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Workforce Management

Nov 15

5 Important Things You Need to Know About Gen Z Workers

If you’re a business owner, manager or HR director, it’s time to start understanding Gen Z workers. This Generation, the largest in American history is quickly making their way into the workforce. Here are five things you need to know about Gen Z workers: Managing Gen ZAs a business leader or manager, you must understand Gen Z workers. A recent article in Forbes describes how this Generation is unlike any other, and they bring a lot of unique perspectives to . . .

Jan 13

Workforce Management Trends for 2023

Workforce management trends, will the last employee out the door please turn off the lights. Many are calling it the “Great Resignation,” with the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics announcing that over 4.3 million Americans quit their jobs in August, and that comes on top of record-breaking resignations over the previous months. It is affecting every industry across the U.S, and it is something we have never seen before. There are many reasons people decide to leave their jobs, with . . .

Dec 8

What key challenges do managers face in 2023 in motivating today’s workforce?

The world is becoming progressively more digital with every passing year, so today’s workforce looks a lot different than it did 25 years ago. This progression, expedited by the global pandemic of Covid19, presents new challenges that today’s employers must learn to navigate to motivate their teams, prevent employee burnout and minimize turnover.  To understand and overcome the challenges in motivating today’s workforce, especially companies with significant numbers of non-desk workers, we must understand both the challenges and the motivators . . .

Oct 14

What is workforce management?

A company’s most valuable asset is its workforce. Such a crucial part of business needs to be engaged, communicated with, and managed as effectively and efficiently as possible. Workforce management is an institutional process that maximizes employee performance levels and competency for an organization. New technologies such as smartphones and enterprise mobility tools like Red e App now allow companies for the first time to incorporate and connect non-desk employees (those without corporate email or who don’t work at a . . .