Many software implementations fail or don’t live up to expectations. However, this isn’t always because of a problem with the product, but rather the software selection process was flawed.
Staying compliant with HR, and absence and leave regulations is tough enough, without the regulators themselves not being able to make up their mind on whether a new law should be passed or not.
Take the paid overtime rule that was introduced by President Obama, which would have raised the salary threshold for exemption from $23,660 to $47,476. This rule —which was set to go into effect on 1 December 2016— was put on hold by the federal courts in November 2016, before being permanently blocked on 31st August 2017.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year — or is it? Amidst the holiday haze of gifts and gatherings, it’s also when business leaders scramble to set their annual budgets.
The budgeting and forecasting process looks different depending on each business. But most businesses have one thing in common: They approach this process incorrectly.
Whether you’re on the giving or the receiving end of technical support, it’s not always easy to get your message across. Despite seemingly countless ways for support agents to communicate with customers and clients, it can still be a drag to figure out exactly what’s causing the problem, and how to fix it. (more…)
The markets are bracing for what is expected to be yet another record-breaking shopping weekend.
Between Black Friday and Cyber Monday, shoppers are expected to hunt down the best deals in the market and drive billions of dollars in sales over a three-day period that has become a staple of American culture.