Prioritizing Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace

Prioritizing Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace

Diversity and inclusion in the workplace has progressed far from an initiative being driven solely by federal laws and compliance used to increase brand image. Diversity no longer encompasses simply gender, race, and demographic attributes, and has graduated to be inclusive of employees with “diversity of thought,” as well as those with cognitive differences. As the topic of diversity and…
4 Tips to Replacing an Employee

4 Tips to Replacing an Employee

When a staff member’s employment term comes to an end, whether it be voluntarily or not, it leaves a space in the workforce that must be filled. Employees are generally good about picking up the slack and taking on extra responsibilities while their organization searches for a replacement, but this can hinder the speed at which initiatives are completed and…
When Management Changes Disrupt Your Culture

When Management Changes Disrupt Your Culture

This DATIS Blog Article, “When Management Changes Disrupt Your Culture“, was originally posted by Sharlyn Lauby, Great Place to Work on September 26th, 2017 and was reposted with permission. Talent development strategies were key themes during this year’s Great Place to Work Conference. Organizations are asking their managers questions like, “What are you doing to develop talent? And specifically, your replacement?”. Managers have a key responsibility…
The Executive Guide to Leading Through Uncertainty

The Executive Guide to Leading Through Uncertainty

The feeling of uncertainty is more common in the modern business world than some may think. With constantly changing rules and regulations interrupting the way organizations go about their daily processes, employees look to their leaders on how to react and move forward. With that said, C-Suite level executives must be confident when leading through uncertainty. Uncertainty is also prevalent…
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…
Workforce Management of the Future

Workforce Management of the Future

The future of workforce management is constantly evolving. Just when you think you’ve implemented the most modern software, a new digital tool disrupts the industry. It is becoming harder and harder to predict the next big thing to change the way we work. With 2018 not too far away, many organizations have begun, or are beginning, to draft strategic marketing…
Top 3 Millennial Retention Strategies

Top 3 Millennial Retention Strategies

Employee retention is important for any organization that is looking for stability and growth. High employee turnover is not only expensive, but can also negatively affect the culture and overall environment of an office. With millennials being the largest generation represented in today’s workforce, it’s important that executives go out of their way to develop and implement millennial retention strategies.…
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…
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…