Do you have a cookie-cutter approach to leadership development? How do you sustain learning beyond the classroom? You can transform your training events into Learning Journeys to increase “stickiness” and help develop your leaders in a more engaging way through a thoughtful blend of formal and informal learning, and application opportunities. With best practices and case studies, learn what Learning Journeys are, what to keep in mind when designing them, and how they work to extend learning beyond the classroom to create a culture of continuous learning. Find out how Learning Journeys result in behavior change and ultimately better business results.
You spent hours developing a fabulous benefits package, only to find out a mere third of your workforce read through the material. How are you going improve your benefits engagement? Virtual technologies offer an affordable and convenient solution. In this session you’ll discover how PGi uses a variety of communication methods to engage their geographically-dispersed workforce (associates are located in 36 states). Inspire ideas for new hire orientations, learn how to conduct virtual health and benefit fairs, gather creative social media tips for open enrollment, and explore how PGi has more than doubled participation in their HDHP consumerism plan. You’ll see how simple, yet effective, technology solutions can be, to give your benefit communications a lift!
Reports, dashboards, scorecards. They are developed to measure, monitor, and drive your business, but are often fraught with challenges, such as data inaccuracies, long time-to-produce, or lack of standardization.
Workforce planning and analytics empower organizations to gain an advantage by making better decisions about the workforce, through the use of data and facts, rather than guesswork or gut-feel. Unlocking critical insights to acquire, retain, develop, and optimize talent brings significant competitive advantage and enables HR leaders to build a workforce plan that supports the business plan.
Join this Webinar to receive your Insiders Guide to Workforce Analytics, and learn:
Definitions of key terms
Examples of metrics and analytics
How to measure your company’s “workforce analytics maturity”
In today’s world of rapid, disruptive change, strategy can’t be separate from execution—it has to emerge from execution. You have to continually adjust your strategy to fit new realities. But if your organization isn't set up to be fast on its feet, you could easily go the way of Blockbuster or Borders.
Laura Stack shows you how to quickly drive strategic initiatives and get great results from your team. Her L-E-A-D Formula™ outlines the Four Keys to Successful Execution:
The ability to LEVERAGE your talent and resources;
Design an ENVIRONMENT to support an agile culture;
Create ALIGNMENT between strategic priorities and operational activities;
DRIVE goals forward quickly.
She includes a leadership team assessment, group reading guides, and bonus self-development resources. Stack will equip you with the knowledge, skills, and inspiration to help you hit the ground running!
Does your organization offer flexible working? Have you ever wondered what value employees place on flexible working? Do you know if leading businesses are using it to attract and retain key employees? To help answer these and other questions, HR.Com on behalf of Softworks surveyed professionals from around the globe. In this webinar we will share these findings with you. We will reveal the value employees place on their time vs money and why many employees would actually prefer flexible working options to a pay increase. Furthermore we will look at the flexible working value proposition for both employee and employer and how flexible working options are assisting organizations attract and retain top talent and maximize efficiency and productivity.
Please note: This session does not qualify for educational credits.
There are plenty of basic timekeeping systems, but for large employers these systems often fall short. Automating some of your rules is a start, but any work done outside of the system is probably costing you money… and almost certainly increasing your risk.
The more cost-effective approach is an enterprise solution: a single platform that calculates all of your pay rules, enforces all of your attendance policies, and streamlines compliance functions for each operating region, with no customization and no compromises.
WorkForce Software’s EmpCenter suite provides that enterprise approach, and in this live demonstration you’ll get a closer look at EmpCenter Time & Attendance, the solution than can help you:
• Automate 100% of pay rules for all employees, at all locations
• Smoothly adjust to changing demands with configuration
• Match each user group’s distinct needs with a tailored user experience
• Proactively alert managers of upcoming tasks and potential concerns
• Streamline and simplify time off requests for managers and employees
These benefits and more will be highlighted during simple, “day in the life” scenarios for users with a wide range of time and attendance needs. The demonstration will also describe the wide variety of options available for collecting time and activity data, from webclocks and wall-mounted terminals to smartphone- and tablet-based approaches.
Attend this live session to get a glimpse of what total automation can mean for your time and attendance processes, and to see why WorkForce Software is the fastest-growing provider of workforce management solutions in the cloud.
This session will be most valuable to HR professionals representing large employers, those with complex time and labor requirements, or those with a highly distributed workforce.
Gathering feedback and using it appropriately is essential to assessing the current state of your organization, ensuring buy-in for change, and ultimately making the improvements that will drive a breakthrough.
In the Human Resources sphere when discussing feedback we usually think of how we conduct the ‘annual employee survey’ when we gather data in an attempt to measure engagement levels across the entire organization.
Managing this process is crucial and while many organizations are collecting the data they are not applying what they learn in ways that contribute to meaningful and substantive change.
Join us as we explore the key things you should do in order to achieve breakthroughs in performance and innovation and how you can use the insights you gain to seize the opportunities for improvement.
Are you getting the most out of your development plans? Research shows that only 45% of leaders plan their development with their managers—and data also shows that only half of these formal development plans are effective. How can leaders work on closing their skill gaps without knowing what exactly needs to be developed?
Learn how to prepare “ready-now” leaders with an effective development planning process that is focused on high-payoff areas to support the organization’s current and future needs. This webcast will provide best practices and tools to help create effective and meaningful development plans that ensure growth and development occurs.
In this webcast we will examine Labor Scheduling and the different options and stages of automation. From intuitive user driven systems, where the user inputs the schedule based on their knowledge, experience and the needs of the business to more "intelligent" based solutions where "the system" effectively builds and optimizes the schedule, based on the inputs, drivers, demands, planned and historical data. Furthermore, we will look at the current trend towards Employee Self Service (ESS) options, that are empowering employees by giving them greater control over their working day. Finally, we will examine the many benefits of automated labor scheduling including; accurately scheduling and optimizing the number of staff “on” when the business needs them most, reduced absenteeism & overtime payments, managing employees numbers and costs relative to revenue and empowering employees to have greater control over their scheduling and organization of their work.
The global workforce is becoming increasingly mobile. As a result, the workplace is evolving, with less dedicated work cubes and more multi-functional gathering spaces that foster collaboration and social conversations; employees connecting through various media with co-workers across the country and world; and human resources wondering how these changes impact how work gets accomplished, how it changes office dynamics and company culture.
Technology is the backbone that makes work (and employees) more portable. Human resource professionals that effectively adapt to these trends with effective workplace strategies can strike a perfect balance of realizing significant cost savings while maintaining engagement and collaboration among the mobile and “traditional” office staff alike.