Buyer's Guide for Higher Ed Workforce Management Software
About This Resource
Workforce management (WFM) includes tools for scheduling student workers, tracking multiple jobs, managing diverse workforce such as faculty, salaried and hourly staff, and student employees. With cloud technology it’s easy to access WFM tools regardless of location. Employees and administrators alike can login via mobile, web and in-person solutions. WFM also allows institutions to make decisions based on labor tracking and job costing, and to leverage document management capabilities to avoid risk. It’s a key component of human resource management in higher education.
Thanks to technology, every industry – including higher ed – can now deploy workforce management software that supports the entire institution. Effective workforce management happens when higher education institutions integrate key WFM activities into one platform.
This buyer’s guide will help you understand:
- Which questions to ask to help you choose the best solution
- What to consider when reviewing the available options
- Why your institution needs a healthcare workforce management system
- Benefits of a workforce management system
- How to prepare for the vendor selection process
We’ll guide you through key steps to help identify what you need to consider and who needs to be involved. Selecting a workforce management solution may seem like an ominous task, but with this guide, you have what you need to ensure you will be prepared for a successful journey.
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