Habit 3 of Highly Productive Organizations: Improvement

Posted by James on September 9, 2019 at 2:33 PM
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The research* provided by The Aberdeen Group on successful approaches to managing a workforce has so far focused on automation of employee management tasks and integration of workforce management systems.

The final and least technical practice is for an organization to always be improving an its approaches and methods of managing their overall workforce. Such improvement is a long-term proposition that takes place gradually. It requires persistence and a commitment to merging modern HCM tools with a consistently advancing workplace culture. As both become more developed and in aligned with one another, an organization's workforce shifts from a practical cost to a strategic and competitive advantage that provide the business with a true edge in the marketplace.

3 Habits of Highly Productive Organizations Workforce Improvement

*Sources:
Productivity: Managing and Measuring a Workforce, The Aberdeen Group, Jan. 2015.
Total Financial Impact on Employee Absences in the U.S., Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), 2014.

Topics: Human Capital Management, Human Resources, Payroll, Time & Labor Management

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