Keeping track of applicants for your company is vital, particularly if you deal heavily in seasonal hiring. Understanding how long it typically takes to fill a vacant position and how often you’re hiring new employees throughout the year can help you run your business smoothly and efficiently. Additionally, it is important to monitor the reasons certain candidates are rejected, and keep records of all applications that come through your Human Resources office. Consider these three reasons why an Applicant Tracking System (ATS) can be beneficial for your company:
There’s no getting around it, benefits can be incredibly confusing for employees. It is the job of employers and managers to make sure their employees understand how to select their benefits when the time comes. That is why we at Dominion Systems created a Benefits Administration software that is designed to simplify open enrollment and eliminate the paper process that often comes with it.
Human Resource Management (HRM) software has revolutionized the way that businesses manage their people on a daily basis. These platforms were initially started to enable organizations to become more efficient through digitizing many of their processes. Now, HRM software has given businesses the ability to involve their employees in an assortment of processes. This has dramatically changed the workflow to become not only more automated but also engaging. Now there are specific features of HRM software that are going to help your business to scale at a lower cost while also growing a company culture that embraces innovation.
In the world of open office spaces, we are able to learn so much about our fellow employees. When they come in, when they take their breaks, when their kids have an impromptu trip to work with them, their favorite YouTube videos and much more. An open office structure is amazing for collaboration and camaraderie, but what about those projects that require a little more focus? Here are some tips and tricks on how to overcome the ongoing distractions within your given work environment.
The value of HR software can be hard to define initially. For those who use it every day, the value is very apparent, but for those who aren’t as heavily involved as the end users, the value might take a little longer to see. So, how does an HR generalist or a payroll professional go about showing their manager how important HR software can be? Let’s take a look at three cases you can make to sell your boss on HR software and get the tools you need to do your job more efficiently.
Employee access to a 401(k) is one of the best and most popular benefits you can offer to improve your business’s ability to recruit and retain top talent. But access to a retirement fund can be difficult for business owners and employees alike. The government (the IRS specifically) wants everyone -- not just the highly compensated -- to be prepared for exiting the workforce come retirement age.
Turnover is expensive, there’s no denying it. On top of lost productivity, you have the time it takes to find, hire, and onboard the new employee. On top of that, you have to make sure the new hire is qualified and won’t leave within the first three months. There’s no one right way to find a qualified employee, but there are certain steps you can take to streamline the process of finding your “perfect fit”.