Posts written by: Carlos Lozano

3 Benefits of Applicant Tracking Systems

3 Benefits of Applicant Tracking Systems

Bringing in the best possible employees is a top priority for all organizations, especially those in the Health and Human Services industry. In fact, just over 50% of respondents to our 2017 State of Workforce Management Survey stated that Recruiting and Retention is “Extremely Important,” yet only 20% of those respondents felt that their recruiting strategy was “Very” or “Extremely”…
Working Through EEO Reporting & the Affirmative Action Plan

Working Through EEO Reporting & the Affirmative Action Plan

Being an equal opportunity employer has become a top priority for many organizations, especially for those in the Health & Human Services industry. Maintaining compliance with rules and regulations is critical to ensuring funding, yet many organizations aren’t able to access the reports requested by their funders. This puts an organization at risk of maintaining compliance or providing accurate information.…
Should New Executives Practice Adaptive Leadership?

Should New Executives Practice Adaptive Leadership?

Turnover for executive-level positions within Health and Human Services organizations can be a challenging yet exciting time for everyone involved. Both the new executive and the organization have so much to offer one another, but there is always the possibility that your organization may be hesitant to adapt to the new executive’s processes and vice versa. While change isn’t always…
The Changing IT Landscape

The Changing IT Landscape

Take a look around your current workplace environment. Chances are there is some sort of technology within arms reach. Technology has become a vital part of our lifestyles and our job requirements. The increase in technological tools and processes within the workplace has raised the IT department from back office maintenance to front-line strategy within the C-Suite. The innovative IT…
The New Era of New Hire Onboarding

The New Era of New Hire Onboarding

First impressions, although sometimes not completely accurate, are important in determining how a relationship may go. This is also true when bringing a new employee onboard your organization. Most of the time during the new hire onboarding process, we focus on what our first impression is of the new employee but fail to consider their first impressions of the organization. With over 60%…
The Top 10 Blogs of 2016

The Top 10 Blogs of 2016

As 2017 begins, it’s a great time to reflect on the popular topics and trends of 2016. Each year, DATIS provides leaders in the Health and Human Services industry with original content that focuses on leadership, finance, technology, and workforce management. This content enables our readers to stay on top of industry trends and share best practices. Explore the top…
Managing PTO: The Necessary Difference for Organizations

Managing PTO: The Necessary Difference for Organizations

For the most part, employees have proven to be very dedicated to their organizations. They invest numerous hours per week to ensure that their job is done, and done right. While productivity and dedication is invaluable, it can be found that some employees are not taking enough time for themselves. On average, employees in the United States are leaving three…
Bulking Up Benefits

Bulking Up Benefits

Employee retention has proven to be a common challenge across the majority of industries. For the most part, this isn’t an intentional act but something that is a result of the lack of attentiveness we may sometimes have for our organizations and employees. If employers are not making a conscious effort to elevate the employee experience and create a best-in-class…
Ease the Pains of Open Enrollment

Ease the Pains of Open Enrollment

As we quickly approach Open Enrollment, we begin to recall how time-consuming and tedious it can be to go through the process at your organization. Since most organizations have a rhythm for enrollment, they tend to neglect the changes and innovations around that can help ease the pains of Open Enrollment. Instead of following an outdated procedure that is not…
HR as a Strategic Advisor for CEOs

HR as a Strategic Advisor for CEOs

It’s great to envision our leaders as strong on their own, but in reality, every great leader needs a worthy advisor. Fortunately for most CEOs, one of the best, untapped, strategic advisors within your organization could very well be your CHRO. According to upStartHR, 76% of CEOs currently do value their relationship with their HR. This is mainly to do…
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