Posts written by: James Clark

The CEO Guide to Rethinking Your HR Strategy

The CEO Guide to Rethinking Your HR Strategy

The role of HR has significantly changed over the past few years as issues such as recruiting, retention, and employee engagement are growing in significance. Terms like company culture and employee happiness have risen to the top of the wish lists of employees all over the country, changing the way organizations approach their HR decisions. A recent study released by…
How CFOs Can Conquer Their Compliance Issues

How CFOs Can Conquer Their Compliance Issues

For nonprofit Health and Human Services organizations, resources are often limited. In order to provide their patients with quality care, it’s important that organizations remain financially stable and use their hard-earned funds wisely. However, the industry is full of complex regulations that continue to cause executives, especially CFOs, to spend too much time and money trying to prevent or overcome…
Better Budgeting with Position Control

Better Budgeting with Position Control

The landscape of the Health and Human Services industry has changed drastically in recent times. The growing age of U.S population has put a lot of pressure on organizations to meet the increase in industry demands, and executives are scrambling to build their workforce to take advantage of the new opportunities these demands have created. Before executives begin the building…
How HR Can Tackle Turnover Rates

How HR Can Tackle Turnover Rates

Employee retention is on the minds of top executives in the Health and Human Services industry, as organizations continue to search for ways to keep employee satisfaction levels high and turnover rates low. However, nobody is more eager to find an effective retention solution than Human Resources. The 2017 DATIS Workforce Management Trends Report, which surveyed numerous influential HR professionals,…
A CEO Guide to Improving Employee Satisfaction

A CEO Guide to Improving Employee Satisfaction

In the Health and Human Service industry, employees are an organization’s biggest asset. Retaining a positive and motivated workforce is more vital than ever to an organization’s success. Too often, executives rely on a cut-throat, high-pressure culture to drive organizational success. However, research shows that fostering a positive work environment and focusing on employee satisfaction can greatly increase employee productivity.…
How CEOs Should Approach the Generation Gap

How CEOs Should Approach the Generation Gap

Generational differences have historically caused tension in the workplace. Older workers view younger generations as impatient, looking for the fast-track to the top, while the younger employees see the veterans as stubborn and stuck in their ways. However, the generation gap is currently causing organizations more trouble than ever before. For the first time in history, CEOs in the Health…
CEO Insights: Workforce Management Trends 2017

CEO Insights: Workforce Management Trends 2017

Today’s CEOs have a lot on their plate. The increased demand for Health and Human Services has put pressure on executives within the industry to grow their workforces at an accelerated rate. To better understand the mindset of the modern-day Chief Executive Officer, we conducted our 2017 Workforce Management Trends Survey. The survey asked many CEOs in the Health and…
CFO Insights: 2017 Workforce Management Trends

CFO Insights: 2017 Workforce Management Trends

The responsibilities of modern-day CFOs are constantly changing, and so are their priorities. Today’s CFOs are spending less time in spreadsheets and more time thinking about strategy, people, and culture while simultaneously ensuring their organization’s financially sustainability. Our recent 2017 Workforce Management Trends Survey received responses from Chief Financial Officers from various nonprofit organizations in the Health and Human Services…
HR Insights: Workforce Management Trends 2017

HR Insights: Workforce Management Trends 2017

For many years, Human Resources has been viewed as the department that simply processes payroll and manages benefits. However, the roles and responsibilities of HR have evolved, HR professionals now play a much larger role in developing their organization’s strategy. With HR securing a more prominent seat in the boardroom, we wanted to further understand the mentality of HR professionals…
Position Control for Healthcare Organizations

Position Control for Healthcare Organizations

In today’s healthcare environment, organizations face the daily struggle of increasing patient quality and service demands while simultaneously remaining financially sustainable. With labor costs representing the largest operating expense for most healthcare organizations, executives are scrambling to implement HR systems that help them budget more effectively and better manage their workforce. While there are many sophisticated HR systems available on…
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