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As our lives moved online during the pandemic, the tech giants’ businesses boomed, but now many tech companies are seeing layoffs and cost cutting measures. Mike Morini, CEO of WorkForce Software, talks with BBC about what’s behind these layoffs and what the future looks like for the tech industry.
Striving to achieve a work-life balance with workplace schedule flexibility remains a top priority for today’s workforce. This new Workforce Experience Gap study shows that closer alignment was found in areas such as job training, pay rates, schedule flexibility, and employee recognition.
Why Celebrating Employee Success, Workplace Feedback Is Important for Your Business | People Matters
Company leaders are beginning to recognise that celebrating employees’ accomplishments and valuing their feedback are essential in managing and supporting engaged and productive staff, maintaining morale and motivation, and reducing the risk of burnout. However, there remains a significant percentage of employees who still feel undervalued and unheard in their workplace.
To recruit and retain vital talent, manufacturers must adapt or risk becoming obsolete. Steve Tonks, SVP of EMEA at WorkForce Software, shares insights and tips for manufacturers to navigate the labour crisis and retain their valuable talent.
The manufacturing industry is suffering from labour shortages and a lack of skilled workers. Steve Tonks, SVP EMEA at WorkForce Software, outlines three trends that are helping tackle these challenges.
How Schools Can Improve Employee Experience for Educators Amid the Cost of Living Crisis | Futuresparity
Dr. Angelina Sun, Workforce Management Solutions Director at WorkForce Software, shares her insights on how additional benefits to the employee experience of educators can have a huge impact on their day-to-day professional lives.
Leslie Tarnacki, SVP of HR at WorkForce Software, shares her insights with Allwork Space on how quiet quitting and quiet firing intersect – highlighting that both quiet firing and quiet quitting are rooted in a disconnect between the employer and the employee.
The mass reassessment of careers people have undergone over the past few years – described by many as the Great Resignation, by others as the Great Reshuffle – is showing no signs of calming down. In fact, in the U.K., the trend seems to be accelerating. Read on to find out what businesses can do to combat this, retain their staff, and provide a better experience for their employees.
Dr. Angelina Sun, Workforce Management Solutions Director at WorkForce Software, shares insights with FE News into why the strikes by educators are happening and what can be done to mitigate them and improve the employee experience for educators.
Quiet quitting, where employees do the bare minimum but don’t quit, has been making headlines lately and now the other side of that, quiet firing, is the topic of conversation. Forbes talks with HR professionals to get advice on what employees can do if quiet firing is happening to them.
New workforce experience research shows that discrepancies between employers’ and employees’ workplace experience ratings are closing, but employers need to turn awareness into action. More than 3,000 employees and employers from across the globe and in a variety of industries were interviewed to get their input.