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Five Reasons You Can’t Afford to Postpone Your Labor Management Project
The adage “you can’t manage what you can’t measure” is true of many things in warehouse management, but perhaps nowhere more so than for the productivity of

labor relations  and your customers satisfied. Labor management systems foster a self-driven and self-directed workforce by providing an accurate, objective measurement tool. The key to this is communicating what level of productivity is expected of each employee and then being clear about exactly how they can achieve their goals. You may see lower turnover rates as employees feel they are more fairly measured and incented. Likewise, some companies find recruiting material handlers becomes easier with an LMS as they gain Read More...
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Financial Excellence: Closing Your Books Quickly
Find out in the white paper the financial close: optimizing performance and driving financial excellence.

labor relations  Thanks to time-consuming and labor-intensive compliance regulations—such as Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX)— producing quality financial statements and closing your books quickly is more difficult than ever . And the stakes are high. A fast financial close offers you time and cost savings; better relations with shareholders, investors, and regulatory agencies; timely, better-informed management decisions; more time for value-added analysis; and improved control systems and quality. But what are the barriers to Read More...
HR Compliance: 4 Things Your Company Can Do to Avoid a Lawsuit
Every so often we hear about companies being sued by their former employees for alleged unfair or illegal HR practices. Whether the claims relate to sexual

labor relations  enforced by the National Labor Relations Board . Companies in noncompliance can be held liable to claims of unfair employment practices and face lawsuits on discriminatory employment practices. Your HR department should have access to materials that explain in detail your company's obligations to maintaining an equal employment opportunity workplace.  Compensation (payroll, wages, benefits) —The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) is the US regulatory body that governs employee compensation. The FLSA Read More...
E-learning and Organizational Culture
The success of an e-learning initiative depends as much on the people and culture of the organization as it does on the technology used. Several corporate

labor relations  training consulted with the labor relations group about e-learning and was told it couldn't be done. The reason was that managers would complain about it. Why would managers complain about people getting additional opportunities for training? It turns out that the problem was the instantaneous nature of e-learning. Employees would be able to sign on and take the training without the manager's approval and the manager couldn't control what the employee was doing. There were several things at work here, Read More...
StarGarden SGHR
StarGarden's HCM is the enterprise-wide answer for trouble free administration of your Human Resource business processes and data. StarGarden gives you the

labor relations  Training; Health and Safety; Labor Relations; and Employment Equity. StarGarden also provides Employee and Manager Self Service portals and Workflow add-ons to streamline operations. This powerful system can be installed easily with little or no customization. Read More...
Manhattan Associates and Kronos Join Forces for Omni-channel Retail Experience
At the NRF BIG Retail Show 2013, a new relationship was announced between Kronos and Manhattan Associates to help retailers profitably integrate their physical

labor relations  supply chain, while managing labor costs. Customer satisfaction should be improved via better scheduling and staffing  to meet customer demand driven from all channels. Increased sales should come from the ability to tap into inventory assets across all stores and distribution centers, which were previously unavailable to online shoppers. Last but not least, labor costs can be better managed via eliminating overstaffing through increased visibility into the labor required to meet omni-channel consumer Read More...
Ensuring Enterprise-wide Compliance
Complying with the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA), and other labor laws and regulations is a major challenge for employers

labor relations  will improve your day-to-day labor performance and that will improve overall business results. Source: Infor Resources Related to Ensuring Enterprise-wide Compliance : United States Department of Labor (Wikipedia) Workforce Management (WFM) (Wikipedia) Labour law (Wikipedia) Ensuring Enterprise-wide Compliance Enterprise-wide Compliance is also known as : Department of Labor , Employment Laws , Help Desk , United States Department of Labor , Sarbanes Oxley Compliance , Network Management , Employment Read More...
Integrated Learning and Performance: Essential to a Talent Management Strategy
Companies once responded to tighter labor markets with a greater emphasis on recruiting. Today, more firms are focusing on engagement, retention, and driving

