Kronos commissioned IDC to conduct an independent ROI analysis of its InTouch time clock. InTouch, in addition to time capture, allows employees to check their hours, schedules, and time-off balances and to request time off right on the device. Download this paper to learn more.
Few things matter more to business success than human
capital. The right mix of people, skills, and culture can create
competitive advantage for companies, reshape industries,
and drive prosperity across regions. As a new generation
joins the labor market and employment options evolve in
an increasingly global and knowledge-based economy,
effective workforce management is a strategic imperative.
Opportunities abound in this new environment, for both
employers and employees—but so do risks.
Today, the most important asset for employers is their people. With recent advances in workforce analytics, cloud technology, social media and mobile communications, and talent management applications, HR staff can provide greater long-term value to their organization.
This paper outlines how HR can make use of these technology opportunities to benefit the entire organization.
Providing healthcare is a global, multi-level proposition that transcends single providers. The stakeholders in Cerner’s world are not only clinicians, hospitals, and medical device partners but another whole world of consultants, researchers, and industry experts. Cerner leverages Jive Social Business Software to address a number of their key social business imperatives, including accelerating innovation and providing community-based support. They put Jive to work not only to make their own business operations more productive but to connect priorities and people outside of Cerner to solve broad healthcare issues for the greater good.
How can human resources partner with IT to drive communication and knowledge-sharing while supporting business objectives? In today’s distributed workforce HR can embrace social business, taking the lead in defining new HR practices to support the changing workplace landscape and foster innovation and integrated employee networks.
As of January 2011 there were 600 million Facebook users and 200 million Twitter users. Many millions use social services, from sharing photos via Instagram to sharing files via Box.net to via SlideShare. So how many of your employees use social media? A lot. That’s because social has become a normal tool used to manage and organize our lives. Social tools are flexible, efficient, effective and easy to adapt for personal and business uses.
While a talent management strategy that unifies every phase of the employee lifecycle is critical to building a resilient, engaged workforce, it’s only the beginning. Getting the most from your people—while keeping them engaged and committed—takes not just talent management but talent mobility.
Want to learn more? Start with the free white paper from Cornerstone OnDemand.
Download the complimentary guidebook and learn how your organization can achieve this kind of return through optimized scheduling, ensured compliance, improved productivity and real-time data analysis.
Contact centers face a tall order: Deliver stellar service and real-time response to customers, and still get more out of the workforce without risking burnout and turnover. Lori Bocklund is president of Strategic Contact, and Rachel Wentink is the senior director of Product Management for Interactive Intelligence, and when they discuss how to optimize agent performance and offer outstanding service, it's worth reading.
To create a successful workforce management deployment, the first step is to evaluate your WFM product and determine how you'll use it along with the processes and best practices that support it. Next, consider how your ACD is configured, what type of forecasting and scheduling practices you'll use and goals for various metrics including schedule adherence. For more insights, read how to get the most out of workforce management.
Learn about how your contact centers are a world of innovative and intricate technology and how with the right analytical tools you can maximize your organization’s potential by optimizing your customer’s experience.
Customer Experience (CX) and Net Promoter Score (NPS) are two of the benchmark measurements companies now use to gauge customer satisfaction. And to understand how budgetary decisions impact CX and NPS outcomes, companies are turning to advanced contact center technology for strategic planning and big data. But business requirements to manage these outcomes successfully must incorporate back-office operations as well as the contact center. Read why.
Offshore development has been embraced by the vast majority of commercial software vendors and enterprise application development groups. Why? Because a world flattened by globalization makes it possible to improve competitiveness by taking advantage of the easy exchange of low-cost, high-quality technical skills.
Join Steve Brasen, EMA Managing Research Director, and Kimber Spradlin, IBM Product Marketing for Endpoint Manager, for this informative, on-demand Webinar where the latest unified endpoint management research is revealed. Learn the strategic management processes necessary to empower a mobile workforce with the agility to adapt to rapidly evolving business requirements.
Topics discussed include:
• Securing devices without impeding user productivity
• Expanding management processes to address increased device heterogeneity
• Supporting employee-owned devices
• Simplifying practices for delivering business IT services
• Enhancing user flexibility in accessing IT resources necessary to achieve business goals
See why an appropriate time and attendance system that meets your organization’s needs can help to eliminate and prevent most of the negative aspects of inaccurate and unreliable timekeeping for your business.
As organizations look for more ways to increase productivity and profitability, human resources departments are being asked to provide more strategic input to executives. Doing so requires tools that improve access to timely, accurate information for enhanced business decision making. If you don’t have a human resource management system (HRMS), HR can end up spending too much time on repetitive day-to-day tasks like paperwork while struggling to deliver meaningful workforce insights. The right HR management software can help the HR team increase control over employee data, optimize productivity, and take employee engagement to the next level, so you can deliver the future workforce your organization needs to succeed. This white paper discusses the five areas to keep in mind when evaluating solutions to find an HRMS that’s a good fit for your business.
Global executives believe the key to delivering profitable growth is a 20% increase in staff productivity, above current levels. However, employees are stretched to their limit; 80% report increased workloads and 55% say they can no longer handle the resulting levels of stress. Effective talent measurement can improve performance and productivity across the workforce by placing the right people in the right roles, and identifying and nurturing those that are most likely to succeed.