Five Question Fridays with Craig Bass

Five Question Fridays with Craig Bass

Introducing this week's installment of ‘Five Question Fridays,’ a unique interview series that seeks insight from some of the most respected leaders, experts, and executives in the Health and Human Services industry. Last week, we hosted Susan Dreyfus, CEO of the Alliance for Strong Families and Communities. Susan talked everything from the growth of Alliance to being recognized on NonProfit Time's…
Why Recruitment Software is the Future

Why Recruitment Software is the Future

Web-based recruitment software has become the standard for all organizations in the Health and Human Services industry. It allows organizations of all sizes to simplify the identification, screening, hiring, and onboarding of applicants. With less time spent on manual recruiting processes, employees can place more focus on hiring the right candidates in a timely manner.According to our 2017 Executive Priorities…
Top 4 Digital Tools for Healthcare Organizations

Top 4 Digital Tools for Healthcare Organizations

There’s been a recent shift in the way Health and Human Services organizations around the country approach digital tools and implementations throughout their various departments. Tools that were once available only to the large, Fortune 500 corporations of the world are now accessible to smaller healthcare organizations with limited budgets and resources. Like in any other industry, healthcare executives are…
Five Question Fridays with Susan Dreyfus

Five Question Fridays with Susan Dreyfus

Welcome to the latest installment of ‘Five Question Fridays,’ a one of-a-kind interview series that seeks insight from some of the most respected leaders, experts, and executives in their respected field. Our previous interview featured Sharlyn Lauby, founder of HR Bartender, one of the most-visited and trusted HR blogs on the web. Sharlyn discussed everything from technologies role in HR…
Managing a Multigenerational Workforce

Managing a Multigenerational Workforce

For the first time in history, today’s complex workforce is made up of five distinct generations working alongside one another. Their diverse perspectives, attitudes, and motivations have changed the workplace dynamic, creating the need for leaders to evolve their multigenerational workforce management strategies. In our recently released 2017 State of Workforce Management, we revealed key trends in the Health and…
Non-Monetary Ideas for Employee Recognition

Non-Monetary Ideas for Employee Recognition

With the end of the year approaching, it is no surprise that employees in the Health and Human Services industry have a lot on their plate. Additional monetary bonuses and benefits may not be on the table to keep motivation at an all-time-high, so what exactly can your organization do to keep the company culture intact and employees engaged? In…
How to Attract Talent to Nonprofit Internships

How to Attract Talent to Nonprofit Internships

Student interns are a great addition to any growing team. They’re motivated, ambitious, tech savvy, and eager to gain experience in their field of study. These interns can be significantly helpful for nonprofit organizations that could benefit from having an extra set of hands around the office at a fraction of the cost of a salaried employee. According to the…
4 Ways to Motivate Employees During Q4

4 Ways to Motivate Employees During Q4

The end of the fiscal year is upon us as we begin our initial decent into the infamous Q4. These final three months of the year will determine whether an organization’s goals were met, objectives were accomplished, and overall progress was made from the previous year. With that said, one thing that all executives are going to be asking for…
5 Tips to Make Better Workplaces for Millennials

5 Tips to Make Better Workplaces for Millennials

This DATIS Blog Article, “5 Tips to Make Better Workplaces for Millennials“, was originally posted by Kim Peters, Great Place to Work on August 9th, 2017 and was reposted with permission. Much of Corporate America has spent the last decade loosening dress codes and adding gaming consoles to break rooms to better connect with younger employees. The result? Gallup reports that about 60 percent of Millennials are…
The Importance of Culture for Nonprofits

The Importance of Culture for Nonprofits

Year after year, organizations in the Health and Human Services Industry continue to struggle with recruiting and retaining top talent. Earlier this year we released our 2017 State of Workforce Management report where 84.2% of respondents agreed that Recruiting and Retention would be “Extremely Important” or “Very Important” to their organization for the upcoming year. In the past, strategies for…