Timesheets are a necessary part of the American payroll system. But often employees sometimes will do anything but complete their timesheets.
It's hard to believe (and maybe a bit hopeful) that 2020 is halfway over. For the vast majority of organizations, open enrollment will occur in the next few months.
Are you ready for 2020 open enrollment?
Welcome to the first #MemeingfulHR post! Each week, I'll be exploring the HR and payroll industry through pop-culture memes.
For almost two months, we’ve been under orders that have changed the way we approach our day-to-day jobs. In those two months, we’ve seen the rise of remote work and for some people, the ability to put their energy into tasks they weren’t doing at the beginning of the year.
Not too long ago, our consultant and internal HR Christine Peters wrote a blog titled 5 Signs it’s Time to Break up with your HR Technology. It’s never an easy decision to have to move on to a new system, but once you make that decision, how do you properly go about converting? Here’s some advice on what the transition from one HCM system to another should look like and how to properly make that move (while optimizing your data and leveraging your new technology).