Summer is the favorite seasons for many people. The weather is great, there are barbeques to be had and vacations to go on. With all the fun that can be had, don’t you want to make sure that this time of year isn’t burdened down with stress? With Sage Employee Self Service, you can make your scheduling a lot easier to help you and your team enjoy the summer and possible vacations.
Even though we are almost halfway through 2017, there are still so many aspects of HR and employment that you should be keeping your eye on.
Hopefully you have been keeping up with these trends, but it’s not the end of the world if you haven’t. The good news for you is that we are here to make sure that you know them now to keep up with the times.
Here are the trends you need to keep your eye on:
Spring is the time of refreshment. The sun is out, the birds are chirping and flowers come to bloom to show the earth is renewed.
With this season of renewal and refreshment, comes a time of change. For many, this change comes in the form of spring-cleaning.
When it comes to your business, how do you spring clean? Do you physically clean your store or office? Perhaps you could. However, wouldn’t it be nice to perform spring-cleaning on your human resource processes?
Of course it would! Lucky for you is that you can with Sage HRMS solutions!
One of the greatest infomercials of all time is for the Ronco Rotisserie cooker. What makes this commercial so great? Well, it was their tagline of “Set it and forget it!”
That phrase is an attitude of just about everyone in the businesses world. With so much to do and not enough time to do it, wouldn’t it be nice to set your tasks and a not worry about it like those promises from the Ronco Rotisserie commercial?
We’re all about working smarter. We’ve found that using products like Sage HRMS alerts can help you to essentially “set it and forget it” as you go about your workday in the following ways:
Imagine that you are in line at the grocery store, ready to checkout. You have made the appropriate measures of placing your items on the belt to check out.
However, you notice that the checkout clerk is not paying attention to you, but talking on a cell phone. You try and make eye contact to get their attention because you’re in a hurry.
Much to your dismay, they turn their back to you and continue talking and completely ignore you.
If you were to make a return visit to the store, would you not go to a different check stand the next time you come into the store? Of course you would!