New Workforce Optimization Practices Integrate Technology and People to Drive Present and Future Business Success
The top trends in business challenges facing companies of all sizes are becoming increasingly clear. In a recent survey of 1,289 organizations collectively representing 20 million employees, research firm CedarCrestone found that 60 percent of respondents said their organizations are experiencing pressure to increase productivity and reduce labor costs, yet still maintain superior service levels. Key questions being asked in boardrooms across the country include:
- How do we become more agile?
- How do we move quickly when the market changes?
- Where are we today as an organization?
As a business owner, executive or HR leader, how do you begin to answer those questions and plot a course of action for your organization? Workforce Optimization is a practice that is increasingly being adopted by organizations to help them align human capital with business objectives so that strategies can be implemented to drive success both today and into the future. What is Workforce Optimization? Learn more...
Overview: Grounds For Sculpture, an arts organization located in Hamilton, NJ, with over 100 employees is growing by leaps and bounds and has become a top attraction in the state. Read more...
Situation: When faced with the opportunity to grow the workforce for an anticipated increase in visitors for both the busy spring and summer seasons and throughout the remainder of the year, Grounds for Sculpture leadership turned to the HR Division at PROXUS - already in place as the outsourced HR provider to develop a recruitment strategy to bring in the most qualified talent. Read more...
Solution: The PROXUS HR team worked with the leadership to develop a full recruitment and selection strategy, including job fairs and a streamlined interview and selection process. Read more...
Results: As a result of the increased attention given in these areas, Grounds For Sculpture has identified and selected an excellent mix of talent to join the admissions and restaurant teams. Read more...
"What we found with PROXUS is that they actually provide the complete HR function. It is equivalent to having an HR department on site, who not only handles the day-to-day human resources functions, but can also pull from its extensive resources in completing special projects."
Rob Gross, CFO
Grounds for Sculpture
Considerations: Does your organization have the resources in place to allow for this level of successful growth in your organization? Contact Jeff Green, Principal, at 215-654-9140 ext. 102 or firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss your situation and to learn how PROXUS has helped organizations like yours with their HR needs.
PROXUS is pleased to announce the addition of the following new staff members to the PROXUS team. Please join us in welcoming them to our organization.
SANGEETA SHARMA, Client Services Specialist
Sangeeta joins PROXUS from Aramark Coporation, where she was a payroll project analyst. She will be a client services specialist with PROXUS, and will also work with our new client conversion team as needed.
PEGGYANNE WINK, Client Services Specialist
Peggy joins PROXUS with over 20 years of client service experience in high-volume environments. She will be a client services specialist with PROXUS.
GAIL MASAYKO, HR Finance and Administration Manager
Gail joins our HR staff as the finance and administration manager. She comes to us with over 20 years of experience in finance and operations.
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