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The Best Payroll Software: Features and Leaders

Payroll services have gone out of style. Sorry payroll service providers, but it’s true. These days, a do-it-yourself payroll management approach with the help of software is the way to go. Payroll software tends to be cheaper, you have more internal control and changes are easier to make than with payroll services.

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Workday Competitors and Alternatives

Workday Human Capital Management is one of the consistently most well-reviewed human resource software on the market. It appears on most top 10 lists (including our Leaderboard) and has satisfied a wealth of customers. But if you’re a HR software buyer, you may find that Workday isn’t the best vendor for your company. This shouldn’t come as a shock — no vendor is the right choice for every company.

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Employee Performance Management System Requirements and Features

The overall performance of your organization depends solely on the performance of your employees, but it can be very difficult to track employee performance using paper-based systems. That’s why more and more organizations try to improve their performance management system (PM system) using the innovative software solutions that are available today.

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Human Resource Management Predictions for 2018: The Continuation of Employee-Centric Changes

The direction within Human Resource (HR) management going into 2018 maintains the focus on the employee that we’ve already established in my LMS predictions and Talent Management predictions. While technology has grabbed the attention of professionals tasked with optimizing their workforces, the employee has continued to gain relevance and utility in the workplace.

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Human Capital Management (HCM) – Resource or Asset?

The human mind is our fundamental resource. – John F. Kennedy

The distinction between Human Capital Management (HCM) and Human Resource Management (HRM) isn’t always extremely clear in core human resource literature. This also isn’t surprising. While many analysts would argue that the two disciplines are quite different, there are sufficient common elements and interdependencies that contribute to a flattening of the differences and, in some instances, the use of the terms interchangeably.  So a short discussion of the differences and similarities may contribute to a better understanding of HCM in its proper context.

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2018 HR Tech Trends

When we think of science fiction, images of flying cars, robot butlers and hover boots oftentimes come to mind. It’s easy to forget that there’s science fiction for the business world, too. And just like our favorite movies, some fantastical ideas end up making it into everyday manufacturing and distribution routines.

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What the $#@! is People Analytics?

Data is everywhere. It’s in your job, it’s in your internet history and it’s even in your phone. There’s so much data, it seems to only come in one size: Big Data. And how do businesses use their data? With analytics. You’ve heard of data analytics, predictive analytics and maybe even prescriptive and descriptive analytics, but what about people analytics?

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PeopleSoft Competitors: Workday, SAP, and More

It’s fair to say that the world of HR software is usually a very quiet place. There’s a lot of buzz around big releases, but scandal and drama are hardly hallmarks of the industry. For this reason, the epic battle between vendors Oracle and PeopleSoft marks a strange and interesting time in the history of human resource development.

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Employee Engagement Software: A Smarter Way to Increase Engagement

By now you’ve probably heard of the rampant workplace disengagement problem.  Only 15% of workers worldwide are actively engaged in their work.  Although the US experiences significantly better engagement, with 30% of workers engaged, the number is still far from ideal.  A study by the Aberdeen Group headed by HR Tech influencer Michael Moon showed that companies with engaged employees take in 2.5 times the revenue of their competitors with lower engagement.

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