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As we near 2022, WorkForce Software’s SVP EMEA Steve Tonks makes his predictions for the new year and how management can future-proof their strategies.
Opal Healthcare, one of Australia’s largest aged care providers, has signed on with WorkForce Software to provide a self-service portal for roster management, shift swaps, leave requests and work availability updates to its 9,500 employees.
Rise of the FIZO Worker: Employees are Finding Ways to Incorporate Work with Holidays to Bring More Flexibility to Their Lives | The Herald Sun
WorkForce Software’s SVP of Human Resources, Leslie Tarnacki, gives tips to start a conversation with your manager as you seek to have more flexibility in your work schedule.
Whether it’s called the Great Resignation, Great Reallocation, or the Great Talent Swap, one thing is clear: Employees want more flexibility and they’re willing — and able — to switch jobs if they’re not getting it.
Retail workers who have a positive employee experience are far more likely to engage a customer in a meaningful way and produce an equally positive customer experience. Nick Bailey, SVP – Asia-Pacific & Japan at WorkForce Software, shares five ways employers can engage their workers in RetailBiz.
With information about the new Omicron variant still relatively unknown, it may be advisable for HR leaders to reconsider their options for the months ahead. Experts are advising employers to act quickly to safeguard staff instead of waiting for government guidance.
Steve Tonks, SVP EMEA at WorkForce Software, points out that rapidly changing compliance rules place an increased risk and responsibility on the shoulders of frontline employees.
Opal HealthCare, one of Australia’s largest aged care providers, now offers a convenient self-service portal for roster management, shift swaps, leave requests and work availability updates for its 9,500 team members using WorkForce Software.
Poor productivity and absenteeism cost UK businesses £14 billion in 2020 alone. What can be done to reverse this trend? According to new research by WorkForce Software, ensuring hourly workers are empowered, supported and appreciated is key.
How to “Bundy On” with New Technology in a Skills Shortage | Australia Manufacturing Technology Institute Limited
Manufacturing in Australia is set to undergo significant change during the next decades, and workforce issues are already beginning to bite.
A recent survey suggests that, in the UK, 41% of employees are considering quitting their jobs in search of more fulfilling work. For employers looking to reverse this trend, artificial intelligence could be the solution.