What’s the real impact of employee absenteeism on your district? In a recent study of K-12 school districts, 50% of respondents said they rely on manual processes like three-part leave slips and handwritten time sheets to track and approve time and absence. Consequences include human error and the potential for erroneous absence tracking. But inaccurate time tracking also impacts productivity, FMLA compliance, revenue, and pay-outs upon separation or retirement.
Join this web seminar to find out about the real costs of manually managed absenteeism, and how automated systems can improve efficiency, productivity and the bottom line. Topics will include:
Joseph Morris, lead analyst, Center for Digital Government and Education
Kathy Adams, Payroll Technician, Washington County School District, Utah
Larry Fitch, Senior Workforce Management Consultant for Public Sector, Kronos, Inc
Who will benefit:
Senior human resources, personnel, business and finance officers. Anyone may attend.