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The mass reassessment of careers people have undergone over the past few years – described by many as the Great Resignation, by others as the Great Reshuffle – is showing no signs of calming down. In fact, in the U.K., the trend seems to be accelerating. Read on to find out what businesses can do to combat this, retain their staff, and provide a better experience for their employees.
Dr. Angelina Sun, Workforce Management Solutions Director at WorkForce Software, shares insights with FE News into why the strikes by educators are happening and what can be done to mitigate them and improve the employee experience for educators.
Quiet quitting, where employees do the bare minimum but don’t quit, has been making headlines lately and now the other side of that, quiet firing, is the topic of conversation. Forbes talks with HR professionals to get advice on what employees can do if quiet firing is happening to them.
New workforce experience research shows that discrepancies between employers’ and employees’ workplace experience ratings are closing, but employers need to turn awareness into action. More than 3,000 employees and employers from across the globe and in a variety of industries were interviewed to get their input.
WorkForce Software’s Chief Marketing Office, Sandra Moran, talks with Raconteur about the importance of including current customers in a SaaS marketing model called the bowtie. Sandra discusses what that means and how using data to track buying signals enables marketers to work closely with sales to keep accounts on track.
Scott Bamford, WorkForce Software’s director of workforce management, shares five simple steps that employers can take to better support deskless workers to mitigate the impact of The Great Exhaustion and to attract and retain top talent.
Press Gazette speaks to Sandra Moran, CMO at WorkForce Software, in the latest edition of their Marketing Maestro interview series. Moran shares some of her B2B marketing achievements, the ins and outs of media channels, and the importance of harnessing buyer intent data.
WorkForce Software’s Annual Workplace Experience Study Finds Employers Are Aware of Inability to Meet Worker Demands | UK Tech News
WorkForce Software’s second global employee experience study reveals a closing gap, as employers demonstrate awareness of the inability to meet worker demands. New workforce experience research shows that discrepancies between employers’ and employees’ workplace experience ratings are closing, but employers need to turn awareness into action.
Businesses should not overlook their deskless workforce population, which makes up a whopping 80% of the global workforce and plays an essential role in many industries. Read more from WorkForce Software’s Leslie Tarnacki to find out how to meet the demands of these vital workers.
Dash Network sat down with Sandra Moran, CMO at WorkForce Software, to discuss where the deskless worker industries are in terms of delivering the best employee experience (EX) possible to their workforce and share current trends and challenges in the EX space.
Leslie Tarnacki, SVP of HR at WorkForce Software, talks with Forbes about the concept of “quiet firing” and how managers can leverage other more positive alternatives, like technology, to bring out the best in their employees and create a healthy, positive culture.