HR for Health | February 25, 2021
It’s easier to manage HR and keep your practice compliant.
HRforHealth is a leading Human Resource Information System (HRIS) software, developed specifically for the healthcare industry. HRforHealth has announced the launch of its new interface. It is a thoughtfully-designed software with newly added features, the updated interface is highly functional, helps the user save time, boost productivity and achieve greater peace of mind.
Ali Oromchian, Co-Founder, JD, LL.M. said, "Redesigning our platform was a necessary change in order to continue to provide our customers with cutting-edge, compliant, and easy to use HR solutions. This upgrade makes it easier than ever for practice owners to manage their team while complying with federal and state laws."
Reimagined from the ground up, the new interface by HR for Health is all about simplifying critical HR tasks. The new HR for Health 2.0 interface gives you more than a cleaner dashboard such as an integrated payroll system, tardiness tracking, team management, and more. The new interface is much easier to use, moreover, it helps physicians, chiropractors, dentists, veterinarians, optometrists, and other healthcare professionals protect what matters most – their practice, patients, and overall reputation.
The new software:
Seamlessly monitoring and adding employee details all on one page
Searchable and customizable documentation
Can add to-do lists
DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION
Microsoft | March 17, 2022
On March 16th, tech giant Microsoft Corp., released the Work Trend Index Report. The annual report this year, “Great Expectations: Making Hybrid Work Work,” focuses on hybrid work and identifies employees’ evolving expectations of their workplace.
The research is clear, going home to work is no longer the same. The challenge for organizations is to keep up with the new expectations of employees. The index report has uncovered five trends that organizations must adopt. The study consisted of 31,000 people from 31 countries.
In addition, to the productivity signals analysis in Microsoft 362 and labor trends from LinkedIn:
53% of employees reported that they are more likely to put their health and well-being above work now in comparison to before the pandemic. 52% of Gen Z and millennials are likely to switch employers in the coming year.
50% of leaders said their companies will return to working full-time from the office in the coming year. 54% of managers however, feel that company leadership is not in touch with employee expectations. 74% say they don’t have the power or resources to change that.
The biggest challenge for 38% of hybrid employees is knowing when to come into the office and for what reasons. However, only 28% of leaders have defined these norms.
The weekly meeting time for Team users is up by a whopping 252% after 2 years, while the number of chats sent per person every week is up by 32%.
As 51% of hybrid workers consider a complete shift to remote work in the coming years, organizations must look to building workplace relationships. 42% of leaders say that it is their biggest challenge when having employees work in a hybrid or remote set-up.
"There's no erasing the lived experience and lasting impact of the past two years, as flexibility and well-being have become non-negotiables for employees. By embracing and adapting to these new expectations, organizations can set their people and their business up for long-term success.”
-Jared Spataro, corporate vice president, Modern Work, Microsoft
Randstad US | August 11, 2021
Randstad US today announced major renovations to its national headquarters in Atlanta to reflect its shift to a hybrid workplace that will include both on-site and remote work options for employees. Randstad's new HQ will encompass over 105,000 square feet of office space and specialty collaborative space including a TED Talks setup and virtual meeting rooms with enhanced audio/visual capabilities.
The new space, located at One Overton Park, reflects Randstad's continued commitment to the Atlanta area, where it has been based since 1998, and its dedication to promoting a flexible and responsive work environment for its employees.
"Workers have been telling their employers all year that the pandemic changed the way they think about work and that they expect continued flexibility and perks in the years ahead," said Karen Fichuk, CEO of Randstad North America and Randstad N.V. executive board member. "We have heard that message and not only helped our clients adapt their hiring strategies to remain competitive, but our new and improved headquarters will ensure our own employees have their needs met."
The company is creating a more collaborative workplace by focusing on communal areas for company-wide meetings and trainings, placing teams that work together in the same vicinity and creating shared office spaces that are not assigned to specific individuals. Employees can reserve these desk areas for the days and times they will be in the office.
In addition to the physical changes, Randstad's office strategy will implement a hybrid work model with a mixture of in office and remote work that allow employees at its headquarters to determine their schedules and offer benefits and perks prioritized by employees in surveys. The facility will also promote a healthy work-life balance by offering break rooms with lounge furniture and games for employees, and meditation areas that will improve overall wellness and wellbeing.
"Randstad wanted its entire real estate portfolio to reflect its commitment to being 'human forward'," said Clark Dean, Executive Managing Director and founder of Transwestern's Transaction Sciences group. "It's creatively repositioning its offices to inspire and empower its people to better serve job seekers and employers."
Randstad partnered with Transwestern's Transaction Sciences group to lead the transformation of its headquarters to create a better work environment at the intersection of culture, function and economics. The company engaged Gensler to develop and implement a robust change management program to guide employees through the transition ensuring the right resources were in place to foster the new way of working.
"Through Gensler's research and proprietary Workplace Performance Index survey, we worked with Randstad to create a hybrid environment that supports new ways of working," said Autumn Brasher, Gensler Atlanta Workplace Strategy Lead. "Focusing on the employee experience, Randstad is trailblazing the future of work in the industry."
Construction will be completed in August and the new office will open mid-September.
Randstad North America, Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of Randstad N.V., a €20.7 billion global provider of flexible work and human resources services. As a trusted human partner in the technology-driven world of talent, we combine the expertise and passion of our employees with some of the most innovative HR technologies on the market today to advance the careers and business success of our candidates and clients.
Randstad's North American operations comprise 5,700 associates and a deployed workforce of more than 86,000 in the U.S. and Canada. In addition to staffing and recruitment, Randstad offers outsourcing, consulting and workforce management solutions for generalist and specialist disciplines, including technology, engineering, accounting and finance, clinical and non-clinical healthcare, human resources, legal, life sciences, manufacturing and logistics, office and administration and sales and marketing. Global concepts available to North American client companies include RPO, MSP, integrated talent solutions, payrolling and independent contractor management and career transition services.