Workforce Management

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Becoming an Employer of Choice

Becoming an Employer of Choice

We have all listened with envy to the features and benefits of some of today’s most famous and coveted workplaces. From nap pods and gourmet food on the Google Campus, to small start-ups with trendy digs, beanbag chairs, and video games, it can be hard for traditional workplaces to attract and retain top talent. However, recently the more “old-school” organizations are…
Engaging Millennials in The Workplace

Engaging Millennials in The Workplace

In the modern workplace, there are a multitude of stigmas that stereotype millennials; self-absorbed, lazy, job hoppers, and the list goes on. However, these are exactly just that, stigmas. These assumptions are based on the fact that the new generation prefers to work in a different type of organizational culture than previous generations. Based on the aforementioned assumptions, millennials are…
The HR Tools You Need To Increase Workforce Visibility

The HR Tools You Need To Increase Workforce Visibility

The Health and Human Services industry is unlike any other due to the mission of these organizations to provide quality care to those in need. However, this industry faces many challenges as they continue to fight low recognition and stagnant funding while public expectations for quality increase. Managing internal processes at these organizations can be hectic, especially on the front…
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…
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…
Power of Pods: Teamwork in the Workplace

Power of Pods: Teamwork in the Workplace

Have you ever wondered how startup companies with 10 employees are able to move faster and produce more than some Fortune 500s? Well, it’s a lot easier to drive a go-cart than a semi-truck. As organizations grow, they shift from a team atmosphere with a shared focus to a group of siloed departments that struggle to communicate. In today’s unpredictable…
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…