In a world where the labor participation shortage is real and not going away, manufacturers are looking for real ways to drive productivity, performance, retention of talent, and new strategies for attracting incoming generations. What can be done?
The work of the nurse has been displayed and shared transparently for all to see over these past two years. However, how we measure the impact of nursing MUST be reconsidered. To answer this call, we conducted a thorough research study to evaluate nursing productivity and have identified multiple themes and areas for future consideration. Within this blog, we review the highlights of our study.
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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.
UKG (Ultimate Kronos Group) recently held its 2nd annual Industry Insights Digital Summit. With over 1,500 attendees, this virtual half-day of learning and networking event provided a wealth of information and expert insights on various workforce issues. Let’s take a look at the three must-see sessions that you don't want to miss, how to register, and what you can learn from top experts and the latest healthcare industry trends.
Evolving labor models and resource allocation methods have put critical focus on centralized staffing and scheduling to meet volatile patient care demands during the COVID-19 pandemic. Let’s examine how proper workforce management governance can help to foster employee engagement and sustainable practices to achieve success in today’s landscape!
To truly succeed at scale – from onboarding to offboarding employees – you'll need to adopt workflow automations.
It’s been about a year since COVID-19 was first confirmed in the US, upending industries and lives across the country. And no segment of the workforce has been more impacted than hourly employees. Spanning a range of industries from healthcare to retail and food service, hourly workers make up nearly 60 percent of the US workforce with over 80 million employees.
Employer leave programs are evolving, and the financial risk isn't just tied to compliance anymore.
Learn more about the importance of diversity within Healthcare, and how UKG’s products can help you to foster a more inclusive and equitable organization!