Published By: Workday
Published Date: Feb 04, 2019
Read the whitepaper from Human Resource Executive® to learn how data-driven technology can help you:
• Save time by cutting down on paper-pushing tasks
• Renew focus on important HR strategies
• Use the same HR systems as Fortune 500 companies without breaking the bank
This Whitepaper shows the results of a survey conducted with over 500 SuccessFactors customers. See how they increased productivity and drove significant financial impact to their respective organizations.
HR organizations have the capabilities to play a central role in driving business execution. But many fail. Download your white paper now, compliments of SuccessFactors, and learn how to use talent management to drive business execution.
SuccessFactors' goal is no secret, nor is it humble: increase worldwide productivity by 50%. It's a bold target that's not easy to measure consistently. However, this paper presents one measure of SuccessFactors' success and explains the linkages between investing in execution and tangible customer results.
Technology plays an integral role in enabling businesses to have access to insightful analytics. By providing metrics on core workforce facts, workforce financials, productivity and performance, talent development and succession and human capital risk, companies are able to identify those 10- 15 metrics most important to business goals. This will enable them to present the Board of Directors with a comprehensive and concise story of workforce capabilities. The best place, we suggest, is with expert, practical guidance. Download this informative resource.
Today’s “connected” generation is comprised of tech-savvy workers whose strengths must be harnessed for competitive advantage. Read how to reach “Gen C” and develop talent management strategies to attract, engage and retain this workforce segment.
If you’re like everyone else in HR today, you’re probably thinking about how your organisation can handle data better. Maybe your executives want the power to make data-driven decisions from comprehensive workforce analytics. Perhaps you’d like to streamline the efficiency of your HR operation or put more actionable information in the hands of your line managers and employees. With the elixHR Platform, you can integrate your HR data and processes so your people can access information quickly and easily, and make better decisions. You can also lower your operational costs because you can increase efficiency and eliminate the need to replace HR systems that you already have in place.
Workforce analytics has become an essential business tool for leading companies that view workforce performance as the key to improving company results, according to a new global survey of business leaders by Harvard Business Review Analytics Services. Workforce analytics is a set of integrated capabilities (technologies, metrics, data, and processes) to measure and improve workforce performance. The goal is simple: put the right
people with the right skills in the right work, provide them with the necessary training and development opportunities, and engage and empower them to perform at their highest possible level.
E-learning is already known to be the most efficient and cost effective way to deliver training to a workforce. However, the best way to truly prepare employees for meeting organisational objectives is to focus the training on three major areas of skill development. Using a learning solution that is capable of delivering optimal training on each type of skill and checking for comprehension by examining the outcomes from other HR processes will drive performance within the company as employees develop their soft, functional and compliancebased skills.
The war for talent is back. But this time, the way to win it isn’t by solidifying your employment brand or ramping up your recruiting machine. In fact, there are probably plenty of people aware of and even applying to your jobs. So why is it still so hard to find the right talent?
What you see isn’t always what you get with HR, talent, and learning software. Did you know that, even with the rigour frequently put into selection, two-thirds of HR software projects fail to produce at least half of the expected benefits? Or how about that a recent research project from Clarkson University determined that there was no link between HR software and HR’s ability to be more strategic? Even though HR technology is often sold as “best practices in a box,” looks can be deceiving. To avoid being duped by pretty demos of software with no substance and find a partner that can meet the hidden complexities that exist in your unique processes, you need to ask the right questions.
Paul Hamerman is vice president,
principal analyst at Forrester,
where he focuses on human
resources management and
financial applications, as well as
trends and directions in the
overall market for enterprise applications. Hamerman
answers five key questions that we believe organisations
should consider when exploring workforce and financial
planning approaches in today’s business world.
Published By: LifeLock
Published Date: May 10, 2016
Affinity groups, human resources organizations, and customer-facing companies search regularly for new ways to engage their targets. But how does that human resources organization, affinity group, or customer-facing company settle on that perfect “something extra”? Download now and find out how an out of the box idea can help maintain customer loyalty and protect your brand.
This new guide, Winning Workplace Wellbeing: A Five-step Guide, provides a blueprint for workplace wellbeing success. Featuring actionable tips and expert advice from Dr. BJ Fogg, Dr. Ron Goetzel and other members of the Virgin Pulse Science Advisory Board, this guide will help you boost your wellbeing strategy.
Download the Guide to learn:
The five key steps to wellbeing success
Tips from recognized experts
Introduction to the Value on Investment (VOI) model
Deep-dive analytics tools have completely transformed the way many organizations do business—helping remove the guesswork from major areas of operations, and provide everybody with the clear, actionable answers they need to make informed business decisions.
The benefits of sophisticated analytics are being reaped across the business. But according to Deloitte, HR is lagging behind— with only 14 percent of companies using analytics in HR, compared to 77 percent using these tools in Operations1.
As we turn our attention to 2017, HR leaders have their destinies and those of the modern workforce firmly in their hands.
Businesses have never faced such extreme levels of uncertainty. On a macroeconomic level, they are still unclear on how and when the UK’s “Brexit” from Europe will proceed while trying to predict how a political outsider in the White House will affect global markets. Meanwhile, they are seeing their success threatened by disruptive upstarts and their operating models challenged by employees’ cry for new ways of working.
By adopting modern best practices for HR and Talent Management you will ensure your business takes full advantage of new and innovative cloud processes and technologies. This will help your HR resources operate much more efficiently and set your business up with the ability to rapidly adapt and grow when needed.
In the world of HR, many of us talk about employee engagement, and the intrinsic link between engagement and productivity is well understood. But how many of us truly understand the reasons why? And do we truly recognize just how important it is to the HR department and the business as a whole?
These are troubling times if you are looking for talent. As I talk with organizations, one theme continues to come up: “We can’t fill open jobs… and people that join us don’t stay for very long.” All you have to listen to is one of the many economic reports that are on the news every day to hear that the economy is strong and jobs are plentiful.
Whether they’re millennials born with technology in their DNA, or experienced workers who’ve become accustomed to highly connected digital experiences in all areas of their lives—digital employees are everywhere.
According to Gartner, today, every employee is a digital employee. The flexible, digital, data-driven experiences they all receive as consumers have given them extremely high expectations of every service they engage with—including internal ones such as HR.
Published By: Workday
Published Date: Jul 19, 2017
Today’s business climate demands that corporations have a flexible computing infrastructure. Because of the agility it provides, cloud computing is garnering interest in many organisations. As they look at such possible deployments, however, some CIOs become hamstrung by security concerns. They feel that the traditional method of securing information in premises-based systems is the best way. While that option worked for many years, the threat landscape today is more diverse and more potentially damaging than ever before.
"Read the whitepaper from Human Resource Executive® to learn how data-driven technology can help you:
Save time by cutting down on paper-pushing tasks
Renew focus on important HR strategies
Use the same HR systems as Fortune 500 companies without breaking the bank"
Today's Human Resources (HR), talent and learning executives face strategic challenges, organizational challenges, economic challenges, and a plethora of tactical issues each day. Read this whitepaper to learn how to get the right tools to drive decision making.