labor relations  strategic competitiveness. The tight labor market, coupled with an increased focus on driving performance through a more engaged and skilled workforce, will be a catalyst for further alignment between training, performance management and overall Talent Management. Until very recently, organizations have responded to tighter labor markets through a greater emphasis on recruiting. Undoubtedly, the so called “War for Talent”, to date, has been fought with limited tactics, technology and strategies, but Read More...
Human Resources: No Laughing Matter
A little over 10 years ago, when I was working as an assistant manager in my former company’s payroll department—where many of the traditional human resources

labor relations  are retiring and the labor pool of skilled workers is shrinking fast fierce competition in the wake of globalization and the changing HR landscape Employers need to focus their efforts on getting the best people in their doors in order to drive up their retention numbers. But the issue of retention should not be a priority for HR executives only; it should be a company-wide concern as well. Employers in every industry need to respond to the changing face of the workplace, given the challenges they must Read More...
Lean as a Response to Global Outsourcing Challenges
The recent trend of manufacturing companies in outsourcing their production tasks to other parts of the world has certainly been effective in reducing

labor relations  advantage and division of labor . At first glance, the idea of moving labor-intensive processes to those who can do it at lower cost seems rather attractive. However, much debate abounds on the impact of this rising global outsourcing trend, and although companies have achieved short-term profitability, this has not come without a cost. Global outsourcing has brought huge problems to both developed countries, with unbalanced trade budgets and lost manufacturing facilities and skills, and developing Read More...
Case Study: Material and Labor Cost Categories Defined for Young Electric Sign Company
By implementing a job costing and enterprise resource planning (ERP) system designed for discrete manufacturing, Young Electric Sign Company (YESCO) was able to

labor relations  Study: Material and Labor Cost Categories Defined for Young Electric Sign Company By implementing a job costing and enterprise resource planning (ERP) system designed for discrete manufacturing, Young Electric Sign Company (YESCO) was able to save almost $250,000 (USD). Managers now have more accurate views of job completion and employee performance. Plus, the system’s ability to sort service contracts by region enables YESCO to be more responsive to its customers. Learn about the other benefits. Read More...
Thou Shalt Manage Human Capital Better
Although the human resources department has long been seen as a necessary evil at best, the scope of human resources management systems (HRMS) has been extended

labor relations  The US Bureau of Labor Statistics forecasts a shortage of 10 million skilled workers by 2010. In order to stay competitive amid such a demographic bomb, companies will have to change their hiring, retention, and workforce management strategies to maintain an effective, stable workforce, and to keep their candidate pipeline sufficiently full for future growth. It is thus no wonder that lately one of the more active areas of more strategic HR-related software has been recruiting or talent acquisition. In Read More...
Located in Fremont, California (US), EBusiness Suite (EBSuite) is a web-based customer relationship management (CRM) provider. Its solutions use J2EE and Web

labor relations  crm case study,crm consultant,crm sales software,crm software,customer relations management crm,ebsuite crm,integrated crm solution,j2ee crm,sales force automation crm,sales force automation software Read More...
Enterprise Energy Management Software - The Key to Effective Energy Utilization
Energy purchasing has become increasingly complex as a result of deregulation. The deregulated market provides more suppliers and more options for supply

labor relations  be feedstock/ingredients, energy, or labor - are asked to develop cost reduction plans. As the cost reduction plans move forward, the results are relatively easy to measure. Cost accountants can evaluate the input costs on a cost per pound or unit basis, energy costs can be measured in a KWH or cubic foot basis, and labor costs can be measured on a labor cost per hour. But do these measures really tell an enterprise they are saving money? The problem with this approach is that it addresses the cost Read More...
10 Key Steps to Effective HR Succession Planning
Two forces are driving organizations to consider succession planning as a component of overall strategy: the aging workforce and a shortfall in labor skills

labor relations  population change. According to labor economist Douglas Braddock, over the 1998-2008 period, more job openings are expected to result from replacement needs (34.7 million) than from employment growth in the economy (20.3 million) [Occupational employment projections to 2008 (1999, p.75)] What are the practical consequences of this massive shift in the average age of the workforce? Consider: One in five of all senior executives in the Fortune 500 is eligible for retirement now. About 50% of the entire Read More...

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