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Workforce Management

Wake-Up Call: It’s Time To Get Creative and Solve the Nursing Shortage

Just in time for Nurses Month, a new survey details how to better utilize and support nursing staff 365 days a year.
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Workforce Management

Staffing: Optimism in the Face of Obstacles

Never is one day the same as the other. That statement couldn’t be more true than in the Staffing industry. It seems that with each passing day there are new curveballs brought on by the pandemic. But it’s not all gloom and doom. Remember the words John Adams spoke, “Every problem is an opportunity in disguise”, and apply it to some silver linings over the past one and a half years. Never is one day the same as the other. That statement couldn’t be more true than in the Staffing industry. It seems that with each passing day there are new curveballs brought on by the pandemic. But it’s not all gloom and doom. Remember the words John Adams spoke, “Every problem is an opportunity in disguise”, and apply it to some silver linings over the past one and a half years.
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Life-Work Trends

2021 Employee Communication Trends: Must-Read Predictions From an Expert

In 2021, keeping non-desk employees informed and engaged at all times is a given, not a luxury.
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Workforce Management

Banking Post COVID-19: The New Digital Norm

The pandemic has greatly accelerated the implementation of business transformation technologies in the workplace and the acceptance of virtual technologies at home. In response to the acceleration of digital solutions, banks and credit unions have turned to products such as appointment setting and lobby tracking software to increase profitability and customer satisfaction through an omni-channel experience.
Employee Scheduling in Manufacturing
Employee Experience

Manufacturing, We Have a Problem

Plagued with the lowest levels of employee engagement across all industries, discover three actionable steps manufacturers can take now to drive improvement in this critical area.