Successful Return-to-Work Strategies: Symptom Checks [With WorkforceHub Timekeeping Software!]

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Updated June 2, 2021 Are you in the process of bringing your workforce back? Do you have successful return-to-work strategies? This may help: WorkforceHub employee timekeeping can present a symptom survey at clock-in. How does WorkforceHub screen for COVID-19 symptoms? As the administrator, you create custom prompts in WorkforceHub. When employees punch in, the clock-in…

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How to Improve Your Onboarding Process (COVID & Remote Work Issues for 2021)

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How to improve your employee onboarding process? First, don’t let it lag behind policy updates. 2021 workplace changes affect onboarding. Therefore, companies need to carefully review policies. Then update their employee onboarding checklists and employee handbooks accordingly. Start the new year by aligning onboarding with carefully-considered policies. Let’s discuss the issues that affect new hire…

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13 Strategies for Employee Social Distancing: Create Your Rebuilding Plan

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Employee social distancing will allow you to rebuild your business. But you will probably need to make major changes in how you get work done. Employers are inventing, testing, and tweaking solutions. And they’re working! Let’s look at what innovative organizations are doing right now. Employee social distancing success stories VirTex Enterprises LP manufacturers electronics…

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Retool Your Healthcare Workforce Practices: Schedules, Time Tracking, Leave, Hiring, Onboarding

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As businesses reopen, there is both a need and an opportunity to rethink many healthcare workforce practices. Large and small, emergent and ambulatory, medical and dental organizations—every healthcare organization has changed. Some have been stretched and worn thin on the front lines. Others have been sidelined as elective procedures and appointments were postponed or canceled.…

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Time Off Management: Critical in 2020

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Time off management gets harder when there are more moving parts—multiple employees, different categories of leave, federal and local rules, internal policies. When we first published this blog in January 2020, we had no idea just how much more important time off management would become a few weeks later. What Has Changed? Dramatic increase in…

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Retool Manufacturing Workforce Practices: Shift, Time Clock, Leave, Hiring

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It’s time to retool your manufacturing workforce practices. Chances are your workplace looks a lot different from 6 months ago. Work schedules, locations, and hours all changed. Your supply chain, distribution networks, and standard operating procedures have taken a hit. You improvised because there was no playbook. You kept the operation running. Now what? The…

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Unify Human Resources Functions to Lower Costs 20%

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Human resources functions are critical for business recovery. HR is tasked with redesigning processes for safety and compliance. They must also lower overhead. For some companies, survival depends on it. How can Human Resources functions reduce labor costs? Let’s suppose you need to reduce expenses by 20%. You can’t move forward without bringing back the…

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Post-Pandemic Business Recovery Depends on HR First Responders

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Post-COVID business recovery depends on HR leadership. Johnny C. Taylor Jr., President & CEO at SHRM (Society for Human Resource Management), characterized HR professionals as corporate first responders. They are on the front lines helping organizations work through pandemic-triggered disruption. HR will need to be the stewards of physical and mental health, continuity, and wellness.…

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