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Leslie Tarnacki, CHRO at WorkForce Software, talked with Worklife about why employees resigned in the first place during “the Great Resignation” (hint: lack of scheduling flexibility, autonomy, and proper tools). She reminds readers that deskless workers are still lacking the scheduling flexibility that they need to have in the workplace, and that their demands for a better work-life balance have not been so easily met — so their resignations continue.
Nicole Neumarker, Chief Technology Officer at WorkForce Software, talks with Training Industry about what women can do to prepare for the future of work and how employers can support and attract more skilled women to their teams. She notes research that shows training challenges are a barrier to women accessing STEM upskilling opportunities.
Sandra Moran, Chief Customer Experience and Marketing Officer at WorkForce Software, discusses cautionary recent examples of companies whose employees were not paid for their work after errors and security breaches were exploited in these companies’ antiquated payroll systems.
Sandra Moran, Chief Customer Experience and Marketing Officer at WorkForce Software shares her insights and advice with Business Reporter’s readers. She addresses the challenges of today’s HR departments to maintain positive employee experiences and enhance corporate culture with workforces that are both office-based and deskless workers.
Leslie Tarnacki, Chief Human Resources Officer at WorkForce Software, talks with SHRM about ways that companies should adapt their employee recognition programs to meet the needs of today’s more virtual workplaces.
Nicole Neumarker, Chief Technology Officer at WorkForce Software shares her insights for women to break into technology roles and reminds us of the importance of networking and relationship building in the industry.
Sandra Moran, Chief Marketing & Customer Experience Officer (CMCXO) at WorkForce Software joined SheCanCode’s “Spilling The T” Podcast to share why it’s important to set boundaries at work, how to stick to them, and why you don’t need to sacrifice your career in return.
Leslie Tarnacki, CHRO at WorkForce Software, talks with Forbes about Bare Minimum Mondays being another label to workplace burnout which we’ve seen in Great Resignation, Quiet Quitting, and more since the pandemic.
Hospitality Technology talks with Sandra Moran, Chief Marketing and Customer Experience Officer at WorkForce Software. She shares her expert insights on why companies need to invest in workforce management technology to mitigate employee burnout and preserve margins in today’s economic environment.
WorkForce Software’s Chief Marketing and Customer Experience Officer, Sandra Moran, speaks with The Map about her team’s technology and data-driven approach to marketing, which includes leveraging buyer intent data and a targeted customized approach to marketing.
The gender diversity issue in STEM requires a two-pronged approach – one that serves women already some way into their career, and one that helps create a fairer opportunity for future generations, according to WorkForce Software’s Chief Technology Officer, Nicole Neumarker.