Displaying items by tag: Elmo Software

GUEST RESEARCH: A new study has revealed almost half of Australians (48%) won’t work for a business that doesn’t address climate change while seven out of eight Australians think businesses need to do more to take action on climate change. 

Published in ResearchWire

GUEST OPINION by Danny Lessem CEO ELMO Software: Australian tech solutions can facilitate the next step in reopening the economy through secure information sharing of employees’ COVID-19 vaccination and test status between Government, business and the tech sector.

Published in Guest Opinion

Cloud-based HR, payroll, expense management and rostering provider Elmo Software has launched a new solution for use by businesses that need to record and monitor their employees' COVID-19 vaccination and test status.

Published in Health

Cloud-based HR, payroll, expense management and rostering & attendance software provider ELMO has released a new product which it claims will allow managers and people leaders to streamline their people management requirements and “fight back against the war for talent”.

Published in Recruitment

Three in five Australian workers are open to their employer mandating COVID-19 vaccinations in the workplace, according to the June quarter Employee Sentiment Index (ESI) from cloud-based HR provider Elmo Software.

Published in Health

Predictive People Analytics module, a collaboration between Elmo Software and the University of Technology, Sydney, provides businesses a combination of artificial data intelligence and machine learning to help human resources and payroll professionals understand an organisation’s workforce and predict which positions are prone to vacancy.

Published in Business Intelligence

The Elmo Employee Sentiment Report shows that workers in the information, media and technology (IMT) industry are twice as likely to be actively looking for a new job – inside or outside their current employer – than those in other industries.

Published in Enterprise Staff

A survey of more than 1,800 Australian and New Zealand human resources professionals reveals "a sense of optimism for the future with the majority of respondents expecting their workforce will either remain the same size (46%) or increase (39%) in the next year. Despite the economic impacts of COVID-19, just 15% of respondents anticipate a decrease in workforce size."

Published in Business IT




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