We worked directly with our K-12 customers to develop a solution specifically for school districts. It’s important for us to meet the current and future needs of our customers. We look forward to speaking with attendees on how our solution can benefit their school district.
Livonia, MI (Vocus) February 17, 2009
WorkForce Software, Inc., a leader in workforce management solutions, will highlight best practice trends in workforce management at the American Association of School Administrators’ (AASA) 2009 National Conference on Education Marketplace, February 20 – 21, 2009, at the Moscone Convention Center in San Francisco.
The conference is an opportunity for attendees to learn new approaches and solutions that help streamline their districts’ workforce management needs on a daily basis. During the conference, WorkForce Software consultants will be available to demonstrate how its EmpCenter for K-12 School Districts solution automates complex pay rules to increase labor productivity and efficiency, while decreasing costs using industry best practices. Attendees can look forward to learning about the following cost saving trends in education:
1. Software-as-a-Service – No software to install or maintain, just an easy to access web service
2. One solution for the whole district - single solution for exempt and non-exempt employees
3. Employee self-service empowers employees, saves time, and cuts costs
4. Automated compliance regulations, multiple assignments, and other complex HR issues and pay policies
5. Convergence of HR, payroll, and operational functions into time and attendance software
Designed to meet the unique needs of K-12 school districts, WorkForce Software's EmpCenter solution automates processes specific to the education industry, including employees working multiple assignments and billing labor costs to grants. EmpCenter helps these organizations better manage grant allocation and maintain an audit trail of all funds used.
In addition, the EmpCenter Multiple Assignments module supports employees who hold more than one position at the organization. EmpCenter tracks work hours, time-off, business rules, pay rates, and approvals for each position held by a single employee and then generates a single check from the payroll department. This level of accuracy ensures compliance with the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and other state and federal requirements every pay period.
"This is a great opportunity for us to demonstrate to public school districts how we can lower their labor costs in this economic environment," said Kevin Choksi, president and CEO of WorkForce Software. "We worked directly with our K-12 customers to develop a solution specifically for school districts. It’s important for us to meet the current and future needs of our customers. We look forward to speaking with attendees on how our solution can benefit their school district."
Stop by WorkForce Software booth #241 to see how EmpCenter can make your job easier.
About WorkForce Software
WorkForce Software, Inc. is a leader in workforce management systems for mid-sized and large employers. Its EmpCenter system automates and streamlines interactions between the employer and its workforce. Interactions include time entry, time-off requests, request for personal information, and schedule preferences. By automating these interactions, organizations can better manage payroll and processing costs, help ensure compliance with state and federal regulations, and increase the productivity and satisfaction of their employees. The EmpCenter suite is composed of numerous applications, including Time and Attendance, Activity Based Costing, Multiple Assignments, Accruals and Absence Manager, FMLA Manager, Advanced Scheduling, and Fatigue Management. WorkForce Software’s diverse customer base includes large employers such as the University of California, the City of Raleigh, Vivendi Universal Games, and Compass Bank. For more information, visit http://www.workforcesoftware.com.
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Melissa Diemert, Director of Marketing
WorkForce Software, Inc.