The first half of this webinar will discuss how three trends and innovations in the employee engagement space are revolutionizing the way organizational health is being measured and how leaders act on the feedback they receive.
The second half of the webinar will focus on how organizations are using their engagement data along with other key metrics like performance, onboarding effectiveness, leadership, and demographics data to create a set of predictive analytics that anticipates employee behavior before it occurs so you can act first rather than react.
If you are interested in how the trends and innovations around employee measurement today will change the way HR works tomorrow, this is the webinar for you.
Do you know what a strong Fatigue Management Strategy (FMS) looks like? If you answered happier employees, you would be wrong. Quick level set: what is Fatigue Management? In the simplest terms, Fatigue Management is a collection of policies and practices designed to prevent employee fatigue caused by working too much. This webinar is going to set the stage by defining what a Fatigue Management Strategy looks like, why there is a need and more importantly, we’ll discuss how you can implement a Fatigue Management Strategy. Approaching Fatigue Management strategically empowers a hospital to improve nurse safety and ability to deliver superior patient care.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, temporary agency employment grew by an astounding 9.6%. And whether you call them contingent workers, contractors, or good ol’ fashioned temps, the number of personnel joining the ranks of the “free agent economy” is on the rise and, managed properly, can add another dimension of flexibility, effectiveness, and efficiency to your business. However, it can present some interesting challenges from both a talent management and a workforce management perspective. During this informative webcast, we’ll explore some of the obstacles, options, and opportunities of leveraging this large and growing sector of the labor pool.