Filling the Gaps: How Modern, People-Centric Solutions Boost K-12 Success
The K-12 industry has been expected to do more with less as budget constraints have plagued school districts across the country. To help address some of these concerns, many districts have adopted an enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution to support financial planning and stability.
While these solutions work at a transactional level, they lack critical HR functionality that can leave out — and often hinder — strategic human resources and labor planning. By implementing a centralized technology approach, school districts can improve productivity, better manage labor budgets, and create a seamless, user-friendly experience for employees from hire to retire.