About This Download
Are you tracking employee time or are you managing your workforce?
We often ask prospective customers to reflect on this very important question. The former simply gets you from clock in/out to payroll, the latter consists of integrated solutions to help you maintain a productive workforce. TCP’s latest serial eBook, “Everything You Need to Know About Workforce Management” provides an in-depth examination of the key pillars of robust workforce management. Here's what you'll learn chapter-by-chapter:
Chapter 1, “Time and Attendance: The Core of Workforce Management,” explains how time and attendance data informs every aspect of workforce management. It can enhance your workforce management with automation, increased employee engagement and improved workforce decisions.
Chapter 2, “Reduce Workforce Friction with Integrated Scheduling,” covers the complexity of employee scheduling and how integrated software solutions can significantly simplify scheduling processes.
Chapter 3, "Leave Management Tools That Flex to Meet Your Needs" highlights the costs of ineffective leave management and how flexible solutions can help you avoid the pitfalls of excessive absenteeism and compliance issues.
Chapter 4, “Secure Your Employee Files with a Document Management Solution” highlights how organizations can benefit from integrated document management with greater accessibility, increased data security and consolidation of files.
Chapter 5, “Gain Valuable Workforce Insight with Labor Tracking and Job Costing” details the difference between these two time-tracking tools and how they provide essential labor-related data to organizations.
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