Few professional offices have to deal with as much information as law firms and remember so many critical things.
Headache-causing. Frustrating. Sluggish. These are some of the terms that go through our heads when trying to decode the complex regulatory requirements of Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX).
As the manager of a project or of a special company initiative, have you ever been in the position of realizing that nobody is taking the project seriously?
Why do some of your employees get all tasks done on time and as expected, but others can't seem to have the same success rate, even when those tasks are critical and are designed to avoid, transfer, or reduce risks to the business?
Is it their motivation? Their DNA? Is it compensation? Is it culture?
We have put together a succinct infographic to help our clients drive accountability in the workplace by avoiding the following issues when using task management and/or accountability software.
The gig economy is here to stay. Intuit estimates that by 2020, as many as 40 percent of Americans will be contingent, contract, or "gig" workers. Gig workers can be freelancers, independent contractors, or any other outsourced employees who are hired on a per-project basis.
Some of these contingent workers choose to work outside of a payroll system either as full-time freelancers or as part-time workers who supplement their income by picking up gigs. Others take contingent jobs out of necessity even though they would prefer full-time employee status.
It has been proven that, if done right, gamification may increase engagement. What about taking these gaming concepts into the workplace to make accountability and the tracking of employee performance more fun?
In the wake of the UK Parliament's recent network security attack, it's clear that no matter how well-designed our IT security systems and internal controls are, there's always a risk of your organization falling victim to a cyber threat.