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Emerging Digital Tools in HR and Payroll ― True State of the Union
New technology tools are on the rise for HR, payroll, and workforce management professionals. Learn which emerging digital tools can provide value.
The Human Capital Treasure Map and the Moments That Matter Along the Way
In this webinar, experts discuss practical examples that illustrate how critical HR capacity can be created to focus on acute business challenges.
5 Reasons Why a Total Employee Value Strategy Is a Must-Have, and How To Create One
Employees today expect more than a competitive salary from employers, so it is critical for organizations to have a total employee value strategy in order to remain competitive in the job market to attract the best talent and retain current talent.
Are You Ready for the Future of Work?
An increasingly complex regulatory landscape. Natural disasters and extreme weather events. And how is artificial intelligence really impacting employees? To answer these questions, The Workforce Institute has released a new book, “Being Present: A Practical Guide for Transforming the Employee Experience of Your Frontline Workforce.”
How to Create Champions of Change
Join Chas Fields, strategic HCM advisor, and Brad Nycz, customer success manager, for a conversation on change management. During the session, Chas and Brad will walk through change management best practices and discuss why change isn’t so hard when you have a solid plan in place.
Is Time Costing You Payroll Dollars?
Payroll mistakes can be costly. Learn how combining time and payroll improves efficiency and compliance, reduces payroll errors, and lowers costs.
Better Together: Why Workforce Management Should Be a Cornerstone of Your HCM Strategy
To remain competitive and drive better business results going forward, you need to think more strategically about your entire workforce.
Peculiarities in California Compliance: Strategies to Minimize Wage and Hour Risk
While most of us are familiar with federal wage and hour laws, California has its own more extensive regulations of wages and working conditions.