Finance processes best suited for cognitive tools


As the finance function comes under increasing pressure to shrink costs, support growth and provide business insights, there is enormous potential for cognitive automation to support CFOs and finance directors in informing strategy and making suggestions in real-time. Cognitive automation gives organisations a competitive advantage by meeting the key challenges today’s finance function faces. Here’s … Continue reading Finance processes best suited for cognitive tools

Why unconventional appraisals work


 The world of performance management is changing rapidly, but the way we manage our people hasn’t yet caught up. Many frontline managers are still relying on old management practices that are no longer effective or contribute to challenges with productivity. Let us show you some ways to freshen up your approach to appraisals… The traditional … Continue reading Why unconventional appraisals work

Four things frontline managers can do to reduce absence


Managing and reducing absence is tough. Especially when your absence policy isn’t consistently applied across the business and managers default back to approaches that ‘work for them’. We’ve listed four simple ways frontline managers can easily, accurately and speedily manage unplanned absence. Schedule return to work calls, welfare calls and reminders. When someone is on … Continue reading Four things frontline managers can do to reduce absence

How to reduce unscheduled absence


“We’ve never had more tools to manage absence, but does your organisation have the skills to make the right decisions?” Asks Andy Fisher, Human Resource Product Manager at ERPaaS… Unscheduled absences of any kind can be hugely disruptive to productivity, and while they remain a fact of life in the workplace, reducing absence isn’t as … Continue reading How to reduce unscheduled absence