PayNorthwest is proud to announce that it ranks #1627 in the 2016 Inc. 5000, an elite list of the fastest-growing private companies in the United States. The company’s revenue increased by 231% from 2012 to 2015 when it reached $3.4 million. “This is our first year being featured on the prestigious Inc. 5000 ranking and we are very honored … Continue
Human Capital Management (HCM) is the set of processes related to your organization’s payroll, human resources (HR), time and attendance, scheduling, and other personnel administrative needs. Through automating HCM functions, businesses can see significant savings in the form of time, money, litigation exposure, and overall aggravation. We invite you to click here to download our new ROI white paper to … Continue
From our partners at Kronos Ensuring the efficiency of your business means that you understand how to optimize your entire workforce, whether hourly or salaried. Here are three tips on how to leverage workforce management to drive an enhanced organizational effectiveness strategy for your organization: Minimize Labor Compliance Risk The management of FLSA, FMLA, and … Continue
By Lynette Hatscher, SPHR The human resource (HR) function is one of the foundational pillars of an organization’s success. Employees are a company’s most valuable asset right at the heart of everything it undertakes – no employees means no management, no product development, no customer service, no sales and marketing. But to effectively attract, … Continue
An interesting thing happened on the way to the cloud… Enterprise systems, big iron that was used to crunch numbers, store and retrieve data and render reports, developed a new trick. And it’s a big one. Sometimes the biggest shifts are the most subtle, and I have to say, I think this one sort of … Continue
One new-ish term of art that has always bothered me is the curious label of Software-as-a-Service. To that, I say, Really? Software as a service? I don’t think so. Software as a Subscription, maybe. But Service? Whoever invented that term obviously wasn’t from the service industry. Hmmm, maybe they were from the software industry….
Everything wants to be efficient. It is a law of nature and a law of business. The path to efficiency is to eliminate waste. And waste comes in two main forms – Steps and Stuff. This post is about Stuff and the virtuousness of getting rid of as much stuff as possible. We will talk … Continue
Just to prove me point re the post below, I am now posting this via my smartphone!
One of the big story lines in the last five years in technology has been the rise of the importance of the consumer. For nearly two decades it was the Enterprise (business) that dictated how and where technology progressed. This was the heyday of Microsoft – consumers were allowed to participate, but it was business … Continue