In its latest labor market update, UKG analyzes workforce data for September to understand how long the labor market will stay steady.
Not too fast, not too slow: Workforce activity is changing at just the right pace.
UKG breaks down the complex network of supply chain challenges impacting manufacturers, 3PLs, and retailers around the world.
Business leaders from the retail, hospitality, and food service industries share how technology has helped them attract and retain top workers.
UKG shares three key takeaways from its June Workforce Activity Report.
The pandemic has shown that to thrive, employers must be flexible, adaptable, and truly invested in the needs and concerns of their employees if they want to retain their talent. To understand the reality faced by employees and organizations alike in this modern workforce, we developed a concept called the Life-work Journey™. To illustrate the positive change and flexibility that Life-work Tech can provide, read on to see a typical day in the life of a retail employee.
Supermarkets and grocery stores are the backbone of our communities. They ensure that families are fed, and they provide jobs to people from every walk of life. Employees help keep shelves stocked at night and serve customers with a smile during the day. This February 22, 2022, on Supermarket Employee Day (and every day in between)... we want to thank you!
You’ve probably seen the effects first-hand. When it comes to the Great Resignation, why have hospitality and food service been hit the hardest?
Life at UKG
Rob Klitsch joins UKG as the new Industry Marketing Director for Retail and Hospitality. At UKG, Rob will offer his extensive industry knowledge to lead UKG’s marketing strategy across the retail, hospitality, and food service verticals.
With a unified payroll, payroll services, and HR solution in place, the team at M Culinary Concepts can now focus on providing a great guest experience for their clients and be able to take care of their people who make it all happen.