The Latest News and Recommendations for Effective Human Capital Management
Many people are talking about employee wellness, but the emphasis tends to fall on physical well-being. As this infographic shows, however, companies need to ensure they are taking care of the whole employee, body and mind.read more
Senior Aberdeen analyst Howard Adamsky has researched HCM in healthcare as an outsider. Today, he shares his insights as an insider, and demands that we strive for more than “good enough.”
Today’s healthcare organizations are struggling with the need to achieve change that is fast, profitable, and supports positive patient outcomes. With HCAHPS scores an important factor in organizational profitability, perhaps soft skills are just what the doctor ordered.
Workplace wellness programs have existed since major corporations began cropping up in the late 1800s, but today’s wellness programs aren’t like your grandma’s — they’ve evolved over the decades to better meet employee and company needs.
The focus of engagement efforts should be on employees and their attitude toward their work, not their performance.
Substantial errors in credit reports and background checks could not only be costing individuals jobs, but could also be costing organizations valuable candidates.
When B2B sales organizations grow to include hundreds (or even thousands) of incentivized sellers, an automated system that supports commission and other payments is table stakes.