Daylight Saving is on the way!

Get Ready for Daylight Saving Time After a tough year of lockdown and restrictions, one thing we can be sure about is that Spring is most definitely on its way, bringing with it longer and lighter days. This weekend marks the start of British Summer Time with the introduction of Daylight Saving Time. At 1:00 am […]

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Neal Soil Suppliers Ltd selects Capita WFM

We are pleased to announce that Neal Soil Suppliers Ltd has partnered with Capita Workforce Management for its workforce management software requirements. Based across two sites in Cardiff, Wales, their 360-degree operation collects unwanted soil from construction sites and reproduces it into a range of high-quality soils.  Neal Soil Suppliers Ltd replaced their existing system with Intelligent Workforce, Capita […]

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Nick Dale Appointed as Managing Director

We are pleased to announce the appointment of Nick Dale as Managing Director of Capita Workforce Management and Retain International within the Capita Software Division. Nick comes to Capita Software following an extremely successful 3 years as the Divisional Finance Director for Capita Technology Solutions where he has been a major force behind the transformation […]

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Larchmere House Nursing Home selects Capita WFM as new WFM provider

We are delighted to announce that Larchmere House Nursing Home has selected Capita Workforce Management for its new Workforce Management solution. Based in Frittenden, Kent, Larchmere House specialises in offering exceptional Residential, Nursing, Respite, Dementia and Day Care Services. With an operation that runs 24 hours a day, 365 days a year and consists of agency, […]

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National Apprenticeship Week – Q&A with James Basford

Name – James Basford Apprenticeship – Level 2 Diploma in IT User Skills (ITQ) Current Role – Junior Implementations Consultant Q. What made you apply for an apprenticeship? A.  I didn’t learn effectively by copying from a whiteboard at school, and I found that working in a hands-on environment worked for me to learn properly. […]

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National Apprenticeship Week – Q&A with Ryan Francis

Name – Ryan Francis Apprenticeship – Level 2 Diploma in IT User Skills (ITQ) Current Role – Junior Implementations Consultant Q. What made you apply for an apprenticeship? A.  I was looking to get into an IT career however, I didn’t have the qualifications to easily get a job within an IT field. So, I […]

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Capita awarded highest level of CMMI assessment for software services and development

Capita plc today announces that its Digital Development Centre (DDC) has been assessed at Maturity Level 5 on the Capability Maturity Model® Integration (CMMI) for capabilities in the services and development categories. CMMI is a capability improvement framework that provides organisations with the essential elements of effective processes that ultimately improves their performance. Maturity Level 5 […]

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Keeping Staff Engaged Whilst Working Remotely

Keeping Staff Engaged Whilst Working Remotely   Organisations have always questioned whether working from home is a good policy. However, almost overnight more than two thirds of the UK’s employees were working from home for the foreseeable future due to the pandemic lockdown, whilst nearly half (47%) having never worked from home before (Cass business […]

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Dynamically reallocating resources

Dynamically reallocating resources By Jude Williams, Head of New Business   Just like everyone else in the world today – those of us working in the world of Workforce Management are currently facing totally new, unprecedented challenges due to the COVID-19 pandemic. We’re still doing what we’ve always done, matching supply and demand of resources, […]

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Will Coronavirus establish the home office as a permanent institution?

Will Coronavirus establish the home office as a permanent institution? By Marc Mathews, Business Development Manager Social distancing rules and office closures have forced many employees to work from home. For many, this is a blessing: few will miss the overcrowded trains or roads and the time spent on them. Many will also save significant […]

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