Ensuring Implementation Expectations Equal Reality

By: Samantha Colby You’ve read up on our top tips for ensuring that the features of the HCM system you are implementing meet your company’s future state (Hint: if you haven’t – it involves a thorough evaluation process plus scripted vendor demos). Now you’re on to the next phase – implementation. While you have a …Read More »

Frequently Asked Questions From Your Employees Regarding Your Newly Implemented HCM

Written by: Russ Belue Any time a company changes from one Human Capital Management (HCM) system to another, there’s always a learning curve.  The employees will have questions and they usually center around accessibility, pay and personal information.  It would help HR to anticipate what questions the employees will have and have a consistent message …Read More »

Fatigue Management

Written by: Nathan Meles It may be absent from many corporate HR policies, but fatigue management has been rapidly gaining awareness in the workplace. Not only is employee fatigue a hazard in some work environments, it impacts workplace morale, employee accuracy, and productivity. From industry specific safety regulations, to collective bargaining agreements, and even companies …Read More »

Understanding and Accepting Change in Our Professional Lives

Written by: Jim Yarbrough In a previous role, I was directly involved in implementing complete process changes. In one particular project I was involved in, the field personnel at this retail organization had been following the same HR processes for the past 10 years. The leadership team at this retail giant sought to bring efficiency …Read More »

How Adding New Benefit Carriers and Plans Impact an HCM Implementation

Written by: Heather Soper If you’re like the majority of employers, you may be considering changing Human Capital Management (HCM) systems this  year, in addition to making new carrier and plan decisions. It’s the perfect time, right? Start  fresh with new plans, new software, and a new sense of purpose and prepare for the next …Read More »

Top Three Considerations When Implementing a New Benefits System

Written by: Colette Peterman There are many things to consider when thinking about implementing a new benefits system. Maybe the motivation is different: going from paper to electronic, wanting to streamline and centralize processes, and/or simply wanting something that’s more user friendly to the participant. Whatever the reasons are, there are many similar considerations to be …Read More »

Putting Away the Crystal Ball – A Better Method to Plan for the Future

Written by: John A. Hinojos One thing that has always amazed me when working with clients, was how much I was told about the current processes and what was working, but how little everyone had thought about what the technology and processes would need to look like in the future. This has been an issue …Read More »