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No one wants to put out last minute fires because payroll went wrong. From miscalculating employees’ premium overtime rates, to late payments caused by overdue timesheets, skilled nursing facilities need more than what generic payroll and HR solutions provide. Instead of helping you decrease your workload, they are increasing your headaches. Where am I going … Continue reading Why Skilled Nursing Facilities Need Flexible HCM Software in 2020
As someone running a home care agency with human resources responsibilities, you probably have a lot to manage each day, like onboarding, payroll, paid time off, benefits, and much more. These administrative tasks likely take so long that it leaves little to no time to make sure your patients’, clients’, and caregivers’ needs are taken … Continue reading The Impact of HCM on Your Home Care Agency’s ROI
As a very privileged Gen Zer, I have taken workplace safety for granted. This is because I know that everything was tested before its release to the general public and that there are strict laws and regulations that protect me. However, it was not too long ago that safety conditions in the workplace were flat … Continue reading A Ride through the History of the American Workforce
When was the last time you updated your employee handbook? If your answer to this question is more than a year ago, then it’s time to dig that handbook out from the dark pit of your filing cabinet where it’s been gathering dust. As employment laws, court judgments and regulations are constantly changing, it is … Continue reading Personalize Your Employee Handbook This Year
There is nothing new about intergenerational wars. Since the dawn of time, generations after generations have placed blame on each other for current issues, so there’s nothing foreign about Generation W, also known as the Me Generation or Baby Boomers (born between 1946 and 1965) blaming current problems on millennials (born between 1980 and 1995) … Continue reading Help! How can HR handle the new “Ok Boomer” trend in the Workplace?