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Trends in LMS
Companies and educational institutions use learning management systems (LMSs) to provide training and e-learning. With over 250 LMSs currently on the market

hr trends 2004 canada  major corporations is done through e-learning. It has become a way of life. TELUS Communications (the second largest telecom company in Canada with 25,000 employees) recorded 100,000 online learning course completions in 2004. An LMS is a requirement to manage and track this kind of volume. There are at least 250 LMSs on the market—not including education and open-source LMSs. Many companies and educational institutions have developed their own but do not market them. There are also at least 100 Read More
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State of the Market: HR
More than ever, executives are looking to transform human resources (HR) from a seemingly low-priority function into a strategic part of the business. This

hr trends 2004 canada  According to TriNet's 2007 HR Trends Report: People to Profitability ( http://www.trinet.com ), which surveyed more than 500 SMB executives, talent management was the second greatest business concern after revenue. The irony is that while many SMB owners value developing their staff almost as much as building a company culture, less than a third of them have an HR director. Some of the demographic trends that are most likely to have a major impact or cause a radical restructuring of the workplace include Read More
Manufacturing 2007 Executive Summary
For a decade, IndustryWeek and the Manufacturing Performance Institute (MPI) Census of Manufacturers have provided data to US manufacturers. This year, MPI

hr trends 2004 canada  these programs. The least-used HR program is teaming, in place at just 73% of plants. Safety and health programs were also identified as the most effective; where safety programs are in place, 96% of U.S. and Canada plants rate these programs as either somewhat effective (47%) or highly effective (49%). The two least effective HR programs are teaming and leadership training. Of those plants that use teaming programs, 22% report it as not effective; of those plants that use leadership training, 21% rep Read More
Is 'Sage' Wiser And Better Than 'Best'?
The two small-to-medium enterprise (SME) market segment leaders seem to have somewhat different strategies going forward (despite inevitable watching over each

hr trends 2004 canada  announced that, after a three-year hiatus, it intends to resume use of the Sage name and brand in North America, enabling the company to better leverage its worldwide strengths. Part one of the Is Sage Wiser and Better than Best ? series. Sage's Name Conundrum Sage lost the ability to use its own name in North America in 2001, when it lost a court fight to Quick Technologies Inc ., the small Dallas, Texas (US)-based company that claimed ownership of the Sage name in the region. As a result, Sage had Read More
Will Sage Group Cement Its SME Leadership with ACCPAC and Softline Acquisitions? Part One: Event Summary
By recently acquiring ACCPAC International and Softline, the Sage Group continues to round out by annexation. It currently still has the largest geographic

hr trends 2004 canada  integration of its accounting, HR and CRM product offerings. MAS 90 and MAS 200 are two major mid-market accounting packages offered by Best Software, and Abra Payroll is part of Abra Suite , the company's premier mid-market HRMS application. The Abra Payroll MAS 90/MAS 200 Interface eliminates duplicate data entry and streamlines workflow, allowing users of both products to take advantage of a truly integrated accounting and payroll solution. The module is compatible with MAS 90 and MAS 200 versions 4.0 Read More
Improving Business Performance with HR Technology
Time and money. Two things most entrepreneurs need more of on any given day. And the surprising thing is that there are new ways to get more of both: through

hr trends 2004 canada  Business Performance with HR Technology Time and money. Two things most entrepreneurs need more of on any given day. And the surprising thing is that there are new ways to get more of both: through technology applied to human resources (HR). The most advanced HR technology providers can streamline the processes for managers and employees, offering total access anytime and anywhere to the most important elements of their HR data. Read this guide to learn more. Read More
TEC and IT World Canada Join Forces
Technology Evaluation Centers (TEC) and IT World Canada (ITWC), the Canadian affiliate of International Data Group (IDG), today announced an agreement to

hr trends 2004 canada  2.5 million registered members through their Web sites, newsletters, and print publications. Read the full story at prweb.com . Read More
HR FIRST Aid Kit CD
The HR FIRST Aid Kit CD contains ready-to-use templates, guidelines, and software tools for busy Human Resources (HR) managers. All functional areas of HR

hr trends 2004 canada  Aid Kit CD The HR FIRST Aid Kit CD contains ready-to-use templates, guidelines, and software tools for busy Human Resources (HR) managers. All functional areas of HR are covered, including: organizational structure recruiting HR administration orientation and training compensation and benefits employee retention HR auditing Each section contains step-by-step guidelines, as well as forms and templates. This release includes a bilingual (English and Arabic) user interface, and many other new features Read More
6 HR Metrics No Executive Should Be Without
In an economic climate characterized by cost-cutting and increased regulatory requirements, HR faces growing demands to communicate the value it creates in ways

hr trends 2004 canada  HR Metrics No Executive Should Be Without In an economic climate characterized by cost-cutting and increased regulatory requirements, HR faces growing demands to communicate the value it creates in ways that CEOs can better appreciate. That means moving away from soft measurements such as “improvements” and adopting quantifiable metrics similar to those executives use to monitor the overall business. Meaningful HR metrics can include things such as recruitment costs, employee retention rates, and Read More
Trends in Online Project Management
Construction companies often use a combination of outdated, paper-based, and software tools to manage their projects—which puts them at a severe disadvantage

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HR Payroll Services Buyer’s Guide
Human resources (HR) payroll solutions can foster greater efficiency and accuracy while cutting labor costs and bolstering employee morale. But getting the

hr trends 2004 canada  you need? Or best-of-breed HR payroll software? Find out what to look for, how to buy, and other tips to getting the most value from your payroll solution. Read More
2011 Trends Report on Unified Communications
That's the job of unified communications and you can find outhow in 2011 Trends Report: Unified Communications.

hr trends 2004 canada  Trends Report on Unified Communications What ever happened to the good old telephone? Today, there's instant messaging, video conferencing, e-mail, faxes, blog posts, Facebook, Twitter, mobile devices, and more. How do you unify them in a coherent, consistent interface so your people can collaborate in more efficient and powerful ways? That's the job of unified communications (UC)—and you can find out how in 2011 Trends Report: Unified Communications . From the expansion of cloud-based UC offerings, Read More
Business Case - Metro Canada Logistics
Metro Canada Logistics, a third party provider of warehousing, transporatation, and related logistics services streamlines accounting processes with the help of

hr trends 2004 canada  accounting process often lasted three weeks. With Microsoft Great Plains, the amount of time to do the reports has been significantly reduced. Financial results weren't going out until after the third week after the end of the month, said Bourassa. With Great Plains, we've saved a lot of time which has helped us improve our productivity. We're now at eight working days, compared to 15 working days. The Next Step As Metro Canada Logistics continues to expand its reach across Canada, technology will Read More
HR Best Practices: Delivering Strategic Value to the Enterprise
Learn how your HR department can respond quickly and effectively to a full range of business challenges and opportunities in HR Best Practices: Del...

hr trends 2004 canada  in routine administrative tasks. HR must serve as a strategic partner—able to deliver the right information at the right time on issues of performance, cost cutting, hiring, top talent recruitment, and response to legislation and regulation. Learn how your HR department can respond quickly and effectively to a full range of business challenges—and opportunities—in HR Best Practices: Delivering Strategic Value to the Enterprise . Discover how to turn your HR department into a powerful strategic Read More

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