Robust compliance and case management capabilities enable companies to
manage and mitigate effects of absenteeism
TORONTO, March 13 /CNW/ - Workbrain, the leading provider of workforce
management solutions for large enterprises (TSX:WB), today announced the
launch of Absence Management, the first module of its new Workforce Absence
application. Built with input from leading clients and product advisory
councils, the solution automates and integrates the entire absence and leave
management process. The software allows organizations to manage, report and
analyze even the most complex absences and employee leaves for unprecedented
visibility and insight into patterns and trends, and control over both the
direct costs and hidden impacts of absenteeism.
"No one knows the challenges of absence management that face businesses
today as well as the companies themselves," said David Stein, Chief Strategy
Officer at Workbrain. "Verizon Communications, one of our very first Absence
Management clients, provided key input throughout our development process.
This real-world perspective helps us deliver solutions that will serve our
clients. Connecting with our clients during development is particularly
important because traditional absence management solutions have typically
underserved organizations that need visibility into the impacts of
absenteeism, and the control over its associated direct and indirect costs."
Verizon Communications, a leader in delivering broadband and other
wireline and wireless communication innovations, is currently implementing
Workbrain's total workforce management solution.
Web Seminar Showcases New Solution
Workbrain will feature its new Workforce Absence solution during a
complimentary web seminar on March 21, 2007. The web seminar will discuss how
Workbrain has addressed the challenges and impacts of absenteeism. Presenting
alongside Workbrain will be Verizon Communications. To register for the web
seminar, please visit http://www.workbrain.com/webseminars.
Workbrain Workforce Absence automates 100% of complex leave management
processes to significantly increase productivity, reduce administrative loads
and improve employee satisfaction. The solution further reduces the costs and
errors associated with manual processes with its unique ability to handle
intermittent leave with "zero-touch" leave management. Full audit trails and
tracking provide the means to easily demonstrate compliance with
Sarbanes-Oxley obligations, Department of Labor regulations, union rules and
other legislative policies.
Workbrain provides the most widely deployed web-based workforce
management solution for large enterprises. The company is the only provider of
Total Workforce Management that helps organizations plan, deploy, and manage
their workforce to reduce costs, increase sales, and boost employee
satisfaction. Clients such as British Airways, General Mills, Target
Corporation, and Lifespan choose Workbrain's industry-focused workforce
management solutions to integrate workforce planning, labor forecasting,
workforce scheduling, time and attendance, and workforce analytics on a single
platform. For more information, please visit www.workbrain.com.
This news release contains forward-looking statements which are not
historical facts, but are based on certain assumptions and reflect Workbrain's
current expectations. These forward-looking statements are subject to a number
of risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results or events to differ
materially from current expectations. Workbrain disclaims any intention or
obligation to update or revise any forward-looking statements, whether as a
result of new information, future events or otherwise. Given these risks and
uncertainties, investors should not place undue reliance on forward-looking
statements as a prediction of actual results.
Workbrain is a trademark of Workbrain, Inc. All other product or company
names mentioned are the property of their respective owners.
(C) Copyright 2007 Workbrain Corporation. All rights reserved.
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