The Importance of an Organizational Chart

The Importance of an Organizational Chart

Organizational Charts, often referred to as Org Charts, are visual representations of an organization’s structure. These charts clearly outline the hierarchy within an organization and indicate the relationships shared among each individual employee. These insights help employees understand who to report to and ensure that managers are properly delegating tasks and responsibilities amongst their team. Organizations that utilize interactive, actionable…
5 Things to Know About Generation Z

5 Things to Know About Generation Z

Just when we think we’re starting to get a handle on the Millennials, Generation Z comes careening into the workforce. So, we need to reconsider all of the same questions; What are they like? What do they want? How can we hire them? How can we work with them? Many organizations have been hyper-focused on Millennials in the workforce for…
10 Workforce Management Statistics You Need to Know

10 Workforce Management Statistics You Need to Know

Earlier this year, DATIS released their 2017 State of Workforce Management Report. This report is based on survey responses from hundreds of CEOs, CFOs, and CHROs within the Health and Human Services industry and highlights some of the current challenges, short-term obstacles, and long-term goals of organizations within the industry. You can download your copy of the full report here…
Managing Summer Paid Time Off

Managing Summer Paid Time Off

As summer approaches, managers can expect an influx of paid time off requests. Kids are out of school, the weather is warming up, and vacations sound better than ever. In order to prepare for the overload of requests, consider the steps outlined below. Policy Reminder Many organizations already have a paid time off policy in place. It’s important to remind…
Why Organizations Should Transition to a Unified HR System

Why Organizations Should Transition to a Unified HR System

Technology has revolutionized the way organizations operate. Processes that once took hours of manual labor are entirely automated, and can be completed within the quick and simple click of a button. Executives are now able to set their organization’s goals and productivity standards higher, allowing them to reach achievements they never thought possible. However, while technology is supposed to make…
Attracting Top Talent With an Effective HR Strategy

Attracting Top Talent With an Effective HR Strategy

The Health and Human Services industry has been on the rise for many years.  Last month, Deloitte University Press reported that employee growth in the industry has increased by 42% since the year 2000, a staunch contrast to the overall private sector’s employment growth of just 9.8%. The report concludes that the competition for highly skilled clinical staff is becoming…
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.…
What is Position Control?

What is Position Control?

Position Control is one of the most elusive topics in Human Resources. The phrase gets thrown around at conferences and in meetings, yet for some reason, a very limited amount of information is available online. This leaves many people still asking, “ what is position control?” Putting It Simply To put it simply, Position Control is an HR software feature…
Why You Need a Structured Onboarding Process

Why You Need a Structured Onboarding Process

If you’re an HR professional, or have ever been involved in your organization’s recruiting process, you understand the frustration that comes along with hiring a new employee. Interviewing multiple candidates in quick succession can often be both physically and mentally draining. With that said, the real problems begin revealing themselves when it gets to the onboarding process. The way in…
<br>Effectively Managing the</br> Employee Lifecycle


Effectively Managing the
Employee Lifecycle

Like everything in life, the employee lifecycle has a beginning, middle, and an end. Each phase directly influences the next, from Recruitment to Onboarding, through Development and finally Departure. Effectively managing the employee lifecycle is no easy task for any organization. However, those that are better prepared for each stage can maximize their efforts to acquire, develop, and retain the…