Many paths exist to help you avoid profit drain in today’s digital reality, with employee usage of HR technology serving as your compass. Take it from the New England Patriots’ senior vice president of human resources, Robin Boudreau, and New England Patriots director of benefits, compensation and HRIS, Miranda Blaiklock, who believe executing an employee usage strategy has enabled their organization to realize an even stronger return on investment in their technology. Their team’s investment in employee usage has been maximized through their employees’ self-managing of their data, thereby allowing the HR team more time to drive business objectives forward.
With today’s workforce expecting business technology on the job, it may be up to you to point the C-suite in the right direction. Are you equipped with the data you need to make your case?
In part one of this two-part episode of HR Break Room®, host Caleb Masters is joined by Boudreau and Blaiklock to discuss:
Rob Magness, Paycom’s regional vice president of sales
A key to organizational effectiveness is the ability to adapt. One major element is an efficient process that allows you to inform and train all employees on organizational changes.
Unfortunately, many companies don’t have a training platform that allows for easy customization and consistent instruction. Instead, businesses are trying to tackle the job with makeshift tools like email and video conferencing, which come with potential issues and risks.
How can your business utilize a learning management system to get your workforce up to speed, and get ahead with easy, consistent training that engages your employees through ongoing development?
In this episode of HR Break Room®, host Caleb Masters is joined by Rob Magness, Paycom’s regional vice president of sales, to discuss: