Human Resource Management software (HRMS) brings structure to employee management. Everyone in human resources wants to make sure their employees are firing on all cylinders, but the best way to do that is not always clear. The companies that have the happiest and most efficient employees use software to put employees in the driver seat of their careers. So how do you do this?
Employee time theft is a reality of any business. This can take the form of anything from falsifying hours, handling personal business while on the clock, or partake in “buddy punching,” which is when an employee clocks in or out for a friend who is not on site yet. With nearly half of the hourly workforce admitting to this, employers need to know how to combat it. The first step of doing this is being aware of what the most common methods of committing time theft are.
In the social media age, privacy, it seems, is a luxury we can’t always afford when out in public. Almost everyone has access to the internet with the touch of a finger, so the pressure for employees to monitor their behavior, even outside of work, is higher than ever. You never know when you’ll end up the subject of a Twitter, Facebook, Instagram or Snapchat post, even if you don’t have any of those accounts yourself.
When you consider the typical benefits business owners offer their employees, what comes to mind? In addition to the traditional perks such as paid time off and health and dental insurance, there are many other ways employers try to retain employees, such as flexible schedules, tuition assistance, childcare allowance, gym memberships, etc. These types of benefits can often make or break a company’s ability to attract and retain top talent. So what does your company offer when it comes to employee benefits? Are you using the same benefits package as you did ten years ago or are you evolving with the times? By evaluating the needs and wants of your employees, you can optimize your benefits package and improve your organization’s overall recruitment and retention rates. So how do we do this?
As advances in technology become more and more prevalent in the workforce, you’d think the lives of executives, managers, and employees would become easier, wouldn’t you? Unfortunately, they’re busier than ever. Between overstuffed inboxes, social media distractions, and excessively long meetings, we simply do not have the time to take on extra tasks. With so many people stretched too thin to take on extra tasks we have to ask ourselves how we can work smarter, not harder. Luckily, we have HR software to help with that. Check out these three key aspects to HR software that will make your life easier.
2018 is coming to a close, and if you’re like me you’re probably making some resolutions to better yourself come the new year. Of course, there are the usual vows to exercise, call your mother more often, and maybe do something about that half-finished project you started last spring. However, what about when it comes to your professional life? Everyone develops bad habits over the years, and what better time to start fixing them than the new year? Here is a list of the 3 resolutions you should make in the workplace this year, and what you can do to follow through with them.
It’s the end of the year, which means most of our social media feeds are plastered with our friends’ ‘Top 9 Instagram Photos’ or top ‘10 Spotify Songs’ of 2018. This is a great time to reflect on the year and see what our highlights are. It’s also a great time for those of us in the HR world to look back and see what we’ve accomplished over the last year. As we prepare to tackle 2019, it’s important that we take with us the knowledge that we’ve gained and put it to good use in the coming year. That is why we’ve compiled our top 10 blog posts from 2018 for you to review in case you’ve missed any of them!
HR managers, which have poor business writing skills, have no chances to build a successful career in a modern world. They need to craft the hundreds of emails, reports and other documents, so they must have specific knowledge about how to do it right.
If you are an ambitious HR specialist who wants to move up the ladder quickly and easily, you should ensure that your writing skills are high enough. You can start with checking the following proven tips, which will help you to incorporate some essential improvements into the written communication in the workplace.