7 Points of Satisfaction in Buying HR Technology. E4: Implementation with Pamela Glick, SyncHR
Jun26

7 Points of Satisfaction in Buying HR Technology. E4: Implementation with Pamela Glick, SyncHR

Seven Points of Satisfaction in buying HR Tech is a new webcast series is based on a popular series written by William Tincup and Jeremy Ames and published exclusively on The HR Gazette. Jeremy and Pam discuss important topics such as: Can I meet my implementation team before I sign? How fast do we dive into the software? How does cost factor into the implementation? Is change management an implemenatation task? What defines a...

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7 Points of Satisfaction in Buying HR Technology. E3: Negotiation with Adam Hale, Sage People
Jun19

7 Points of Satisfaction in Buying HR Technology. E3: Negotiation with Adam Hale, Sage People

Seven Points of Satisfaction in buying HR Tech is a new webcast series is based on a popular series written by William Tincup and Jeremy Ames and published exclusively on The HR Gazette. Jeremy and Adam discuss important topics such as: Transitioning from proposals and demos to negotiation What defines “success” in negotiation? Why is it important to know how vendors make their money? Who owns the data and how would the...

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7 Points of Satisfaction in Buying HR Technology: Preview with William Tincup, RecruitingDaily
May31

7 Points of Satisfaction in Buying HR Technology: Preview with William Tincup, RecruitingDaily

Seven Points of Satisfaction in Buying HR Tech is a new webcast series is based on a popular series written by William Tincup and Jeremy Ames and published exclusively on The HR Gazette. Sign Up to Receive more HR Tech Tips Email(required) Join HR tech expert Jeremy Ames as he guides you through the buying lifecycle and seven all-important areas of satisfaction when you’re purchasing HR technologies. Each episode in the series...

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How Internal Mobile Apps Influence Employee Engagement
May02

How Internal Mobile Apps Influence Employee Engagement

Are your employees engaged in what they’re doing? Many aren’t, as Gallup found that only 32 percent of employees in the United States have felt engaged at their jobs over the past 15 years. Those low engagement numbers lead to serious issues for companies. Simply put, employees who aren’t engaged aren’t as productive or as innovative. Low engagement also results in higher turnover rates. It’s estimated that employee disengagement...

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Why You Should Hire on Social Media, and How to Make it Work
Apr28

Why You Should Hire on Social Media, and How to Make it Work

It used to be so much more of a pain in the butt to apply for jobs. Applicants had to get a newspaper, see what was available, update and print their resume, find out where the business was located, and get themselves there for each job. Now, employees can find a job by searching Twitter hashtags on their phone, apply by tapping their thumb on a button that turns their LinkedIn profile into a resume and go back to bingeing on their...

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Improving Employee Job Satisfaction with Human Capital Management Systems
Mar03

Improving Employee Job Satisfaction with Human Capital Management Systems

By Katie Badeusz, EPAY Systems You’ve heard it time and again—happy employees lead to greater productivity and creativity at work. When morale rises, sales and profits do, too. But less than half of U.S. workers are happy at work, according to The Conference Board’s latest job satisfaction survey. No wonder so many companies are seeking new ways to improve employee job satisfaction—such as leveraging human-centric HR technology that...

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Connecting BI and HR to Meet Organizational Goals Effectively
Feb24

Connecting BI and HR to Meet Organizational Goals Effectively

The Human Resource department has a mass of data that links to the mob working in an organization. To manage the swarm, HR metrics dashboards, software, and other relevant tools are used widely. As you all know, the basic job of HR managers is to manage employees’ profiles, benefits, compensation, data, etc. But is there a way to shift such data for future productivity? Is this possible? Yes, indeed! Through Business...

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Want To Be Innovative In HR? Start With People, Not Technology.
Jan26

Want To Be Innovative In HR? Start With People, Not Technology.

It seems every article I read about HR innovation revolves around technology. Don’t get me wrong, I’ve dedicated 15 years of my career to HR technology and think the last decade of technological advancement has changed HR for the better, but I think we’re missing something important: the real innovation happens when we change how we approach employees. Innovation is often viewed as the application of better solutions that meet new...

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