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The labor shortage has become a common theme across most service industries. Current job seekers aren’t settling for just any open opportunity.
Companies are rethinking their office spaces as hybrid working becomes commonplace and employees look for fun, collaboration, and shorter commutes.
As employee expectations around workplace flexibility continue to grow, CHROs are scrambling to ensure their cultures can support such shifts.
WorkForce Software’s SVP of APJ, Nick Bailey, appeared on Ticker News to discuss how investment in modern workforce management technology can improve the employee experience.
How Michigan Businesses are Reacting, and Preparing for President Biden’s Vaccine Mandate | Detroit Free Press
After President Joe Biden’s announcement that any private company with more than 100 workers has to abide by new COVID-19 vaccination protocols, WorkForce Software’s SVP of HR Leslie Tarnacki spoke to the Detroit Free Press about the implications.
Brandon Hall Group certifies WorkForce Software as a leading global provider of workforce management with integrated employee experience
Automating payroll processes can help address underpayment and overpayment of employees caused by human error.
HR leaders weigh in on how employers can support working parents who are struggling to balance work and childcare during remote work.
Staff who continue to work from home should be treated with the same respect and have the same opportunities and tools as those who are physically in the office.
Technology not only connects deskless workers to their organization, but it helps employers manage productivity and prevent fatigue.
To truly succeed, companies must adopt solutions that work for the entire workforce—especially the deskless workers.