As job roles and processes continue to change, organizations must focus on tools and technologies that create positive employee experiences—more streamlined, efficient, and similar to consumer technology experiences.
The No. 1 reason people quit their jobs is the inability to learn and grow, according to the "2019 Deloitte Global Human Capital Trends" report. Here's what HR leaders and their businesses are doing about it.
In the webinar, “Best in Class KPIs: Benchmarking Your Professional Services Business,” Jeanne Urich, managing director of SPI, shares compelling data from her company’s 2019 Professional Services Maturity Benchmark.
By 2025, half of enterprises worldwide will have invested in a cloud-deployed HCM suite for administrative HR and talent management, according to Gartner, and 20 percent will have created an HR innovation practice. Here's a look at what's driving those changes.
At a recent CNBC Productivity@Work event, CEOs from Panera Bread and AMD discussed their transition from being IT leaders to CEOs, how to convey the value of complex technology in straightforward business terms, and how to be a leader who drives real progress.
Why do people leave coveted tech jobs? Research shows that problems with culture and workplace equality play a large part. Learn what diversity leaders said at Workday Rising about how to grow and nurture a great company culture.
Company culture is critical to an organization’s financial success, and Michael C. Bush, CEO at Great Place to Work, has the numbers to prove it. Check out this highlights video of his presentation at Workday Rising, which includes a panel discussion on culture with leaders from CarMax, Quicken Loans, and Workday.