As technology transforms business models, many companies will need to rethink their management practices to boost the employee experience. Many small business have not yet adopted a formal strategy for managing and improving the employee experience, and, not surprisingly, this has a direct negative impact on productivity and overall profitability.
Of business and human resources leaders say that in a world of heavy robotics and artificial intelligence, employee "experience" is more important than ever.
Of business and human resources leaders believe that talent acquisition must be a priority to withstand the pace of the digital revolution.
Of companies reported having fully implemented or made significant progress adopting cognitive and artificial intelligence technologies.
Windsor HR Services' business process solutions specifically target developing, measuring, and improving the employee experience in small and medium size organizations. Our solutions help increase overall profitability by increasing productivity, reducing time spent on non-revenue generating activities, limiting employment related liability, and lowering overall labor costs.
If you want to build a more productive and profitable team, one of the HR Specialists at Windsor would be happy to provide you with a free analysis of your current situation as well as suggested solutions.
Source: Deloitte's "Global Human Capital Trends" fall 2016 survey of 10,000 business and human resources leaders in 140 countries, including 1,115 in the US and 2,900 from medium sized companies.
Kevin Steckley has been a small business advisor with Windsor HR Services since 2005, and he has worked with hundreds of companies serving thousands of employees across 40 states in a wide range of industries. He has a PHR Certification from the HR Certification Institute, as well as the SHRM-CP designation through the Society for Human Resources Management. He is a 2014 Business Journal 40 Under 40 Honoree, has served as a SHRM Chapter Board Member for 5 years and has helped raise over $443,000 through his involvement with several charities and community organizations over the past 7 years.