2021: Honoring Nurses
Nurses Week 2021 will be celebrated in the U.S. beginning on May 6th, which is National Nurses Day, and concluding on May 12th. UKG would like to extend our gratitude, support, and a special thanks to all nurses and midwives across the globe, as they continue to provide the highest level of quality care.
Thanking Our Educators During Teacher Appreciation Week
Teachers, thank you for your commitment to our students regardless of the circumstances. Thank you for your creative and engaging lessons that inspire students to discover their passions. Thank you for never giving up on the students who need you the most. Thank you for everything. This week, May 3-7, please help us give our teachers the recognition they deserve.
Overcoming the Challenges of Digitally Connecting with Service & Logistics Employees
By definition, these “remote” types of field/distributed workers are just that – physically “distant”, geographically “dispersed”, “isolated”, and “apart”. Sure, they spend the majority of their time on the road servicing accounts or operating in a model that lacks a central office or corporate headquarters. But that shouldn’t mean that critical communications have to suffer.
Public Service Recognition Week: Honoring Our Public Service Superheroes
Next week is Public Service Recognition Week (May 2-7, 2021) — a time to honor our public-service superheroes who build, maintain, and serve our communities. The pandemic gave rise to a myriad of new challenges on top of the already demanding work that public servants undertake — though it goes without saying that these individuals have risen to the occasion and deserve our recognition today more than ever.
The Increasing Need for Financial Wellness Benefits That Support the Hourly Workforce
It’s been about a year since COVID-19 was first confirmed in the US, upending industries and lives across the country. And no segment of the workforce has been more impacted than hourly employees. Spanning a range of industries from healthcare to retail and food service, hourly workers make up nearly 60 percent of the US workforce with over 80 million employees.
The Critical Impact of Leadership in Nursing Today
Nurses have been the leaders in this COVID-19 battle, and it’s evident that business leaders have had to rely on them to manage the business of healthcare like never before.
How Can Data Hub Help Steer Your Analytics Back on Track After COVID-19?
Learn about how a UKG customer was able to make better sense of its workforce data during the effects of COVID-19.
Improving Quality in Assisted Living
The Joint Commission is launching an Assisted Living Community Accreditation Program. Learn more about the program and how it will help assisted living communities deliver consistent, highly reliable care. As the healthcare industry moves forward after the challenging pandemic crises, this accreditation offers organizations a path towards standardization, improvement, and a relentless focus on the delivery of safe care to residents. We are doing our part at UKG to focus on all aspects of the workforce. We continue to innovate to create the most meaningful data, streamline work processes, and support efficiencies for all leaders and staff.
How to Be More Strategic in Managing Your Post-Pandemic K-12 Workforce
Learn from the experts how to be more strategic in managing your K-12 workforce in a post-pandemic world while continuing to do more with less.
Achieving Workforce Agility in Manufacturing – The Time is Now
Achieving workforce agility in manufacturing results in higher employee performance and greater overall organizational success.