While many businesses recognize the value of purchasing HR technology, nearly 50% of them do not fully adopt the products they have bought. This infographic demonstrates the negative impact manual processes have on engagement and productivity.
The percentage of businesses experiencing difficulty filling open positions is at the highest rate in 10 years, and it’s expected to rise even higher. Learn reasons for the shortage, how it affects you and steps you can take from this infographic.
Everyone has to be trained. Whether you have a new employee or a seasoned exec, all levels need practical training that’s specific to their organization. Employees want to be trained, and that begins with workplace learning.
HR departments and C-suites nationwide are abuzz with talk of the “employee experience,” often abbreviated as “EX.” Find out what the EX is — and is not — in this infographic.
Grab a piña colada and take a look at vacationing by the numbers, why it’s important for your people to take PTO and how Paycom can help manage the influx of requests this time of year.
Employee self-service portals relieve HR departments from unnecessary administrative burdens. In addition, today’s mobile workforce expects them, and the statistics prove it.
Is your existing onboarding program providing new hires what they need to be successful at your organization? Check out this infographic to find out the top seven onboarding steps you can take to exceed their expectations and build better employees.
Garnishing employees’ wages is a risky business. This infographic shows you why it pays for employers to outsource the responsibility of employee garnishments.
Just as learning doesn’t end when a graduate receives his or her diploma, it also doesn’t end when a worker accepts a position with a company. This infographic shows how continuous training ties directly to increases in everything from productivity to profit.
According to an American Payroll Association study, more than 75 percent of companies lose money from buddy punching. In fact, the average employee steals 54 minutes each workday. Time’s a-wastin’ – literally! Take back control of your time data today.
Acclimating new hires to your workplace can be chaotic, what with setting up payroll, submitting a W-4 and assigning training, just for starters. An onboarding system, however, greatly simplifies the process, yielding not just a happier workforce all around, but benefits both immediate and long-term.
Today’s employees expect the information they need to be online. They want to be able to access their pay history, benefits information, accruals, training and more. Empower your employees and managers with the online access they need to be more productive and engaged.
The carrot-and-stick approach to employee motivation is dead. Your employees are seeking purpose, not just perks, and the companies that truly engage their workforce are reaping the rewards. Download this infographic to learn what your employees really want from your organization.
Despite a growing business climate of unprecedented perks and engagement studies, an alarming 84% of senior leaders say disengaged employees are one of the three biggest threats facing their business. Do you know what your employees are really thinking?
The experts are reporting that 61 percent of HR professionals are planning to leave their old software behind seeking integrated solutions in Human Capital Management technology that include talent management suites, a better end-user experience and improved analytics.
Paycom has provided the following infographic checklists to help you ask the right questions when selecting a cloud-based HR technology vendor. According to a Towers Watson survey, nearly 31 percent of companies plan to increase their spending on HR software this year.
A serious exposure risk for employers is not being COBRA compliant. The increasing number of COBRA lawsuits is staggering and companies struggle to keep up with COBRA guidelines and new regulations.
Benefits administration is a time consuming event for HR professionals. Many employers take anywhere from three to twelve months to prepare for open enrollment.
Many companies struggle to identify their top talent. Top performing companies know exactly how their talent assets contribute to their strategic success and how to identify those attributes in prospective candidates.