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Mike Morini, CEO of WorkForce Software connected with Business Reporter and their readers to share his thoughts on how companies can better support working parents. He notes that turnover is still an issue with the deskless workforce as many organisations are losing this vital cohort of workers due to a lack of flexibility in shift-based industries.
Being a leader means more than telling people what to do or critiquing them — and yet for many employees who have a bad manager, that’s exactly what leadership can seem like. So, what actually makes someone a good boss? Sandra Moran, Chief Marketing and Customer Experience Officer at WorkForce Software, shares the importance of investing in your people.
Mike Morini, CEO of WorkForce Software connects with HCM Technology to discuss the current labour market and the ways in which he sees it affecting how employers use workplace technology.
Following the turmoil of the pandemic, many salaried employees have had the opportunity to work remotely and enjoy newfound flexibility in their day-to-day work lives. For many, the ability to be more in control over where and when they work has been life-changing, enabling them to find better work-life balance and feel more productive. The experience of the shift, or “deskless,” workforce has been much different.
Difficult conversations about pay are another responsibility falling to middle managers as more states and localities enact salary transparency laws. Leslie Tarnacki, CHRO at WorkForce Software, talks with Worklife about how pay transparency laws may have an impact on middle management, they may now have the added responsibility of having challenging conversations with their team members about pay – and many may not feel prepared.
EMEA retail workers are feeling a summer burnout and Sandra Moran, Chief Marketing and Customer Experience Officer at WorkForce Software, points out for HRM Guide readers that the business case for improving the employee experience (EX) for retail workers is clear, from reducing staff turnover rates to enhancing productivity and increasing profitability.
Mike Morini, CEO of WorkForce Software, engages Tech Radar readers and leaders to examine their workforce management technology and determine if it’s meeting their needs and the demands of their essential employees, especially their deskless workforce.
Data shows that 1 in 7 people experience mental health problems at work. While most offices now feature mental health first-aiders and some even promote “wellbeing days,” frontline and deskless workers are often not afforded the same support. Mike Morini, CEO of WorkForce Software, talks with Workplace Wellbeing and lays out the current state of support for deskless workers and specifically mental health support.
Sandra Moran, Chief Marketing and Customer Experience Officer at WorkForce Software, explores three ways HR departments can utilise technology to deliver more direct, personal and positive employee experiences for all their staff, no matter their contract type or working location.
Sandra Moran, Chief Marketing and Customer Experience Officer at WorkForce Software, explores technological advancements and the echo of significant layoffs in the tech sector in detail with Built In. She provides insightful tips on today’s job market and how new graduates can enter the job market with their best foot forward.
Amid recent layoffs, how can employees that remain at these companies continue to thrive in their workplaces? Leslie Tarnacki, CHRO at WorkForce Software, shares how employees can navigate additional work by seeking guidance from a peer or co-worker.