Millennial Managers: Is Your Workforce Ready?

Millennial Managers: Is Your Workforce Ready?

You’re probably thinking, “Here we go again with another millennial article,” but we are not here to discuss the negative and frequently criticized reputation of this demographic. The time has finally come for millennials to denounce their stereotype as they begin to shake up the status quo in the workplace and embrace their place as the next corporate leaders. As…
Empower Your Workforce Through Employee Self-Service

Empower Your Workforce Through Employee Self-Service

As HR and Payroll software continues to grow in both prevalence and popularity, the phrase employee self-service, commonly referred to as ESS, is becoming more well-known. ESS is a feature that allows employees to manage their own personal information and complete administrative tasks from anywhere, at any time. Employee self-service increases efficiencies for organizations by decreasing staff involvement in the…
HR Software For Human Services Organizations

HR Software For Human Services Organizations

My new Amazon Echo arrived in the mail yesterday. I could not resist ordering one a few weeks ago when they were offered half-price on Amazon Prime Day. It was amazing that a device so powerful and intelligent could be set up and able to be used in a matter of minutes. Immediately my 7-year-old son and I began peppering…
Why Workflow Automation is a Game Changer

Why Workflow Automation is a Game Changer

Over the last decade, the speed of business has increased by leaps and bounds; open jobs are posted and filled within days and contracts are sent and received within seconds. Despite the increasing speed of business, preliminary results from an upcoming survey conducted by DATIS have concluded that 93% of Health and Human Services organizations surveyed are still handling some…
Overcoming Obstacles to Success in Human Services Organizations

Overcoming Obstacles to Success in Human Services Organizations

It’s no secret that Health and Human Services agencies across the country are faced with annual budget constraints. Organizations are constantly pushed to “do more with less.” Sound familiar? State and federal aid may provide temporary relief, but agencies are expected to meet the ever-increasing demand and expectations of their services, regardless of their budget size. While budgeting restraints might…
Five Question Fridays With Dr. Lloyd Sederer

Five Question Fridays With Dr. Lloyd Sederer

Welcome to the latest installment of our ‘Five Question Fridays’ interview series. This interview series aims to discuss everything from technology to policy with some of the most respected thought leaders, executives, and advocates in the industry.  Our last guest was Glenda Wrenn, Director of Behavioral Health for the Kennedy-Satcher Center for Mental Health Equity, who talked about the current…
Top 5 Employee Onboarding Best Practices

Top 5 Employee Onboarding Best Practices

As the demand for Health and Human Services continues to rise, organizations within the industry are prioritizing their recruiting efforts to serve more clients. According to the DATIS 2017 State of Workforce Management Report, hundreds of Health and Human Services executives identified Recruiting & Retention as the top trend impacting their organizations. As these executives attempt to hire more employees…
Stay Away from Remote Software Implementations

Stay Away from Remote Software Implementations

Today’s Health and Human Services executives are constantly on the lookout for different ways to make their organizations more efficient and effective. As innovation becomes a requirement to keep up with the increase in demand for services, a great number of organizations are on the verge of investing in software that would enhance their internal processes and allow them to…
Incorporating Contingent Workers Into Your Organization

Incorporating Contingent Workers Into Your Organization

Does your organization employ contingent workers? With today’s contingent workforce at an all-time high, and growing steadily, chances are that your answer is “yes.” In fact, as early as 2014, Forbes reported that 40% of the U.S. Workforce was made up of contingent workers. Traditionally, contingent workers are generally categorized as employees who don’t have full-time or “secure” jobs. Contingent…
Four Major Considerations When Investing in HR Software

Four Major Considerations When Investing in HR Software

Choosing the right HR software for your organization can be a draining process. With so many vendors filling up the marketplace, it is easy to become overwhelmed with all of the options available and settle for the big and established corporate players in the game. However, failing to do extensive research during the search stage of the vendor selection process…