Workforce management is trickier and more demanding than ever before in history. The reasons why are plentiful, but some of the most compelling center on such issues as government regulations, negotiated work rules, and increased high stakes impact of noncompliance. Failure to comply with those requirements not only is unacceptable, but also carries a steep burden on commercial enterprises and government employers for noncompliance. As a result of noncompliance, employers face financial penalties, time-consuming legal proceedings, management distractions, and loss of brand reputation.
Labor Department changes, along with the growing complexity of collective bargaining agreements, are adding new challenges for employers. Workforce Management (WFM) solutions must do more to help employers reduce risk and cut workforce-related costs.
Organizations need to take note of recent stepped-up efforts by the US Department of Labor—from opening new offices and hiring new people to go after employers to make sure they’re paying employees correctly, to assisting employees in learning how to file suits, and eliminating opinion letters. Let’s face it, there is no more “get-out-of-jail-free card.”
Today, the burden is on you, as the employer, to decide if you’ve correctly understood and interpreted various labor laws, and to make sure your employee records are as unimpeachable as possible.
Join us to find out how to lower your compliance risk while you improve your bottom line—with workforce management.
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o View real-time, actionable alerts.
o Maintain ever-changing pay rules.
o Deploy best-practice procedures to ensure compliance
Gain insights into how to use workforce management to help you ensure legal standards are met, and how your labor standards meet compliance rules, all while continuing to drive profitability.
Infor10 WFM (Workbrain) helps automate and standardize your time and labor processes, helping you enhance profitability by reducing costs, boosting customer and employee satisfaction, and adapting to changing conditions on the fly. www.infor.com