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Research from WorkForce Software shows how employers can retain their workers by prioritizing employee experience in addition to maximizing employee productivity when selecting new software tools.
As inflation continues to climb, British government officials claim that employers need to show wage restraint to avoid a wage-price spiral. WorkForce Software’s SVP – EMEA, Steve Tonks, shares his insights with Raconteur.
Research from WorkForce Software revealed dramatically different perspectives between employers and workers on the quality of employee experience during the pandemic.
WorkForce Software CEO Mike Morini shares with StrategicCIO360 readers how – in the war for talent – employers’ best weapon may be the workplace technology they have to offer employees.
With gig work rising in the UK, companies are seeing new opportunities to evolve their corporate structure to engage this new workforce. Business Reporter spoke with Steve Tonks, SVP – EMEA at WorkForce Software, to explain more.
According to Marc Gingras, SVP of Employee Experience Strategy at WorkForce Software, technology is a critical component when it comes to making sure employers are aligned with the wants and needs of their employees.
WorkForce Software CMO Sandra Moran Joins Women in Technology Panel at Ascend 2022 Oracle’s User Conference to Discuss the Value of Empowering Employees in the Workplace | HR Tech Series
WorkForce Software, is proud to announce that their Chief Marketing Officer, Sandra Moran, is a Women in Technology panelist at the upcoming Ascend 2022 Oracle User Conference on June, 2022 at the Aria Resort & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Leslie Tarnacki, SVP of Human Resources at WorkForce Software, spoke to Reworked about potential drawbacks that organizations must recognize and mitigate in order to achieve a truly effective hybrid workplace.
Enter the Year of The Great Reshuffling, where the job market opened up and folks transitioned into and within the logistics segment. Sandra Moran, Chief Marketing Officer at WorkForce Software shared her thoughts with Food Logistics.
As the war for talent rages, employers are offering up increasingly extreme ways to recognize a job well done. Worklife spoke to Leslie Tarnacki, SVP of Human Resources at WorkForce Software, about how to keep employees motivated in uncertain times.
A Freedom of Information request carried out by WorkForce Software has revealed that staff at London’s Tube stations faced an average of 245 incidents of abuse per month between April 2020 and December 2021, including 24 physical assaults per month.