Point System Attendance Policy for HR: Here’s the Breakdown Some people shy away from implementing a point system to track non-exempt employee attendance because it sounds complicated. But in reality, an attendance point system can be: Straightforward & easy to introduce to your team Fair and equitable if enforced evenly Compliant with state and federal
COVID-19 is here to stay, and it’s changed how we work for good. The HR teams who’ve grappled with shutdowns and coordinated employee quarantines understand that we need new tools for this new era. One of the most important tools employers need right now is employee vaccination tracking software. To meet this need, CMS has
According to global experts, COVID-19 is here to stay. Scientists are telling the world to prepare for a new norm with Covid-19, liking its periodic mutations to the flu virus. In response, the Biden administration has taken significant steps towards creating safety measures to slow infection rates. One of these is a COVID-19 vaccine mandate
If you need to reach a lot of people on your contact list and don’t want to (or can’t afford to) spend time calling them individually, an automated outbound call service known as voice broadcasting might be the solution you need.
An employee attendance policy helps optimize productivity and reduce absenteeism, but it is only effective if consistently enforced. And that can be easier said than done.
Companies looking to streamline their employee call-in procedures often start by addressing the most pressing problem: setting up a single point of contact for employees to use when they call in sick to work.
Occasionally employees miss work. They get sick; an emergency arises; they just need a day off — for whatever reason, they won’t be at work that day.
Your practice needs to offer superior customer service and frictionless care to succeed. Luckily, there are many things you can improve to maximize patient satisfaction. Examining communication channels like phone calls and automated notifications is a great place to start.
Sometimes employees have to (or decide to) miss work. When that happens, the natural and responsible thing for them to do is notify their employer. But the who, what, when, and why of that notification aren’t always well defined, leading to problems.
Choosing an answering service is an important decision for a business with a high volume of calls. You want to get it right. Since the team would be handling direct communication with your customers, they must be professional, empathetic, and have a good knowledge of how your business works. In this detailed guide, we’ve looked