With all the technology and tools on the market today there’s no need to settle for a subpar HCM solution. Don’t let the fear of conversion keep you from the benefits robust software can provide.
While the primary goal of BPHR is to ensure our client’s compliance with all labor laws, we also advise clients on HR best practices – from hiring to separation. In her bi-weekly series “Ask the Advisor” Lisa recently addressed the following questions related to offer letters and exit interviews.
Nonprofits can can improve their hiring process with HCM software. Check out how we examine the weaknesses an organization faced when it came to hiring and how the new HCM solution addresses it.
There are a lot of changes happening in the world of HR. Not only are their job titles changing but their responsibilities too. Check out this blog post to learn the driving force behind the changes and how it can impact the workplace.
Your organization’s future depends on your ability to differentiate your recruitment efforts and think more strategically – more like a marketer. Find out how you can attract and hire top talent by borrowing some common marketing practices.
There are many different ways employees can steal from you and time theft is one of them. Read this article to learn how to address employees who might be costing your business money and time.
Time and attendance technology has many benefits and benefits so many — the employee, manager, HR, the payroll administrator and executive. If you are currently relying on manual processes to track your employees’ time and attendance, it’s time to rethink your process.
Roles and responsibilities can vary significantly from organization to organization. The founders of CloudFare decided during team building to not give their employees job titles. We’ve uncovered some benefits of title-less employees. Check them out!
For everyone who has had to deal with a challenging employee, this one is for you. Here is a collection of client questions that BPHR’s Director Lisa Salcido has fielded recently in her bi-weekly “Ask the Advisor” Q&A.
Coworking is a style of work that involves a shared office space and where workers, who are typically not members of the same organization, gather to work. Read this article to learn more about the pros and cons of shared workspaces and if it’s right for your business.