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Protecting Your Aerospace and Defense Contracts with Technology

In an industry as demanding as Aerospace and Defense, there is no room for error when it comes to the products or tracking employees’ time.
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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.
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Unions and Manufacturing: A Team Effort

When it comes to unions in manufacturing, working together and using the right workforce technology can improve collaboration and compliance.
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4 Flexible Employee Scheduling Practices for Manufacturers to Consider

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many manufacturing employees need to stay home to fulfill caregiving obligations. But what happens if employees don’t have an alternative or flexible work schedule?
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The Value of Workforce Management Data for Human Resources

What if there were a way to make human resources tasks easier, while enabling HR to further empower and engage the workforce? There is – visibility and analysis of your data.
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Maximize Schedule Coverage with These Two Workforce Central Features

Organizations and employees need flexibility in how they schedule and staff to meet ever-changing needs. Workforce Central offers two complementary features that provide employees the flexibility they need to work when they want while helping their organizations meet demand. Find out what they are and how they help you maximize schedule coverage!
Manufacturers can drive business continuity by considering three guiding principles:  1. Accommodating the new employee experience 2. Enabling continuous operational agility 3. Fueling lasting financial resiliency
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Drive Business Continuity in Manufacturing: Accommodate the New Employee Experience

While disruptions in business operations, the supply chain, and finances have been significant, employers must recognize their workforce is facing a different reality at home and at work.
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How a Comprehensive Absence Management Strategy Can Help Drive Business Continuity in Manufacturing

To respond to business disruptions, manufacturers need a comprehensive absence management strategy that enables them to manage employees on leave and easily deploy available workers to maintain business continuity; all while prioritizing employee safety.