White Papers for Human Resource and Workforce Management

  • Selection Strategies for Re-organization, Re-deployment and RecoveryBy

    In today’s economy, nearly every organization faces pressure to reduce waste and run at peak efficiency. For many, this means making difficult personnel decisions to eliminate positions that don’t add sufficient value to the organization and either eliminating or re-deploying people in those...
  • Setting Your Compensation Strategy to Enhance The Employee Work 'Experience'By

    One of Michael Maciekowich's popular PowerPoint presentation on reward strategies for employee engagement. Highlights: -The Basics of Compensation Program Design & Administration -Employee Engagement Studies Potential Alternative Reward Solutions -Sample Programs/Trends
  • Playbook for Hiring Top Sales TalentBy

    This whitepaper outlines tips for attracting top talent and evaluating your candidates' sales potential through predictive assessments.
  • The Total Cost of Ownership: How to Achieve Perfect I-9 Compliance While Reducing Costs and Saving yBy

    Do you know what your current I-9 process is costing your organization? Companies today are leveraging the I-9 and E-Verify Total Cost of Ownership analysis to uncover I-9 cost savings, eliminate their I-9 compliance risk and become more efficient than ever before. Read the Whitepaper to find...
  • Industry Trends in Human Resources Technology and Service Delivery Survey in 2015By

    Information Services Group (ISG) conducted its second annual Industry Trends in Human Resources Technology and Service Delivery Survey during the second half of 2015. The survey explores the changing landscape of HR technology and service delivery.
  • 3 Ways to Simplify Your New Hire Onboarding ProcessBy

    It seems that a large portion of an HR department’s work is centered around the onboarding of new employees. There’s paperwork to process, trainings to oversee, and benefits meetings to give. But if all your time is spent onboarding new employees, when do you have the time...
  • Labor Compliance for Multinational OrganizationsBy

    Multinational organizations face tremendous challenges when it comes to establishing—and proving—labor compliance. There are myriad national and local labor laws to comply with, which may include wage and hour regulations, absence and leave laws, fitness for duty regulations, and work hour...
  • Budgeting Employee Time & Attendance SystemsBy

    Planning and budgeting-out a time and attendance system - even for small and mid-sized companies - can sometimes take months and an entire team, depending on requirements and goals. Equipped with the right information, however, even the most complex roll-outs can be managed with confidence by...
  • Keeping your Salary Administration Plan CurrentBy

    Salary Administration Programs are designed to provide competitive and equitable base pay to all employees, through the use of salary structures and formal policies and procedures. Though many companies develop salary structures informally, it is recommended having periodic benchmarking and...
  • Questions to Ask When Selecting an Applicant Management ToolBy

    Many companies are faced with the question of how to improve their recruitment operations. Applicant tracking systems were developed to help alleviate the perplexities of the recruitment process. However, before selecting an applicant tracking system, there are a few factors or questions to...
  • Compensating Your Executive Team on a ShoestringBy

    Whether your company is a start up, a growing company or a mature company, compensating your employees is critical to attracting, motivating and retaining them. This article describes the key considerations to setting compensation for your executives based on the stage of company growth.