By Robert Mattson, VP of Content Marketing, Ceridian
I was in Canada recently and one very interesting thing to an American traveling outside the States is the selection on Netflix. You see, it’s different once you cross the border. There are movies available that I can’t watch when I’m at home and one of them is The Maze Runner. I won’t give out any spoilers but one of the major plot devices is a group of young people caught in a glade where the only way out is by running through a giant, towering maze. Hence the name. Read more
It’s easy to lose sight of this, amid all the innovations that get tossed around in HCM circles nowadays, but the ultimate goal in human capital management is still the same – it’s to keep people happy. If your people are content with their jobs, they’re far more likely to work productively. In the end, what you get out of that is a successful business.
So it’s high time we explored this fundamental issue – are people happy with their jobs these days, or aren’t they? It may sound like a big question, but if you do a little digging, it’s easy enough to find answers. Read more
The economy has been consistently adding jobs for a while now, and that means the market for job candidates is growing more competitive. To outbid rivals in the search for new talent, employers may have to upgrade the candidate experience. Read more
Workforce management can ultimately suffer if high stress jobs begin to have an adverse effect on productivity and morale. This is why, if you work in the HCM space, it is helpful to identify stress reduction activities, both for yourself and your staff members. Read more
By Steve Bestvater, Product Manager, Payroll
When your business makes the decision to invest in a new human capital management solution, what you’re investing in is a whole range of new capabilities. You’re getting a chance to transform everything about the way you manage your business – making your operation simpler, more reliable and more efficient. Read more