamiks and input progress notes, which they are doing.”

Return on Investment

It’s early days yet to give a figure for ROI.  The group is currently holding interim reviews, six months after the initial ‘go-live’, and, once completed, this should give the first marker in the success of the system.  “However, short term I can say that Dinamiks has undoubtedly saved us time and, therefore, money,” he adds. “And it’s meeting our, and especially my, expectations.”

Summary of benefits

In Mark Pilkington’s words…

– Easy-to-use, with minimal training required.

–  Being web-based, no installation of software is involved – which means that Dinamiks doesn’t use internal IT resources, such as server space, or support.  Also, web-based means that staff, including me, can access it any time and anywhere where there is a web connection. We are not restricted to using it while at work.  That gives it great flexibility.

– The system gives me a wide range of performance, behaviour and attitude measurement options, enabling me to fine-tune it to Interior Groups’ specific needs. This saves time and allows us to focus on what we want to achieve more quickly.

–  Dinamiks allows the board to communicate the company goals to staff more effectively.

–  Dinamiks overcomes the drawback of paper-based appraisals. And it helps to show that performance measurement is an objective, not subjective, action. That is important in situations where some individuals might take things more personally than they ought to, as can happen during face-to-face, paper-based appraisals.

– It enables staff to work more effectively. These are early days yet but because Dinamiks is saving us time – and also helping us to be more effective while at work – crucially it is also saving The Interiors Group money.

– Futureproofs the way we manage staff performance.

Quality of support

“So far, support has been very good. They have been quick to respond to any queries and, more importantly, are also open to suggestions for further development of Dinamiks in areas like assessment of skills and knowledge” – Mark Pilkington, Financial Director, The Interiors Group

Finally…a testimonial

“Dinamiks is a useful, easy-to-use and learn system that will help us develop staff, and therefore the company, over the coming years” – Mark Pilkington, Financial Director, The Interiors Group.

More at: www.interiorsgroup.co.uk

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Dinamiks Ltd announces new Job Roles module for its online employee performance management tool

July 25th 2011. Dinamiks Ltd has announced that the new Job Roles module for its online employee performance management tool, Dinamiks, went live on July 7th.

Job Roles allows the Dinamiks administrator to add specific competencies to a job role, which helps with talent management and compliance requirements. “Specifically, Job Roles allows for all employees to have all mandatory competencies within their appraisal, and non-mandatory competencies in individuals’ appraisals for their specific job role,” says Shirley Barnes, Client Relationship Director, Dinamiks Limited.

Administrators can identify the competency or competencies required for a specific role and then develop the person who is in that job role. “In many cases, the job role will represent what the employer organisation wants the employee to develop into,” says Barnes.

Customer Customisation

The new Customer Customisation feature enables the Dinamiks administrator to schedule reminders either weekly or monthly, customise the login page with the user company’s own logo, and customise the automated emails with his or here own support contact details.

Dinamiks at a glance

Available 24/7 via secure web access, Dinamiks reduces costs and inefficiencies, develops and motivates staff, aligns employees with business goals, helps deliver up to the minute appraisals, improves HR processes, shows where training or coaching is required – and helps with compliance and employment law across sectors.

More about Dinamiks at http://www.ikdevelopments.com Email shirley.barnes@ikdevelopments.com

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Note to the press.

For further information please contact:

Shirley Barnes, Client Relationship Director, Dinamiks Ltd Tel (+44) (0)1243 538835 shirley.barnes@ikdevelopments.com

Or Paul Whitehead, Western Associates PR, (+44) (0)1403 711177 paul@western-pr.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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