Your global organizationís network of human capital management (HCM)
platforms is the nerve center of your entire enterprise.
But passing data back and forth between disparate HCM systems has never
exactly been easy. So your HR, payroll, talent, benefits and time and
attendance systems, often specific to regions and countries, fire futilely
across data synapses that in real-world terms leave you blind to the true
state of your business.
Learn how to assess your options and select the automated time and attendance solution thatís right for your business.
Finding a time and attendance solution that fits your business can be overwhelming and frustrating. But it doesnít have to be. Thatís why Kronos created this helpful guide, based on the real-business experiences of our customers who, like you, converted manual or semimanual time and attendance processes into fully automated systems.
Find out how to cut through the hype and select the solution that best fits your needs, what you need to get funding and support, and what tough questions you should ask every vendor.
In this case study, you'll learn how DPT's research into time and attendance systems lead them to Asure Software. After reviewing various vendors, DPT selected Asure Software as their vendor and partner because they knew AsureForceT Time & Labor Management Solutions would provide accuracy and room for company growth.
Employee scheduling can be an incredibly complex task. In fact, there are companies that exist solely to assist organizations with managing their scheduling processes. The difficulties in managing employee schedules frequently stem from a lack of automation. Many automated time and attendance systems include a scheduling component to enhance the scheduling process.
During the past several years, challenges such as increased regulatory pressures, employee fatigue and the ever-present need to reduce costs have all weighed heavily on most human resource organizations. As a result, HR and payroll professionals are playing an increasingly strategic role in the day-to-day operation of the business.
Published By: Skillsoft
Published Date: Jun 25, 2015
Workforce Management (WFM) systems have clearly evolved from the strictly transactional platforms used to deploy workers, track their time and attendance, manage their costs, pay them, administer benefits and provide compliance support.
However, WFM systems are actually vital for driving overall business performance Ö not just for achieving excellence in HR, payroll and benefits administration, time and attendance management
Read this white paper to learn how to realize the full value of workforce management systems.