Technology change is tough, especially when it upheaves years of doing things with traditional processes.
A biometric time clock can save time and money and make it simpler to track employees. Does that mean you should switch to a biometric clock?
In order to provide a positive employee experience, HR departments must help design a workplace that inspires people to do great work. It’s not enough to buy an air hockey table and fill the fridge with free snacks.
There are distinct benefits HRMS software can bring to your company, notably saving money while tracking performance and eliminating redundant tasks.
Learning management systems (LMS) offer a cost-friendly alternative to traditional training sessions. They help employees grow in their jobs – without breaking the bank.
Many businesses are taking advantage of applicant tracking systems (ATS) to cut through the pile of resumes, improve their company brand and hire the best candidates before their competitors.
As an HR professional, you usually don’t have to deal with payroll tasks beyond the basics when onboarding a new employee.
Performance reviews are a stressful event for both managers and employees. They can range from awkward conversations to pointless feedback to ugly HR nightmares.
And a bad review system doesn’t just hurt employee performance. It can have serious consequences for morale and turnover too.
The U.S. Department of Labor says 78 million Americans – about 59% of the workforce – punch a time clock every day. And oh, the mess they make!