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Betterworks – PR Newswire Recap

Betterworks

Betterworks was founded in 2013 in Silicon Valley with the purpose of giving businesses the possibility of harnessing workforce data through advanced technology in order to help them be more efficient and therefore more profitable. In July of 2019, Betterworks released their research that showed how many people managers in companies feel that talent is not being well managed in most every area, and as a result, businesses are less profitable than they might be.

Betterworks comments that how employees are managed will set the course for success in organizations. Managers need to feel that talent management supports the development of the workforce team and also supports the managers themselves. In order for this to be the case, HR needs to give managers training and tools so they can be effective by setting up avenues of feedback and helping in the development of team members so that individual and team goals are clear. Research shows that coaching for management is sorely lacking in most companies. Many managers feel that their performance processes are outdated and less of a help than a hindrance.

Betterworks

Betterworks provides the tools needed for organizations to develop the workforce on a path to business growth. Software solutions that are easy to use help organizations replace the now outdated yearly review procedure through Betterworks Continuous Performance Management that shows managers how to communicate in positive ways with employees, to motivate and inspire them so that everyone is on the same path and prepared to work towards company goals.

Cassio Audi – Leadership and Financial Proficiency

Mr Cassio Audi has more than two decades working in the field of Finance. He has amassed an experience with startups, private equity funds, Private and public companies, global organisations. Over the years Mr Cassio Audi has contributed to many businesses and startup businesses. He has worked at many positions assuming the responsibilities of a leader and providing his skills to the business and its growth.

Mr Cassio Audi has an excellent set of competencies. He is versed at operating businesses that lead to streamlined growth and rapid increase in revenue. He has excellent leadership skills and is versed in negotiation and communication with clients. Other qualifications that Mr Cassio Audi possesses are Business Planning, Modelling and Analysis, Resource Management, IPO, Fundraising, M&A & Investor Relations, Accounting & Financial Management.

 

Mr Cassio Audi used to work at JP Morgan Chase as a Trader from 1992 to 1996. He was a Sr. Financial Analyst at Dow Chemicals for a bit more than a year. He held a position at Gillett as a Finance Director until 2008. Mr Cassio Audi has also worked for companies such as Brookfield Brasil Real Estate Partners Inc. as a Chief Financial Officer, Rossi Residential as a Chief financial officer and investor relations officer. He was promoted to the position of a CEO at Rossi Commercial Properties.

Securus Technologies Is Committed To Making A Difference In Correctional System

Securus Technologies provides 5 different areas of services to its clients. The first area is monitoring solutions. This area provides court appointed community reporting and electronic/GPS monitoring solutions. The second area is corrections solutions. This area provides ancillary, inmate self-service, information management and inmate communication solutions in both prisons and jails. The third area is investigative solutions. This area provides biometric analysis, location based services and data analytics solutions. The fourth area is public safety solutions. This are provides public information, incident management and emergency response solutions. And finally the fifth area is solutions for family and friends. This area provides services that allow and inmate’s loved ones to communicate with them, by video, email and inmate phone calls. 

Securus has such a strong ties to the communities that it serves that it started a Correctional Officer Memorial Fund. The fund was for the families of non-administrative correctional officers who had lost their life while serving at a facility that Securus is involved in. The family receives one year of salary for the individual lost as a token of gratitude for their sacrifice. This fund is wholly funded by Securus. 

The devices and solutions that Securus provides to its clients were discussed in a recent article by PR Newswire. The article talked about how thousands of devices that Securus had recently developed and sent out to inmate facilities would be used for everything from providing better access to law libraries and more efficiently filing grievance reports to allowing commissary ordering and providing inmates to job search tools as their release from prison nears. The article quoted the CEO of Securus, Rick Smith. Smith said that their goal in these new devices was to make prison more rehabilitative so that prisoners would be less likely to return. 

Rick Smith also explained a little bit about the new devices that they had sent out to their facilities. He referred to all of the devices as intelligent communications devices. This includes some sophisticated tablets for inmate use and video visitation kiosks where inmates can video chat with their loved ones. Download the Google app here for your Android devices. Contact customer service reps at Securus if you have issues connecting the service to the technology.

All of the devices have very high security levels to make it impossible for the device to be used for any purpose other that what it was specifically designed for. With 84 thousand devices sent out, Securus is expecting very exciting results ahead.