Managing a rapidly evolving workforce with outdated tools and manual processes drags down HR. It saddles you with too many administrative tasks, and can keep you from focusing on what you do best: engaging with employees.If this sounds like your current reality, then itís time to evaluate your workforce management system. Download this new eBook to learn:
Flexible workplace forward thinkers are reporting productivity increases and cost decreases of 20% or more. Learn to achieve these benefits for your business by downloading the IBM executive report Achieving success with a flexible workplace: Forward thinkersí best practices to enhance productivity, spur innovation and reduce costs. The report contains findings from a recent IBM survey covering user mobility, user support, collaboration and security.
Work.com (formerly Rypple) is part of the Salesforce.com family. This social performance management system is most commonly used by organizations looking to improve alignment, performance measurement, and employee motivation.
This case study highlights how a leading transportation firm uses executive financial incentives to insure the highest system uptime for its customers. With the need to keep thousands of vehicles and employees on the move and process millions of daily transactions, keeping mission critical systems running is essential for financial performance.
Download this very brief guide now and reflect on the 9 Indicators. If you answer "no" to two or more of the questions listed within, there is undoubtedly sufficient ROI to strongly consider replacing your current incentive compensation system.
Published By: BlueVolt
Published Date: May 04, 2012
The best incentive programs are those that are the most successful. Give them the right carrot. That seems obvious. But what makes an incentive program successful? Read the Incentives Programs: Can You Motivate People to Take Your Training? white paper from BlueVolt to learn how to best use incentives in a training program.
Published By: HighRoads
Published Date: Jul 29, 2008
How bad has the impact of the high costs of benefits become? For the past five years, the cost of healthcare rose at double-digit rates, greater than the growth of wages or inflation. The high cost of employee benefits is one of the primary reasons preventing leading companies from achieving their financial objectives.