Rather than reinventing the wheel as you build your startup, you should be trying to learn the lessons of those who have successfully walked the path you are on before you. Here are the startup stories of a diverse group of entrepreneurs who have all built profitable businesses.
“Without data, you’re just another person with an opinion.” ― W. Edwards Deming
Opinions: everyone has one.
Deputy, an Atlanta-based workforce management platform, announced new features for its healthcare sector.
If you haven’t heard the term predictive scheduling, you soon will. Primarily affecting the retail and food service industries, new scheduling laws have hit both coasts, and they have the potential to spread across country in the coming years.
I spoke with Ashik Ahmed, co-founder, CTO, and CEO of Deputy, whose software is our Editors’ choice in the shift planning and human resources (HR) management category.
There’s nothing easy about building a business. I knew that from the beginning when I began to build Deputy, an employee management software company.
Deputy’s web-based automated workforce management solution frees employers from cumbersome administrative tasks so they can focus on strategies that will drive their business. And by incorporating Twilio SMS within this revolutionary platform, Deputy has made managing employees even easier.
At startups racing to hit board-level growth promises, investing in HR can fall behind other priorities, as it’s often viewed as a (sometimes unnecessary) cost center.
Each week I read a number of customer service and experience articles from various online resources. Here are my top five picks from last week.
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