An economic slowdown is the best time to educate an idle workforce.
Articles by Sarah Fister Gale
Analog Devices, Inc.’s development model includes on-the-job training, coaching to help people in their daily jobs, and mentoring to help employees further their careers.
Nordenia USA used the slowing economy as a time to develop training programs that would smooth future expansions.
Whatever the approach, finding the right combination of quality care at a reasonable price is an ongoing challenge for companies of all sizes.
Prescription claims had accounted for 25 percent of Londen’s medical costs before the switch to mail-order prescription servies.
Through the March of Dimes, Bank One launched an on-site healthy pregnancy program.
Last year the company switched medical providers, cutting medical bills by 15 to 20 percent.
While most companies use a variety of techniques to manage costs, 51.7% said cost sharing was the most successful option.
Even if HRMS maintenance isn’t one of your formal duties, knowing about backups, upkeep, and long-term troubleshooting can save you time, turmoil, and money.
Putting these programs in place before employees need them saves time, money, and misery.