In case you haven’t noticed lately, people are rethinking work. About 15.5 million U.S. workers quit their jobs between April and October 2021 alone, almost a sure signal that the Great Resignation isn’t slowing any time soon.
For organizations embracing digital transformation as they head into 2022, technology is, of course, at the forefront. Many businesses are solidifying their remote or hybrid approaches to the workplace, and having the right tech solution in place will be vital to maximizing time and productivity.
In a highly competitive market, service-based businesses need to capitalize on any opportunity to set themselves apart from their (often very similar) competitors. While implementation, system details, and service management… Read More
Time magazine labels the millennial generation the “most threatening and exciting generation,” infamous for “narcissism [and] its effect: entitlement.” In the workplace, the perception of the millennial workforce is no… Read More
In a growing business, the day will eventually come when managing time and attendance on paper becomes both inefficient and risky, especially when trying to balance things like overtime, paid… Read More
Workplace absenteeism is a major concern for American companies. According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, unplanned absences cost American businesses an average of 2.8 million workdays every year,… Read More