IT companies are thinking and talking about diversity, which wasn’t the case only a few years ago. And they are starting to take steps to correct past mistakes by making their workforces more diverse, which will only benefit the industry and, ultimately, consumers.
An employee time tracking system can potentially generate enormous cost savings opportunities by putting people to work on jobs that contribute more to the company’s bottom line.
Absence Management Systems help to minimize these and other labor costs in a systematic, economic fashion. The study also found that 21% of daily productivity loss can be attributed to unplanned absences.
Whenever new technology begins to appear in the workplace, they are always accompanied by security and privacy concerns. Wearables are going to be no exception.
The only surefire way to prevent payroll fraud is to pay close attention to how time is being monitored and reconciling time sheets with payroll records on a consistent basis.
When business planners have the time and luxury of being able to create systems from the ground up –rather than fixing them from within – the outcomes are more predictable and reliable. For example, basic business processes such as time and attendance recording are often the source of some of the biggest frustrations among managers.
human resources do much more than simply interview prospective employees and oversee employee discipline. While they may not always broadcast all the good things they do to improve your organization, HR professionals make a critical contribution to any company’s success.
Every business owner wants to increase worker productivity. But how often do they look at what their management team is doing in order to achieve this goal? Recent studies show that many line level workers don’t feel appreciated, aren’t satisfied with their jobs, and – perhaps not surprisingly – aren’t working at their maximum capacity.
Recent research shows HR professionals are not managing to complete their tasks within the constraints of an 8 hour day. HR professionals (66%) are spending at least three hours per week working on tasks as they commute between home and office.
Managing monetary resources is part of every good business manager’s resume, but when it comes to your employees as a resource, an HR professional’s resource management skills are just as important.