Employee Recruitment in a Dynamic Business Environment

“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times.” Never have those words, written by Charles Dickens more than a century ago, been so relevant. The face of employee recruitment has never been so challenging. While many businesses across the continent are on the ‘essential’ list, there are many more who have made the transition to a remote workforce, which is essential to their businesses’ livelihood. Many essential businesses are not just open, but are thriving with the need to hire. Using virtual robust employee recruiting and onboarding tools has never been more practical and valuable. Regardless of the economic climate across the business landscape, recruiting qualified candidate

Transitioning to a Remote Workforce

Time and Attendance Tools and Tips Working remotely is becoming increasingly more common in many industries, and has been, even before the COVID-19 pandemic. Studies and surveys alike demonstrate the benefits of working remotely for both the employer and the employee. For the employee it provides flexibility. Reducing commute time and being close to home and family allows the employee to start work fresh each day without the hassles of traffic. It also gives the employee time to manage their busy work schedule tandem with the other important things in their lives, such as children’s schedules, continuing education, and personal and community obligations. For employers, employees who work r

5 Ways to Boost Employee Morale

Employee morale is incredibly essential to any business. Gallup, a global analytics and advice firm, regularly reports that involved and motivated employees perform their roles with higher productivity. Manufacturing an employee’s positive morale isn’t possible, but influencing workplace factors to better their work experience is. How do you identify employees who may need a morale boost? Performance management software, like LightWork® Performance Management, assists you in identifying key performance indicators from employee performance appraisals. Higher performing employees means more revenue for your business. Ask yourself: can you afford to have employees with low morale? 1. Engage in

Managed Services Provide Predictability and Stability

Managing the needs of your company’s employees, whether they are in the office or working remotely, can be challenging for any organization of any size. Providing flexibility to employees while keeping your organization running smoothly and securely is paramount in today’s economy, and managed services is often the solution. It allows you to focus on your business, without the daily concerns technology management can bring. When downtime is not an option, managed services makes sense. Managed services can include managed IT services, supporting the applications, infrastructure, desktops, email, web applications, document management, and other technologies that run your business that require

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