How DaimlerChrysler Gained 30 Percent in Productivity with a Time and Attendance Solution

DaimlerChrysler Research & Technology North America (DCRTNA) focuses on developing new technologies for the next generation of cars. It desperately needed an automated time and attendance application to replace its outdated and laborious manual system. With a Web-hosted solution, not only did DCRTNA see a 30 percent increase in productivity, but it finally regained control over management of employee time and attendance.

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Time and Attendance: The Core of Managing and Measuring Your Workforce

This paper is based on data from more than 200 organizations in Brandon Hall Group’s 2014 Workforce Management Study. It reviews the evolution of time and attendance, the impact of automation and integration, and the key role that time and attendance solutions play in managing and measuring today’s workforce.

Some of the key findings include:
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  • Organizations automating time and attendance were 73% more likely to have real-time visibility and reporting on current time and attendance data.
  • Workforce analytics was cited as a top workforce management concern, by 54% of organizations, but just 32% indicate they are using workforce analytics tools regularly.
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Why It’s Time to Evaluate Your Timekeeping System

Workforces today evolve quickly and they're tough to manage. And your job's harder if you're using outdated tools—it drags down productivity, raises costs, and increases your risk of noncompliance. But a modern, cloud-based workforce management solution can help you gain the visibility, insights, and management capabilities you need for an efficient and productive workforce.

Discover five reasons why you should update your time and attendance systems, and learn about the benefits of upgrading. Read More

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Attention spans are dropping at the same time technology is advancing, leading to a digital skills gap costing over a trillion dollars in lost productivity. There’s an ever-growing need for new and better ways to teach, learn, and train the 21st century workforce—and microlearning could be the solution.

Delve into this white paper to find out how microlearning impacts learners, trainers, and creators, and learn about the principles of effective microlearning and how to create it for your organization. Read More

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