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How to Automate Employee Timesheet Approval – A Complete Guide for HR

Clock in, clock out time management

Timesheet tracking has been around for years. Punch cards, clocking in and out, ID forms, paper forms, Excel – we’ve seen every variant.

But, these processes are tedious and HR departments struggle to manage them. They must organize, deal with and approve timesheets for dozens or even hundreds of employees at the same time.

In today’s business world, these old-fashioned methods are too time consuming and they waste company time. Optimize your company for the 21st century by automating long, manual processes. Timesheet management is a simple, relatively frequent, and time consuming process. It’s a perfect candidate for automation.

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6 Ways to Attract, Retain, and Develop Millennial Talent

Talent is the most important determinant of success in the 21st century. Talent is scarce and the competition for the most in-demand skills is fierce. Retaining your best employees is harder than ever before. Attracting and retaining world-class talent has become a critical aspect of companies’ futures.

According to a Pew Research Center analysis of U.S. Census Bureau data, more than one in three working Americans are millennials; more than any other generation in the labor force. By 2030, an estimated 75% of the workforce will be millennials. In order to stay competitive, you must engage with them now.

But, what are millennials looking for in companies today? Let’s take a look at some key aspects:

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Top 6 HR Functions to Automate for Business Efficiency

HR departments have gone through some changes in the recent years. Their responsibilities have shifted to be more aligned with the company’s overall goals rather than simply managing benefits and records-keeping for the workforce.

Since talent is now the #1 challenge companies face, that means HR must focus on attracting, retaining, and developing the best talent. HR employees in a successful, modern company cannot afford to waste time on paperwork.

To stay competitive in today’s business world, HR departments must evolve to be fully business integrated and need to streamline processes.

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8 Workflow Examples That Will Help You Get Started Today

Companies everywhere are transforming their tedious, time-consuming, manual processes into streamlined, easy-to-use, automated processes. They’re doing it to reap the many benefits of automation technology. Updated technology improves consistency and companies have enjoyed increased productivity, availability, reliability, and performance, while drastically reducing costs.

However, each company has different automation needs and priorities. For example, a company that procures a large number of raw materials may benefit from invoice automation as opposed to a temp agency that may prefer to invest in automating new hire onboarding.

Here’s a list of workflow examples for common business processes. For each type, we’ll explain what your workflow should include to make them perform optimally.

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Top 7 HR Processes That Are Perfect for Automation

Access to world-class talent is the #1 determinant of success in the 21st century. As a result, HR employees have one of the most important roles in every company. They follow employees from the scouting and recruiting process all the way to the employee offboarding process and everywhere in between. 

Yet, too many HR departments are swamped with paperwork, taking away valuable time that could be focused on employees. In fact, on average HR employees spend 40% of their time on administrative work, either entering data from one system to another or on other tasks.

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5 Leave Management Mistakes That Make Employees Quit (And How to Fix Them)

Employee Leave Management is one of the main things HR departments handle. But, many companies get bogged down in unnecessarily long, complicated processes. Here are 5 common mistakes that can hurt your company, and ways to fix them.

1. Creating a “Vacation Shaming” Culture

In many companies, employees have to deal with comments about choosing to take vacation. These can come from higher-ups at the company, but more often than not, they come directly from peers. We’ve all heard the “You’re taking a vacation? How nice, I wish I had the time to do that,” comment.

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Taking the Stress out of Taking Vacation

Taking vacation is about resting, relaxing and de-stressing. Numerous studies have shown that employees who take vacations get better sleep, have lower risk of heart disease, and come back more motivated to produce amazing new things.

And yet, people are stressed about taking vacation. A survey through Healthline found that ~62% of 2,280 readers said that they experienced “very or somewhat” elevated stress levels during the winter holidays — which means employees came back to work just as stressed as before.

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