Guide to Maximizing Your Government Workforce
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When it comes to workforce management, integrated solutions are key and time and attendance remains at the core of it all.
To start with the basics, workforce management is an organizational process that includes all the activities required to maintain a productive workforce, including managing mobile or remote employees, employee scheduling, leave management and document management. Determining how your employees clock in and out, when they work, and what functions they perform while at work are all key elements of optimizing your workforce.
For state and local government entities, tracking time and attendance data can be especially difficult because of the complexity of the workforce. With numerous departments and locations, seasonal workers, employees who may work in multiple departments and are represented by unions, technology-based solutions are the only way to go.
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