Think time and attendance data can only help you in properly paying out your employees? Think again. While these systems are beneficial in automatically merging your data into payroll services, reducing the risk of human error, there’s much more they’re also useful for.
In the public sector especially, employees work around the clock, which translates into complex schedules. With so many on the workforce, and each with very important jobs to do, it is crucial that employees with the right skills are place in the right position at the right time – to put it simply, there isn’t any room for scheduling errors.
Public safety employees have enough tasks on their plate, but the good news is: automated scheduling technology can help relieve some of that administrative burden – this way, they can remain more focused on the frontline.
We all have the same number of hours in a day, but those who are most productive usually know a thing or two about time management, and how to allocate their tasks accordingly, without spreading themselves too thin.
New year, new you?
With January underway and 2019 in full swing, many are working towards checking resolutions off their list. Often, embracing a healthier lifestyle is a common personal goal, but now, it’s making its way into the workplace as well.
A new survey by Office Team found that when trying to recruit new employees, a company’s health and wellness offerings play a huge role – with 73% of workers siting that this impacts their decision on whether or not they’d like to work there.
According to Forbes, employee turnover is the highest it’s been in 10 years – have you noticed your employees coming and going like a revolving door? If so, you’re not alone. TalentLyft has uncovered the 7 most interesting facts about employee turnover that you need to know to “help you prevent and tackle this serious and costly HR problem” in 2019.
In a recent survey conducted by G2 Crowd, findings revealed that none other than increasing employee engagement will continue on as a main priority for businesses in 2019.
Although the public sector is well known for its offering of superior benefits, according to MetLife’s recently released Public Sector Report, the time is up where it can simply rely on that reputation alone to land new talent. Today more than ever, “public sector employers need to offer employees the benefits they want” – especially when it comes to attracting millennial candidates, which there has been an evident lag in.
Today’s business leaders are leveraging their employee’s time and attendance data to help make informed and impactful decisions for their respective organizations.
While many might think attendance data simply notes who’s on the clock and who’s not, it actually goes far beyond those walls, making tracking employee activities and measuring engagement easier than ever before.
Read on below to find out more about what you can learn from time and attendance data.
Managing a police force, correctional facility, fire rescue squad, or municipal government – no matter how large or small – can be a tedious task. With rosters of employees working around the clock to ensure public safety, there’s tons going on, which can become pretty difficult to keep track of.
With employees at the foundation of every organization, it’s no secret that a company’s workforce is its most valuable resource… or at least it should be. If you’re not there yet, or want to remain on top, you may want to consider implementing technology into your HR plan to give you that extra boost.