As countries around the world enforce stay-at-home orders, employees across industries and geographies continue to work from home. Some companies have also had to furlough part of their workforce, while maintaining the hope of bringing employees back when possible.
The most productive HR teams rely on effective business reporting, but with so many staff members at various stages of the employee lifecycle, the undertaking may feel daunting. The good news is that HR reporting doesn’t have to be cumbersome or time-consuming, especially when you can easily generate the reports you need by using an all-in-one human capital management (HCM) platform.
On April 1st we held a webinar to discuss the details of the FFCRA and how employers can utilize new earnings and time off codes to manage the law with their employees. We also introduced the reports that we had built for business owners to apply for the Paycheck Protection Program loan that is part of the CARES Act.
With the holidays behind us and the new year in full swing, many workplaces may be actively trying to make positive changes for the new year. Setting up new initiatives and keeping up the productive momentum in the office doesn’t leave a lot of time for HR managers to stay up to date on the news. Not to worry— we’ve got you covered. Here are some of the major employment news stories you should know about from the past month:
It’s possible to attach a metric to just about any HR activity. However, not all HR metrics deliver the insights you need to bring value to the organization. To make informed decisions for hiring and ongoing workforce management, you’ll need to identify the HR metrics that matter the most.