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Small (medium) Business, Big solution: Get More For Less

Many small and mid-size businesses in the U.S. routinely fail to track an employee’s time and attendance throughout the year. For certain, this results in lost profitability, but additionally, ...
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Reduce Employee Scheduling Conflicts and Challenges (Effectively)

Scheduling employees, regardless of the industry you’re company operates in, is fraught with obstacles, challenges and even legal barriers. It’s not difficult to figure out why. For starters, you’re ...
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Back to Basics: Workforce Management 101

Let’s start at the beginning. Workforce Management is commonly referred to as WFM and is considered to be a far-reaching and often times term that’s used without regard to a particular definition. ...
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3 Questions To Ask (Yourself) Before Choosing a Scheduling Software

If you’re a small or mid-size business, and you’re in a decision-making position, you might literally have a thousand employee scheduling solutions to choose from. For certain, most are primitive and ...
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What’s In-Store in 2018: Emerging Trends in Workforce Management

The biggest understatement any man, woman or child could make is to say that 2017 was an “eventful” year. Let’s get serious for the next five minutes. Not since the suffrage movement in 1893 when ...
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In Manufacturing, Employee Attendance Can Be The Difference Between Profit And Loss.

In the Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index, it’s reported that absenteeism in the manufacturing industry exceeds $2.8 billion in lost productivity. The bottom line is that worker attendance could ...
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Will 2018 Be The Year When Workplace Productivity Soars?

Well, in a word, “maybe”. From a statistical perspective, assuming you’re holding a Magic 8-Ball, “Signs Point To Yes”, but from a talent point of view, we might be relegated to “Ask Again Later”.
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Predictive Scheduling Law: Who and How New Yorkers are Impacted

 On November 10, 2017, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced new scheduling regulations aimed at offering employees a more “predictive” approach to scheduling also known in various circles as ...
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Oregon Passes “Fair Work Week” Law; Employers Must Plan Today For Tomorrow’s Legislation.

It’s happening, there’s no turning back, Oregon has passed Fair Work Week legislation and adherence to the law will be swift and comprehensive. In fact, various parts of the law take effect in 2018 ...
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