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Steve Tonks, Senior Vice President – EMEA at WorkForce Software, offers his insights into what employers can do to prevent burnout and demotivation.
2021’s remote-working revolution represents a sliver of what’s going on for the UK’s workforce, most of whom are the deskless frontline staff that kept the country going during the lockdown and are now vital to post-Covid recovery.
Michigan Employers Have to be Ready When Supreme Court Decision on Vaccine Mandate Drops | Detroit Free Press
After months of uncertainty, it appears large Michigan employers will have an answer soon on whether a federal vaccine and testing rule will proceed.
WorkForce Software’s SVP EMEA Steve Tonks explores three ways employers can begin to adapt their strategies and improve the employee experience for deskless workers in TechNative.
HCM Technology Report looks back at 2021 and what employers should know as they go into 2022, citing WorkForce Software’s employee experience report.
WorkForce Software’s SVP of Human Resources, Leslie Tarnacki, spoke with Real Simple about the importance of offering flexibility as workers seek a balance between their professional and personal lives now more than ever.
With 2022 guaranteed to show continued growth and development in HR tech software, Nick Bailey, SVP – APJ at WorkForce Software, lays out several key insights for the year to come.
How did business leaders perform during 2020 & 2021? Steve Tonks, SVP – EMEA at WorkForce Software, dives into the question with Business Reporter.
Workforce Software and Its Partners Offer Immediate Solution to Companies Affected By Ransomware Attack | HRTech Series
WorkForce Software announces it has developed a rapid solution to be deployed by companies affected by a recent ransomware attack, as covered by HRTech Series.
After nearly two years of the ongoing pandemic, employee stress and mental health issues are on the rise. Now comes another complication for many workers: stress surrounding end-of-year and holiday planning.
Work from home guidelines are being reintroduced in England as part of the government’s Plan B guidance to curb the spread of the Omicron COVID-19 variant. But what about the many workers for whom work from home is not an option?