A quick search on Google shows the increasing focus on compliance, with employers subject to new rules and regulatory obligations such as Sarbanes Oxley, US state specific rulings, and their own corporate directives. More telling is the number of returned results showing the repercussions of not keeping up to date. Class action lawsuits, employee grievances and union related threats and action are all on the increase, and what is clear is that ignorance really isn't a defense. The role of leading Workforce Management systems has had to evolve in line with these changes and to serve diverse user communities in different ways.
Compliance adds another layer of complexity ito managing workforces of all sizes. The need to demonstrate compliance with an increasing number of regulatory bodies, state laws and union agreements has necessitates a new level of scrutiny of internal processes. This webcast takes a look at the specific needs from three functional areas and addresses how best-in-class organizations use their Workforce Management system to cater to the need.