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Digital Investment: Effectively Equipping Your Organization

Digital Investment: Effectively Equipping Your Organization

In today’s business world, organizations need to invest in themselves to keep up with their competition. We live in a time where executives are under pressure to continuously innovate their internal processes, and implement digital tools and strategies to modernize their workforce. Unfortunately, executives don’t seem too confident in their digital investment strategy. From our recent State of Workforce Management…
3 Ways Healthcare Agencies Can Combat the Opioid Crisis

3 Ways Healthcare Agencies Can Combat the Opioid Crisis

While this oupledurrent opioid crisis seems like a relatively new issue in the United States, legal and illegal pain relievers have been effecting the American population for decades. With that said, medically prescribed opioids like hydrocodone, OxyContin, and Percocet, as well as illegal drugs like heroin, are growing in popularity around the country, and continue to be abused by today’s…
Top 3 Trends The Nonprofit CEO is Unprepared For in 2018

Top 3 Trends The Nonprofit CEO is Unprepared For in 2018

The American nonprofit sector is growing at lightening pace, employing over 10.3% of today’s changing workforce. With such rapid growth, it’s crucial for the modern nonprofit CEO to focus on the future to keep up with their competition. Unfortunately, nonprofit executives are faced with unique hurdles that they must overcome to tackle today’s challenges and prepare their workforce for upcoming…
Sacrificing Comfort for Growth with HR Technology

Sacrificing Comfort for Growth with HR Technology

Change is hard. Sticking to what we know is easy. Taking risks and leaps of faith are a test of our physical and mental strength, and the older we get the tougher and more impactful these decisions become. Often, however, it becomes clear that change is necessary to better ourselves and, from a business standpoint, our organizations. Many nonprofit executives…
Eliminating the Duplication of Effort with HR Software

Eliminating the Duplication of Effort with HR Software

Data entry is a time-consuming process that continuously weighs down HR, and restricts their ability to perform their core responsibilities or play a part in strategy formulation. This process is especially tire some when HR professionals have to manually enter the same data over, and over again. This duplication of effort is not only a waste of time and resources,…
HR Trends 2018: What to Expect

HR Trends 2018: What to Expect

Don't forget to download our 2018 State of Workforce Management Report, which reveals the top trends, challenges, and goals of executives in the new year. 2017 was a huge year for HR departments around the country, with organizations prioritizing the well-being and satisfaction of their employees. In the past year, executives focused their attention on building a better environment for…
The Future of HR Positions

The Future of HR Positions

The human resources department has historically been responsible for strictly handling administrative tasks that allow day-to-day operations to run smoothly. Originally conceived to pay and recruit employees, HR now plays a significant role in organizational strategy. Thanks to recent advancements in technology that have automated the time-consuming processes that they once faced, modern HR departments are now free to contribute…
How The Role of HR Has Changed

How The Role of HR Has Changed

The role of HR has changed dramatically over the years. Traditionally, the role of HR consists of internal policy development and paperwork, logging employee hours, handling employee complaints, and drawing up contracts for new hires. Today, HR has transitioned into key decision makers in the boardrooms of small and large organizations all over the country. This role change has come…
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…