Higher education is faced with rising benefit costs and fierce competition for talent. To cope — and thrive — higher education can turn to data-driven benefits strategies, as shown in this addendum to the national Benefits Strategy & Benefits Survey.
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With a tight labor market, tech firms focus on benefits to entice talent. This industry addendum to the Benefits Strategies & Benchmarking Survey report shows how tech employers are using benefits to improve the workforce and deliver better work.
Integration is a big deal in the HR technology industry because the concept of a single platform that supports all HR functions is highly appealing to employers. Previously, service providers developed new components for their core product to deliver an all-in-one-solution, but the add-ons were seldom as good as the core product. The result was an upsurge of point solutions, which could be integrated (to varying degrees of success) with an existing platform. Thanks to APIs, point solution integration has greatly improved.
Employee financial wellbeing continues to be a topic of great interest as employers seek tools to address absenteeism and low productivity associated financial stress. Among the innovations in HR technology are tools that support financial wellbeing by allowing employees to draw from their earnings off-cycle from the traditional weekly or biweekly paycheck.
Partnerships between HR technology service providers and their employer clients face the same challenges as married couples. They come to the relationship with different expectations; varying levels of knowledge, understanding and expertise; and, frankly, different end-goals. Also, as one or both parties grow, expectations change. Just like in a marriage, communication is the key to address these challenges but (also as in a marriage) a subjective third-party can be helpful to facilitate that communication. Gallagher's HR and Benefits Technology consulting team can be that third-party facilitator to improve communication and achieve better outcomes for improved organizational wellbeing.
The booming construction industry anticipates headcount growth. But how do employers compete in a tight labor market? This addendum to the U.S. survey report on total compensation strategies provides data and insights that point the way to better outcomes through better benchmarking.
Under increasing financial constraints, how do social service organizations effectively allocate resources to attract and retain a qualified staff? This addendum to the U.S. survey report on total compensation strategies provides data and insights that point the way to better outcomes through better benchmarking.
The best thing about cloud-based software is the ease in which it is upgraded. The worst thing about cloud-based software is the ease of which it is upgraded. Great new features in HR technology go unnoticed because there is no formal process to optimize your software. Gallagher's HR and Benefits Technology team can help guide you to better organizational wellbeing with optimized HR technology.
Before you pull the trigger on your next HR technology solution, consider what you’re really buying. Hint: It's much more than just software.
Purchasing technology and outsourcing services from a third-party provider has many advantages, key among them is that it allows you to focus on your core business and leave HR technology tasks (automation, compliance, reporting, engagement, etc.) to those with the expertise to do what they do best.