Published By: Forcepoint
Published Date: May 14, 2019
The CISO, Head of Human Resources, CIO, and Chief Legal Council are not the cast of characters you would expect to see solve a data protection challenge. Yet, the GDPR’s far-reaching impact has forced teams who typically don’t work together to collaborate to solve a nuanced problem they never thought they would have. Get a firsthand account of how Forcepoint’s CIO, Meerah Rajavel prepared for the regulation including collaborating with all stakeholders to jointly determine how the regulation applied to each part of the business and implementing a path to compliance.
In an age of tech-savvy customers and self-service channels, do companies still need to invest in contact centre and staff to provide support?
The answer is, yes.
Consumers have been trained to find the information they need on their own online or with their mobile device. But when they do pick up to the phone and reach out to customer service, they expect representatives to solve what are often complex questions. They expect human interactions.
This enormous shift in which customer service representatives are perceived as a last resort puts increased pressure on contact centre associates who already have the odds stacked against them. The staff must be trained to quickly handle issues that frequently require access to a wide variety of information, but a lack of investment means many associates are often unprepared and lack the right resources to help customers.
To change the outcome, customer service representatives need the right training and tools to not only understand the issue,
At CheckPoint HR, we've worked with hundreds of small to medium-sized companies. By finding and eliminating unneeded expenses, HR can return money to the business. This white paper identifies the keys for doing so.
How can organizations tap into their workforce to achieve specific business outcomes? The answer - and the future of HCM - lies in the three closely related areas of talent management integration, spaces, and information delivery.
For decades, tobacco has been known as the number one cause of preventable death and disease. Now, obesity is becoming an equal contributor to the burden of morbidity and mortality. This white paper discusses the parallels of these two epidemics, the potential crossovers in prevention tactics, and the ways that subsidized, comprehensive programs can help address the issue at the heart of both epidemics.
Today, many employers have considered offering a reward or penalty to encourage employees to reduce their BMI. Yet weight bias is prevalent in the workplace even before incentives for BMI reduction are introduced. This white paper, derived from a presentation given by Dr. Rebecca Puhl and Dr. Jennifer Lovejoy, discusses weight bias, reviews well-known examples of employers who offer incentives tied to BMI, and offers practical strategies to promote a supportive worksite environment.
Published By: Workday
Published Date: Sep 08, 2015
This report shows how each vendor fulfills the criteria and where they stand in relation to each other to help application development and delivery (AD&D) professionals and their HR business partners select the right SaaS vendor for their human resources management needs.
Published By: Ascentis
Published Date: Sep 29, 2010
Unleash the power of online enrollment with self-service and make your HR team more responsive and accurate. Learn how Web-based enrollment:
. Preserves data accuracy
. Increases employee satisfaction
. Transfers benefits selections AUTOMATICALLY to insurance carriers
Published By: Ascentis
Published Date: Oct 19, 2010
Most HR departments spend up to five hours of every day with tedious data-related administrative issues and reactionary tasks. The right HRIS software will automate your critical processes and free your time to be more accelerated, responsive and strategic.
Learn how HRIS technology will help you to:
. Eradicate benefit errors
. Manage attendance
. Automate compliance
Published By: Ascentis
Published Date: Sep 28, 2010
HRIS solutions designed for very large organizations can be costly to set up and maintain, and often require the services of an army of consultants to keep them operational. Systems designed for very small organizations concentrate on either HR functions such as attendance and compensation, or on benefits management, but usually lack the ability to integrate the two areas. To be a practical investment choice for a mid-tier organization, a satisfactory HRIS solution must have its HR and benefits functions highly integrated. It must be agile so it can easily be kept aligned with the constant change in compliance laws, and it must be robust and secure, built on a tried and true platform foundation.
Leaders care deeply about employee engagement. Most organizations measure it, why aren’t they equipped to address it?
Download our guide to gauge your organization’s effectiveness in measuring and improving employee engagement by focusing on four main categories:
• Are you measuring the right things at the right frequency?
• Did you get actionable insights?
• Are insights delivered to the right people—managers, not just HR leaders and the CEO
• Are people equipped to act quickly?
At some organizations, engagement seems to happen naturally. Employees feel it. They're committed, energetic, attached. At other organizations, engagement is uneven and difficult to sustain. Employees feel this, too.
Download this white paper to learn how companies are using real-time employee engagement information to find and fix any disengagement loops before they become major problems.
Hampered by outdated employee engagement strategies? Learn how to transform your company’s old habits into the effective, future-ready programs that drive today’s high-performing organizations.
Human resource leaders and executives are under pressure to combat rising health care costs. But you are not alone. Learn from your peers and discover how to translate this data-rich survey into actionable tactics for your company's health care savings and long-term growth.
Creating social networks helps motivate employees to participate in your health and wellness programs. And the more employees engage with your programs, the greater the impact. Download this new report to discover how social networks can improve engagement and get people on track toward improving their health together.
Getting employees to participate in prevention-based health and wellness programs remains a challenge for many human resource leaders. But you are not alone. Download this report to learn best practices in incentive planning from your peers. You'll also discover how to translate this data-rich survey into actionable tactics for your company's health care savings and long-term growth.
Published By: TheLadders
Published Date: Feb 23, 2012
The goals of the new insights solutions from TheLadders is to help companies narrow down candidates based on the attributes that will allow them to be successful within the organization. Read to find out more.