So much for summer being slow—with a series of product enhancements, this quarter has shaped up to be one of the biggest in Namely’s history. Our team delivered significant updates across every facet of the platform, from payroll to time management, all with a singular focus in mind: empowering HR teams to move their business and people forward.
In HR, we know one thing to be true: all successful companies come down to the people. As we grow, we’re excited to announce a new addition to our team. Elisa Steele joins Namely as our first independent board member.
For today’s workforce, benefits are a driving force in how employees feel about their employer. 57% of employees say that benefits and perks are among their top considerations before accepting a job. When done well, benefits can drive employee engagement, increase retention, and help build the positive culture of HR professionals' dreams.
This post originally appeared on Fond.
When Namely was founded over five years ago, we built our headquarters in NYC. It’s an unusual home base for a SaaS company (most are based in Silicon Valley), but NYC’s unique environment—full of drive and energy—is an ideal backdrop for a growing company.
In this HR for Humans story, Shayleen Stuto—a Human Resources Manager at TechnologyAdvice—reflects on her experience turning down a director title and senior-level role. For more stories at the intersection of work and life, follow @namely_hr. You can also submit your stories here.
Managing HR, payroll, and benefits is a highly strategic and complex task. Doing it well requires a wealth of data, which is why our all-in-one platform puts all the information you need right at your fingertips.
Today, we’re proud to share that Namely has been named to the 2017 Cloud 100 list, the definitive list of the top 100 private cloud companies in the world. The list is published by Forbes, in partnership with Bessemer Venture Partners and Salesforce Ventures.
In this HR for Humans story, Nikki Boehm—a Manager of Presales at Namely—reflects on her experience starting a family while also advancing her career. For more stories at the intersection of work and life, follow @namely_hr. You can also submit your stories here.
The talent lifecycle is rich with data that often goes untapped. But you can use this data to identify and hire top talent, create a more objective method for evaluating candidates, and invest HR resources into the right talent sources. Rather than relying on instinct or intuition, data can help inform better hiring practices and allow you to track how that hire has panned out over time. By collecting and analyzing your data, you create a continuous feedback loop to reassess and improve your process.
So how do you use your data to start making strategic talent decisions? Here are three HR metrics you can start tracking today:
Get the latest news from Namely about HR, payroll, and benefits.
We send out emails once a week with the latest from the Namely Blog, HR News, and other industry happenings. Expect to see that in your inbox soon!