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?
Working a job without a solid Time Off software in place can mean ensuing chaos for managers at times. Keeping track of vacations, doctor appointments, and sick days can create a huge headache for scheduling managers. A Time Off software can save you time, money, and more than a few headaches when it comes time to manage PTO requests from your employees. Not convinced? Here are 3 benefits of using Time Off that you and your employees will love.
As a business owner, employee turnover is one of the biggest issues you’re going to face. Many organizations spend thousands of dollars every year recruiting and replacing their employees. While a certain amount of turnover is unavoidable, that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be taking steps to prevent it.
Did you know that 83% of employers have changed their benefits strategy within the last three years? At Dominion, we believe it’s never a bad time to reevaluate your processes. Worst case scenario, you reaffirm that you’re running your business as efficiently as possible. However, many times you’ll find a new software or product that will improve your processes and save you time and money in the long run. So when was the last time you reevaluated your benefits administration process?
Vacation policies come with questions. Among the typical paid time off questions such as is it mandatory to offer vacation time, and how much should I offer, another common question is will I need to pay out any unused vacation time? Common practice and state law around paid time off, and vacation time specifically, vary from company to company and state to state. Let’s take a look at how Michigan handles the payout of unused vacation time.
Exit interviews can be uncomfortable. Some departing employees use the opportunity to vent years worth of pent up frustration. And while negative feedback is hard to listen to, if employees are willing to express how they feel about working for your organization, there might be nuggets of wisdom concealed in their frustration. If you’re willing to conduct exit interviews, it’s worth the time to consider a former employee’s feedback about their experience.
There has been a new date set for EE0-1 Pay data reporting. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) released a brief statement on its website stating employers would be required to report employee pay data by September 30th. Let’s take a look at the details of the immediate reinstatement of revised EE0-1.