The WFS Australia Blog
If you are considering any digital transformation right now, an automated and thoughtful approach to employee rostering should be at the top of your list.
You must exceed your employee’s return-to-work expectations to gain the highest levels of engagement from the people who are trusting you with their livelihood and safety.
Designing an effective training program that is comprehensive, convenient, and customised can help improve the speed of user adoption.
WFS Australia to Automate Workforce Management Processes for the Department of Justice Western Australia
The Department chooses the Workforce Suite to simplify rostering and time and attendance processes for over 3000 employees across Western Australia.
In the unfortunate event when an employee is exposed to or diagnosed with COVID-19, your business must mobilise immediately to prevent further exposure across your employees, customers, and the broader public.
In response to today’s constantly changing workplace and business climate, here are three tips for scheduling staff with safety and productivity in mind.
As employers bring their workforce back to an onsite experience, social distancing practices must maintain a top point of concern.
Organisations must prepare themselves with a carefully planned roadmap of how and when to being employees back to work.
Our team at WFS Australia has developed an online, mobile pre-shift health screening questionnaire. How does it work?
The team at WFS Australia launched a new webinar series to showcase the success that our customers around the world are experiencing.
In July 2016, the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) moved from a trial to a full scheme transition; a move that included the introduction of a new ICT system to support the NDIS, which will be implemented nationally over the next three years.
Too many organisations treat employee engagement as set-and-forget, potentially damaging the organisation’s competitiveness, according to WFS: A Workforce Software Company (WFS Australia).
Millennials, born between 1982 and 2004, represent the largest generational group and continue to flood the workforce. WFS Australia offers these tips to ensure these employees are productive, fit in the existing workplace culture, and remain loyal to the organisation.