Quality of Care is defined as the ability for your organization to deliver the appropriate care and or services to your patients and residents thereby improving the expected outcome of their health or illnesses.
What types of Technologies are available to the healthcare industry to improve efficiencies and present information in an easy-to-use manner that makes sense to healthcare professionals?
The focus of this webinar will be how to leverage Workforce Management to aid your organization in delivering an improved quality of care to your patients. These tasks and functions will include Scheduling and Call-In Procedure Management, Absence Planning as well as Time & Attendance.
Identifying great candidates usually starts with an impressive resume, but that only provides part of the story. To gain more insight into a candidate’s past performance, a scientifically valid and objective assessment is needed to provide a fuller picture. Human resource professionals can select more “A” players by using scientifically validated surveys created by industrial psychologists that leverage feedback from references. By discovering what previous managers and colleagues openly say about a candidate’s strengths, weaknesses and behaviors, “A” players can be selected 90% of the time!
Learn how automated online reference-checking has introduced a way to capture behavioral feedback from five references in two days for each job candidate. Also, see a demonstration of how this software infuses consistency, reliability and validity, and how to identify which candidates display the characteristics of an “A” player.
Please note: This webcast does not qualify for certification credits.
Employee time is one of your organizations most valuable and costly resources. Knowledge of employee time results in faster decision making, improved scheduling, labor law compliance, and better labor cost management, making your organization more productive, competitive and profitable. Softworks understands this area better than anyone, because we have been assisting world class organisations with these challenges for over 20 years.
We strive to make a positive difference to the working lives of our users, their organization & employees and we focus our energies on staying in tune with customer needs and proactively addressing them. We would now like to share with you what our customers say “they just love” about our solutions! We invite you to join Andrew Ferguson, Softworks CEO and Dave Schulz, National Account Manager for a live 60 minute demo on Softworks most loved features as voted by customers.
In this session, Andrew and Dave will give you a behind the scenes glimpse of the coolest features and functions of Softworks leading Time & Attendance solution. They'll lift the hood on the product and share with you the key features and functions that customers say they just "can’t live without"!
They will demonstrate how Softworks Time & Attendance Solutions build a clear picture of employee time through detailed data and reports on attendance, absenteeism, overtime, flexible working, scheduling and vacation leave. Scalable and completely configurable, our solutions can apply an organization's unique pay rules and policies accurately and consistently and ensure the organization is fully compliant with legislation.
This webinar does not qualify for educational credits.
Ceridian's award-winning Dayforce HCM solution provides a complete, single application for Workforce Management that includes:
- Employee Self-Service
- Planning & Forecasting
- Time & Attendance
- Attendance Management
- Task Management
- Labor Budgeting
This demonstration will showcase how Dayforce helps organizations improve workforce performance, reduce labor cost, and align the workforce with corporate goals. The demonstration is intended to provide a high level overview of the application’s capabilities, and will cover the user experience from the perspectives of an associate, a manager, and an administrator.
This demonstration is appropriate for Hr.com members in the U.S. or Canada who are in HR, Finance, or Operations roles at companies with 100 or more employees.
Standards have been enacted in several states to establish the flow of information between healthcare providers regarding prospective employees. However, hospitals that continue to merely comply with those standards and accept minimal feedback from references find themselves at a disadvantage.
Hospitals can now get actionable feedback from five references in two days, including open-ended comments that can help get more in-depth information from the people that know the candidate best – their references. And, it doesn’t involve the phone. Learn how to improve your reference-checking efficiency by 90% and to get references to tell you about their experiences with the candidate.
How Innovative Learning Solves the Healthcare Staffing Crisis Whether you need to introduce an employee to your organization’s processes, keep certifications up-to-date, or implement a new policy throughout the organization, the daily needs for training within a healthcare organization can be costly. In this webinar, we can learn from Kenneth Fung, chief strategist, Learning Technologies, Infor and Robin Stimac, Healthcare Strategy Director for HCM at Infor, on how learning that extends beyond the enterprise can help your organization:
Focus on long-term human capital development
Integrate and synchronize learning data with your existing HCM applications
Did you know that within the first 48 hours of your employees attending a traditional training or learning event, their knowledge retention drops to 33 percent? Did you also know that research now shows that nearly 80 percent of learning in the workplace takes place informally? So why are training departments still spending the vast majority of their budgets on formal training efforts? Informal Learning has become all the rage over the past 5 years in the Learning and Development industry. As we’ve taken a closer look at this powerful discipline we’ve learned that Informal learning can actually be “formalized”, tracked, measured, and implemented through Performance Support. This session will address the methodologies behind designing, implementing, and maintaining effective Performance Support (learning while doing), and how it is now, more than ever, all around us!
Are you covered by OSHA’s HazCom Standard and worried about how you’re going to meet compliance with the new GHS alignment changes and phased-in compliance deadlines? With a little education and preparation, you can eliminate your transition concerns and ensure your organization is able to seamlessly meet OSHA’s series of phased-in HazCom 2012 compliance deadlines ― the first of which is Dec. 1, 2013. This workshop provides a comprehensive overview of HazCom 2012, along with actionable steps you can take to manage the transition and comply with the approaching deadlines. This is a fast moving presentation that covers OSHA's adoption of GHS from both a theoretical and practical perspective. You'll learn what to do and why.
This program will discuss all aspects of legally effective incident investigation and management, arising from a variety of crisis situations. Basic principles of accident investigation will be examined, as well as management of OSHA/MSHA inspections arising from occupational accidents, insurance and tort/contractor liability issues, media management, staffing, and site security. Given that improperly managed incidents can frequently give rise to OSHA/MSHA prosecution or civil tort and contract liability, learning the basic principles will help to limit legal exposures for companies and their managers. Participants will learn proper approaches to root cause analysis as well as proactive steps that can be taken to avoid crisis situations in the future.
This session will provide a background on how lean thinking and tools can help safety and any HR function. Following the teachings of W. Edwards Deming, Toyota created a production system, now commonly referred to as lean production. What is not well understood is that “lean” works in any office and business, regardless of size. Whether healthcare, small enterprise, food service, or non – profit, “lean” can help improve teamwork, culture and drive continuous improvement, but only if we go back to basics and strip away the mystery that this thinking is only for the manufacturing floor. Participants in the session will gain new insight into both “how” and “why” standards should be developed.