There are a number of potential benefits associated with effective employee scheduling. Business owners who invest in some sort of employee scheduling system typically find that it can have a positive impact on productivity, employee motivation, and overall communication. Employee scheduling can also reduce staff costs, prevent overtime costs, and reduce absenteeism.
Rewarding and retaining good employees isn’t just about salary increases and holiday bonuses. In fact, according to research Yast has compiled, as many as 80% of employees surveyed indicate that they stay with their current employers simply because they like their work.
Typically when we think of business we think of money. However, there is a lot more to business than just money. This infographic from Best Business Schools takes a look at the human side of business which includes employers, environment, and humanity. Check it out below to learn more.
The new norm in staffing is officially here. It’s the extended workforce and it makes up more than one-quarter of the total workforce population in today’s organizations—more than twice the percentage from 2005. This infographic from Proforma Employment Screening Company summarizes tips for employers on managing the risks and reaping the rewards of a contingent workforce.
A recent survey found that U.S. employees spend an average of 13 hours during the workweek and 6.2 hours over the weekend worrying about their boss says or does. Together that adds up to 19.2 hour a week of lament over bad boss woes.
There are two primary methods of dealing with payroll; use dedicated payroll software or completing the paperwork and other elements manually. This infographic provides a short summary of some of the common payroll related tasks that a manager would need to carry out on a typical day. It then looks at how long these tasks would take using both payroll software as well manual payroll methods.