“ Optimizing human capital investments will be the greatest challenge in the next generation workplace. ”
HR management teams and the deliverables of workforce management technologies have evolved dramatically over the past 10 years. Some might argue that those changes are sufficient to satisfy today’s business requirements, but will they be enough to successfully navigate the workforce complexities of tomorrow?
HR is a vital function, but it doesn’t increase leads, develop products, service customers, sell products, or bring money in the door. HR is faced with day-to-day challenges that keep teams from optimizing human capital investments.
Do these sound familiar? They all have direct and indirect effects on your company's bottom line and impede HR from accomplishing its main goal — workforce optimization.
According to an in-house PWC study, management of payroll, workforce administration, time and attendance, and health and wellness requires a surprisingly large commitment of time and resources.
is built on the premise of employee + employer self-service
employs flexible + scalable SaaS cloud computing
engages end-to-end process automation
provides transparent workforce management reporting + KPIs
has a limited up front capital intensive model
has smooth data flows between modules to eliminate redundancies
keeps your organization in compliance easily + effectively
built with mobile workforce management capabilities
The Compass Workforce Management System was built for the workforce management needs of today and the trends of tomorrow.
We've evaluated the data and created three examples of the value you will see through the automation within the compass workforce management system.