We’re right in the middle of open enrollment season, which can be a confusing and stressful time for your employees as they make their selections for the coming year. Arm them with the right knowledge and tools for a successful open enrollment period and they’ll thank you for it— after all, healthy employees are happy […]
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According to the inaugural Paychex Pulse of HR Survey, more than two-thirds of HR leaders at small- and mid-sized companies say they have grown beyond serving a traditional administrative function to taking on a more strategic role within their respective organizations.
Quantum Workplace, an HR technology company known for its “Best Places to Work” program, recently released its list of most engaged cities in the U.S.
Companies can bridge the gap in the HR service delivery experience by investing in the right technologies and services that enable HR and employees to connect in a whole new way. With the right tools in place, HR can deliver a service that is user friendly, always available and similar to what employees are used to in their personal lives. As a result, employees will spend less time looking for answers and more time being productive and innovative in their work. Read on to see how other companies are using modern HR services to better care for their employees.
Automated HR functions are a great way to free up HR professionals to focus on the human aspect of Human Resources, but are these functions benefiting your workforce? A new report, released by Paychex, highlights just how important your HR technology is to your workforce.
The HR Daily Advisor was recently at the 19th Annual HR Technology Conference and Exposition at the McCormick Place Conference Center in Chicago. In a recent session, titled “What’s Trending and Beyond? Talent Acquisition Technology for Modern Recruiting,” we’ll be hearing from Elaine Orler, CEO & cofounder of Talent Function.
By Josh Wright, chief economist, iCIMS A foot in the door. Pounding the pavement. Our metaphors for finding a job emphasize the arduousness of the task and its chanciness. And these days, it’s not getting any easier. Glance at a newsstand—or your social media newsfeeds—and you’re bound to see stories of economic transition and dislocation. […]
By Steve L. Adams, CEO of Navera Driven by the needs of today’s tech savvy, multigenerational, and geographically distributed workforce, organizations and their HR professionals are looking for new ways to get employees the information they need—how they want it, when they want it, and where they want it.