Improving Workforce Engagement in a Modern Distribution Organization
Meet productivity goals in a tight labor market, distribution centers can utilize technology to engage and retain employees and optimize labor costs.
Improving Workforce Performance Through Digital Transformation
White paper explores how digital transformation leverages technology to provide more timely information access for faster and more insightful decision making.
The Great Overtime Dilemma
States and localities need overtime to complete essential work. Learn how public sector agencies are employing practices to better manage overtime.
Managing the Future of Work in Life Sciences
Technology is transforming the life sciences industry and accelerating how it innovates and produces products. Workforce invest is needed to remain competitive.
Cultivating Change in K-12 Schools
While workforce management solutions can deliver measurable efficiency, productivity, and visibility benefits to K-12 schools, integrating this technology in the daily lives of district employees can be a significant culture change.
Evolving Compliance in the New World of Remote Work
UKG™ partnered with BakerHostetler to tackle compliance challenges with the unprecedented levels of remote work the business world is experiencing.
Getting HR Investigations Right
Kate Bischoff, employment attorney and HR consultant at tHRive Law & Consulting LLC., partnered with UKG to cover best practices and how to properly conduct corporate investigations. Discover practical tips needed to do so.
Stay On Top of New SEC Disclosure Rules
UKG™ offers a quick guide to recent changes to disclosures required by the Securities and Exchange Commission, including descriptions of your human capital resources.
Scheduling Your Manufacturing Workforce
Effective labor scheduling is critical in manufacturing. Learn how new scheduling technology can align labor to meet your changing manufacturing needs.
As businesses reopen and return to full operating hours, reboarding retail employees safely, efficiently, and productively is critically important.