We live in a digital age and with technology's increasing speed, efficiency and convenience, we have streamlined and improved productivity. As employers become more dependent on technology, more solutions are developed, making it even more difficult to decipher which tool is the best fit for your company. This is where we can help.
Our technology experts educate, inform and guide you throughout the challenging process of navigating the numerous vendors and finding the best technology solutions for your needs. We seek to understand first and bring our project management skills and expertise to your project. Our consultants uncover needs, connect you with the right vendors and ask the technical questions that identify the best solutions based on your size, scope and budget.
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A recent remote work preparedness survey from Wrike, a collaborative work-management platform, found that nearly half (49%) of 1,024 full-time workers in the U.S. surveyed said they never work from home, and another 23% only work from home during special circumstances, such as to care for a sick child or during extreme weather. And 40% of respondents said their employer does not have the technology necessary to support working from home. In this article, we will cover some innovative technologies available to assist employees as they make this transition and to ensure employees remain productive.
A company's employees are its most important asset. Hiring and retaining the best talent is now more important than ever, and pre-employment testing helps you make more informed hiring decisions. The result is more productive employees, reduced turnover, and less time and money spent on hiring and training costs.
Businesses have taken decades to get up to speed with the evolving role of the HR function, and for many companies this remains an area for significant opportunity in that HR continues to focus on compliance and react as situations arise. While compliance and reacting to workplace situations continues to be a function of HR, HR has evolved into so much more — it has reinvented itself in the areas of talent acquisition, employee experience and culture. So let’s acknowledge what an HR department can bring to the table in 2020.
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