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Home Health Payroll & HR Software: Taking Better Care of Caregivers

Managing your workforce has always been important for hospitals, nursing homes, and home health. Payroll and HR software helps you improve efficiency and streamline some of the most cumbersome HR management tasks. Over the next decade, the Bureau of Labor Statistics says that healthcare employment is projected to grow “much faster than the average” for […]

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Benefits on the Go: Why Mobile-Friendly Benefits Administration is Required

We’re all moving through the world cell phone-first, both in our personal lives and in business. Mobile-friendly sites and apps have become the default. So, when your employees want to check their benefits, they’ll likely use their phone for convenience. That means mobile-friendly benefits administration is not only preferred, it is necessary. Americans check their […]

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AI, Upskilling, and Return to Office: Top 10 HR Trends for 2024

Despite rapid innovation and new capabilities, the function and fundamentals of Human Resources tasks remain largely the same. Year to year, however, HR professionals must keep up with emerging HR trends for 2024. Like last year, artificial intelligence and DEI will continue to make headlines in 2024, and. The past few years have taught us […]

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Scaling Up: Using Org Charts to Guide Business Growth

As your company grows, an organizational chart (aka org chart) becomes more and more critical. Loose structures help startups adapt and change, but growing companies suffer when employee roles and hierarchies are ambiguous or undefined. An org chart allows your business to stay organized and agile for change and growth. Discover how org charts should […]

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86ing High Turnover: How to Reduce Restaurant Turnover with HR Technology

Turnover has always been a problem in restaurants, but it’s getting harder to ignore. According to a 2022 National Restaurant Association survey: Turnover isn’t just expensive; it erodes your company culture. A short staffed restaurant has a harder time satisfying customers. The workers who remain are overworked to the point of burnout. Excessive turnover can […]

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Tips for Improving Virtual Training Completion Rates with an LMS

When examining virtual training courses, Science magazine found that only 3% to 6% of participants completed the full course. Why is online learning so susceptible to abandoned courses and unfinished learning plans, and what can HR do to improve course completion rates? Online training provides great opportunities for employees, but how do you get workers […]

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How to Create an Effective Employee Training Program Using LMS

Employee training programs should never feel like a waste of time. Despite all the technology available, today’s training can be just as frustrating as those cheesy VHS training tapes from the 1990’s. A well developed employee training program creates huge opportunities for your company, closing skill gaps and motivating workers. Ongoing training can be a […]

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People-First Software: Empowering Your Workforce with HR Technology

Despite all the headlines about self-driving cars and artificial intelligence, it’s far too early for most humans to worry about robots “stealing our jobs.” New technology is often impressive, but it also makes us appreciate where and how actual humans make a real difference. As HR professionals and business owners work to improve efficiency and […]

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Never Too Late to Update: Critical 2023 Employee Handbook Updates

Even without big changes in your workplace, your employee handbook likely needs an update every year, including 2023. Employee handbook updates are becoming increasingly important, as we’ve previously talked about how, when, and why to update. Reviewing your handbook quarterly is best, but you’ll definitely need to check for outdated policies at least once a […]

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HR Tips for Managing a Multigenerational Workforce

While startups might employ workers from the same graduating class, mature businesses typically have a mix of older and younger workers. A multigenerational workforce is bound to have its fair share of ups and downs. Different generations bring their own attitudes to the workplace, shaped by personal experience as well as cultural landmarks from different […]

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