Work is more remote, decentralised, and digitised than ever before and employers are under great pressure to attract and retain top talent. Penelope Prett, CIO of Accenture, shared her insights on how technology can help create a vibrant new type of employee experience and keep workers energised.
Leena Nair, chief human resources officer at multinational company Unilever, spoke with Ashley Goldsmith, chief people officer at Workday, about the opportunities ahead to pioneer the needs of a changing workforce.
We spoke to David Somers, Workday’s group general manager of product for the office of the CHRO, and Phil Chambers, general manager for Peakon, to hear about Peakon’s new name, our vision for it, and why listening to your employees has become so critical.
With human resources playing a critical role in nearly every strategic business decision this past year, we’re honored to once again be recognized as a leader in the human capital management (HCM) market for our completeness of vision and ability to execute.
Companies must think beyond a “lift and shift” of their current ERP system to the cloud. Instead, they must uplift and re-shift their systems and processes to align with achieving business goals in the digital age. That’s why Workday, as an enterprise management cloud solution, is different.
Our report on organizational agility and digital acceleration showed how leading organizations can better position themselves for success—even in the face of extraordinary pandemic-related challenges. With skills and culture cited as key challenges to achieving digital revenue goals, CHROs play a critical role.
Skills are the currency of the modern organization, and companies have the opportunity to add value and objectivity to every practice that involves skills data. Guest author and HR thought leader Ben Eubanks shares his insights.
By taking a skills-first approach to job roles, organizations can unlock much more agility, ingenuity, and performance in their workforces and create more inclusive job and career advancement opportunities.
Business leaders have become increasingly focused on belonging and diversity across their companies in the past 18 months. In this conversation with Nicole Knott, managing director, Accenture, and an HR expert based in the UK, she discusses the importance of keeping the momentum going.
A new report finds that while employees appreciate the job security many employers have been able to provide during the pandemic, they’re now concentrating on their future career opportunities. Organizations are recognizing that employee growth and development will remain crucial in 2021 and beyond.
Findings from our Employee Expectations Report 2021 show that the proportion of employee comments on the topic of DE&I has increased substantially. This signals that employees increasingly expect their employers to take a clear stance on DE&I, communicate new initiatives, and listen to every voice at every level.
The COVID-19 pandemic has left many employees on the verge of burnout as the lines between their work and personal lives have blurred even more. Our research shows that organizations’ response to employee burnout varies across the world.
A survey of 17,000 workers in nine European markets reveals interesting insights about how the COVID-19 pandemic impacted their careers. Learn what they said, and how organisations can take steps to improve the employee experience.
Every person should feel valued for the work they do and the unique perspectives they bring. With the VIBE Index, we want to help equip organizations with the tools they need to build stronger, more inclusive workforces.
The pandemic has created momentum for the remote workforce and there’s no going back, with one study predicting the total percentage of work from home employees will double in 2021. With this big change, one thing is for certain: Decades-old workforce planning processes will no longer work.
In this blog, we give an overview of what is talent management, why it’s a key aspect of human resources, and how talent management systems help companies develop an engaged, skilled, and productive workforce.
South Korea is one of few countries that’s been able to flatten the curve of COVID-19 infections. Mira Lee, chief human resources officer at GE Korea, shares how the organization navigated uncertainty and safely returned their employees to the office.
By prioritizing the wellbeing of its customers and employees, Prudential plc helps people get the most out of life. Jolene Chen, group head of HR, shares how the company is able to deliver on its value and purpose through a time of change and disruption.
In many ways, medium-sized companies are more vulnerable to the disruption caused by the pandemic than large corporations. However, they can chart a path to recovery by infusing agility into their talent management and technology.
The pandemic has accelerated long-standing business trends and forced leaders to take a hard look at priorities. Here’s how the partnerships between finance and HR are playing out amid the coronavirus crisis.
Lesley Ballantyne, director of people operations for the John Lewis Partnership, connected with Peter Gamble, Workday regional vice president and country leader for the UK and Ireland, at this year’s Workday Elevate Digital Experience, to discuss how one of the UK’s best-loved retail groups has been facing digital disruption head on.
Andre Heinz, global head of human resources at Siemens Healthineers, talks about the changing face of the healthcare industry, the role of technology and people in transforming it, and the importance of a strong culture.
Agility and speed is central to the German apparel company PUMA. Like other multinational organisations, PUMA faces the pressures of managing a global workforce while maintaining brand values and culture. Here's what happened when PUMA embarked on a transformation programme to change the way it manages its people.