2 Surprising Benefits of Employee Self-Service
March 30, 2017
2 Surprising Benefits of Employee Self-Service Times are a-changin’, and HR leaders are feeling it. According to a 2016 Pew Research Center report, technology-driven shifts have increased a sense of self-reliance and independence in individuals. According to the study, “Nearly nine-in-ten Americans today are online up from about half in the early 2000s […]. Roughly three-quarters […]
NEW OSHA Recordkeeping and Reporting Requirements
January 18, 2017
Focus on Compliance: New OSHA Recordkeeping and Reporting Requirements The Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA) requires many organizations with 11 or more employees to document serious work-related injuries and illnesses. Under a new rule, many employers must not only record injuries and illnesses, but also submit information electronically to OSHA. The new rule took […]
Where the Filed Things Are
June 10, 2015
According to a study by the International Data Corporation (IDC), "U.S.-based companies spend $25 billion to $35 billion processing (filing, storing and retrieving) paper. Management of documents over their life cycle pushes that figure up to $100 billion per year." It is no longer a matter of "if - rather, what businesses should consider before buying a document management system (DMS).
The Millennial Expectation of Technology in the Workplace
March 7, 2017
The Millennial Expectation of Technology in the Workplace Tom Brokaw has called them the “greatest generation since the “Greatest Generation.” They have had more screen time than any other generation in history. They are millennials, and they are no longer the up-and-coming generation. This group of people – born between 1980 and 2000 – already […]
EEO Reporting: The Basics and Tools for Compliance
July 21, 2016
As an organization grows, so does its responsibilities. Case in Point: Employers with 100 or more employees are mandated by federal law to file an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO-1) report
Step Three: Protect Your Stash
October 29, 2014
Should a zombie apocalypse take over, would your documents be safe? According to research by the University of Texas, “Only six percent of companies suffering from a catastrophic loss survive, while 43 percent never reopen and 51 percent close within two years.” Don’t fall prey to these ghoulish stats; have a survival plan ready to go in case any “creepy crawlies” come lurking around your business.
How to Find Your (HR Tech) Soul Mate
February 9, 2017
How to Find Your (HR Tech) Soul Mate Shopping for the right HR software for your business is not unlike dating. But with no apps or online match sites for human capital management (HCM), how do you compare and sort through all those vendors vying to win your company’s heart? How do you sort through […]
Current Form I-9 Remains Effective
April 7, 2016
Form I-9 was set to expire March 31, 2016; however, that day has come and gone, and the current Form I-9 remains effective.
Advance HR Functions with Document Management
June 19, 2014
Even in our digital age, paper remains a vital commodity for doing businesses. As an International Data Corporation study reported, “U.S.-based companies spend $25 billion to $35 billion processing (filing, storing and retrieving) paper.” Management of these documents pushes that figure up to $100 billion annually. As utilization of business data expands, companies are experimenting with alternate solutions to managing paper files.