Review your hiring systems so you can reduce recruiting costs, weed out the unqualified applicants, and hire your next superstar employee.
In the modern business world, Human Resources is much more than enforcing the rules. With technology handling most administrative tasks, HR is able to focus on talent management and aligning those resources with corporate strategy.
As companies start using more automation and technology to speed up the recruiting process, they need to shift to a new method of hiring to avoid the lack of controlled choices from automation called Conscious Hiring.
Selecting an HCM solution to help manage to workforce needs of your organization is critical to your success. Assuming all software is the same, how do you choose a provider? Here are four factors to consider when vetting an HCM vendor.
With so many benefits to using HCM software—minimizing error, saving time, simplifying administrative tasks, enriching the employee experience, and so on—it’s hard to pick just ten things to love. But we did our best based on feedback from our customers. Check out our infographic: Top 10 Reasons to Love Your HCM Software.
With the recent hurricanes top of mind, business owners have turned their attention to whether or not they are properly insured for such events. Our guest writer, Scott Wolff, presents common mistakes policyholders make and how you can avoid having them happen to you.
Does the threat of a snowstorm fill you with dread? If you need to close for the day, do you need to pay your employees? Take note; we present guidance from the DOL.
The days when robots work side by side with humans has come. Collaborative robots and Artificial Intelligence has made the unimaginable a reality. To succeed, companies will have to plan how to make the relationship work.
When you’re working in Human Resources, you can experience some pretty spooky behavior from employees. Check out these HR Horror Stories from the managers in the trenches.
You’ve found the right HCM software to manage your workforce. You’re sold, but your colleagues aren’t quite sure. It’s up to you to help them see the light. Here’s how.