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Allwork.Space caught up with WorkForce Software’s Leslie Tarnacki to elaborate on the company’s robust wellbeing strategy, as well as how challenging achieving a work-life balance can be.
WorkForce Software Hosts In-Person VISION Workforce Management Conference for the Eleventh Year as Employee Experience Becomes Imperative for the Future of Work | HR Tech Series
WorkForce Software, announces its eleventh VISION workforce management (WFM) conference. Human resources experts and WFM practitioners will come together at VISION 2022 for powerful and candid conversations during this pivotal time for global employers.
Russia’s attack on Ukraine has raised the risk of a business cybersecurity attack, and HR may be particularly vulnerable. But there are steps HR can take to protect its company.
Marc Gingras, SVP of Employee Experience Strategy, shares insights on current communication issues the retail industry is facing and how workforce management solutions are helping by connecting and educating employees.
What do retention rates, employee satisfaction, and gender demographics all have in common? Leslie Tarnacki, SVP of Human Resources, talks to Built In about forms of data that can be measured by people analytics.
HR News tapped Steve Tonks, SVP EMEA at WorkForce Software, for his best tips on how managers can make every moment at work matter and better engage their workforces in 2022.
WorkForce Software Chief Technology Officer, John Williams, Named One of the Top 25 Software CTOs of 2022 | HR Tech Series
WorkForce Software announced its Chief Technology Officer, John Williams, was named to The Top 25 Software CTOs of 2022 list by The Software Report.
WorkForce Software is making available the latest version of its labor forecasting software, with predictive and analytical capabilities that have been fine-tuned in response to the extraordinary circumstances imposed by COVID-19 on the global labor market.
As the coronavirus slowly becomes an endemic around the country, HR teams are weighing caution, health, safety, flexibility, and their employees’ comfort levels in their plans to return to the workplace.
Mentors have played an important role in the careers of President Joe Biden’s potential Supreme Court nominees. Mike Morini, CEO of WorkForce Software, shared recommendations with Forbes readers for motivating and mentoring the next generation of business leaders.
Working Dads speaks with Steve Tonks, Senior Vice President of EMEA at WorkForce Software about the necessity for employers to adapt to the needs of the deskless worker.