The Return of Retirees to the Workforce
Industries like retail, travel, and hospitality, which rely heavily on part-time, hourly employees, can greatly benefit from adding retirees to their workforces.
Meet the Companies Winning in a Time of Change – And Achieving Spectacular Growth
Legion Ranked #653 on 2022 Inc. 5000 List of America’s fastest-growing, privately-owned companies. 966% growth is a testament to our commitment of optimizing labor efficiency and improving the employee experience.
Three Steps to Attract & Retain Hourly Employees
In today’s workforce, the balance of power has shifted and hourly employees want more control, according to Legion’s 2022 State of the Hourly Workforce study. Eighty-six percent of survey respondents say it’s “important” or “very important” to have control of their schedule.
Farshad Kheiri, Head of AI and Data Science at Legion – Interview Series
Farshad Kheiri, Head of AI and Data Science at Legion Technologies, joins Unite.AI for a Q&A to review how Legion uses advanced technology to solve some of the biggest WFM business challenges while creating an employee experience that helps to attract and retain employees.
Lowe’s Gives Full-Time Store Staff the Option of a Four-Day Work Week
In a new survey from Legion, 85% of hourly workers said that it’s important for them to have control over their schedules. In turn, Lowe’s introduced a new four-day scheduling option last week to provide “more flexibility and consistency” in associates’ schedules.
10 Ways Technology is Creating New Opportunities for HR Leaders
Legion Technologies’ Director of Employee Engagement, Traci Chernoff contributes to this article stating that through HR technology we can enable efficiency and optimization for the end-user.
Hourly Workers Want More Schedule Flexibility and Control: Report
What is the state of hourly workers? A recent study commissioned by Legion shines a light on The Great Resignation and the employment landscape.
Study: Hourly Employees Remain Deeply Dissatisfied
A recent survey commissioned by Legion Technologies shows that to attract and retain hourly employees, employers must invest in workforce incentives and technologies that offer schedule flexibility and control, as well as improve communication and strengthen financial health by providing instant access to earned wages.
New Research Shows “Great Resignation” Slowing But Hourly Employees Remain Deeply Dissatisfied
Legion Technologies’ research highlights a significant shift in power from employers to employees and that hourly workers want their companies to offer greater schedule flexibility and autonomy in the workplace.