Municipalities Leverage HR Data to Counter Downward Budget Pressures

Research shows that organizations who use HR data in making management decisions report 26% higher revenue per employee than organizations that do not use HR data. And while this data is taken from the private sector, public sector organizations can also use the same strategies to fight downward pressures and to do more with fewer resources.


Understanding the Basics of Payroll, Compensation and Employee Benefits

Payroll, Compensation and Employee Benefits are among the foundational building blocks within an organization to support your human resources - the people that work for you. Effective and efficient management of those functional areas can be significantly improved, or compromised, depending upon the company’s level of understanding of those functions. Your use of reliable data from those areas is key to supporting informed decisions and becoming a world class organization.


Conquering HR Analytics in A Technology Driven World

To say technology has been changing rapidly is an understatement. A few years back, big data was all the talk and now it has become an assumption that it is being utilized in some capacity in all organizations. Currently, there is lots of talk (and concern) about Machine learning and AI and what it means for employment. In HR however, data and analytics is still in its infancy in many organizations.


Data Interfaces: How Can I Share Information with My HCM Solution?

Today’s business systems are most efficient and effective when they work together and share information. Depending upon the HRIS (Human Resources Information System) that you are using or evaluating for purchase,


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