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.
We all start with an overarching aspiration, such as wanting to be a great place to work or retaining our diverse representation. A group of human resources and diversity leaders share their insights on how to achieve those results.
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.
We’re in the midst of a major shift in the world of HR, according to thought leader and Workday executive Greg Pryor. He discusses what this means, its effect on how we think about skills, and the technology fueling the shift.
Disruption isn’t isolated to unprecedented times. Workforce optimization—a strategy that combines the efficiency of automated workforce management with the flexibility of an agile, skills-based talent approach—is critical in driving business continuity and profitability.
In a conversation with Emily McEvilly, Workday’s chief customer officer, Sam Palmisano discusses the latest work coming out of his think tank, the importance of the data-focused enterprise, and his predictions for the future of technology and collaboration.
The pandemic has required many employees to juggle online meetings with their roles as caregivers. Are businesses providing the support caregivers need? A recent global report reveals how employee expectations have evolved.
To empower your business’s payroll teams to quickly adapt to change, outsourcing payroll services may not be the answer. We look at three myths that prevent payroll from adapting to change — and the realities around what’s needed for efficiency and agility.
So much has changed in retail since the pandemic began, but not everything. Chris Cameron, managing director at Deloitte Consulting, joined us to talk about the always-important role of retail frontline workers.
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.
To move the needle on diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts, companies must define it as part of their business strategy and hold leaders accountable, according to research shared by thought leader Josh Bersin.
When teams build upon each other's diverse ideas, the results can be powerful. Frans Johansson, author and CEO of The Medici Group, reflects on why it’s so vital for business leaders to embrace diversity and inclusion.
With a greater spotlight on social injustice over the last year, organizations are re-examining how they can build greater diversity and inclusion in the workplace. Michael Pilnick, executive vice president of global human resources at First Advantage, discusses how the company is evolving its culture to create inclusivity for all.
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.
At our recent digital event, Harrods and Fielmann AG talked about how having a single system with Workday helps them achieve greater business insights, stay connected with their employees, and streamline business processes.
The global senior director of people systems and operations at Delivery Hero discusses how the company has been able to improve its employee experience—even as the organization undergoes massive growth.
Trust in the workplace is built through actions, not words. Bob Saccullo, director of people operations at Blackbaud, shares how the company has been able to maintain two-way trust between leadership and employees during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Employee engagement remains a top priority for HR leaders throughout the pandemic, but managing that with a distributed workforce can be challenging. On this Workday Podcast episode, Deep Mahajan, senior director of people development and culture at technology company Nutanix, shares insight into how her organization is keeping up with employee engagement regardless of where they are.
After a year like no other, it turns out that as a company, we were focused on many of the right things all along: employee experience, belonging and diversity, and agility. Read more from Workday Chief People Officer Ashley Goldsmith.
Many professional services firms are looking for top talent with new skill sets to meet their clients’ changing needs and help them prepare for future disruption. Jeanne Urich, managing director at Service Performance Insight, reflects on 2020 and shares where firms currently rank in the talent maturity model benchmark.
All of the crises our world has endured in the past year have caused disproportionate hardship for our Black and Brown communities. Workday Chief Diversity Officer Carin Taylor shares her thoughts on achieving lasting change and more inclusive workplaces.
Employee resource groups are affinity groups aimed at creating a sense of community in the workplace, but they can be utilized for so much more—especially as strategic partners in advancing corporate social responsibility and deepening cultural competency.
The COVID-19 pandemic has damaged local economies and led to high unemployment. We believe there is an innovative solution to help address these challenges: the creation of skills-based talent marketplaces.
What does the future workplace look like at VMware? Amy Gannaway, vice president of global compensation, benefits, and HRIS, discusses how the company is supporting its employees’ productivity while prioritizing their overall well-being.
If we’ve learned anything from 2020, it’s that agility must be at the center of business planning. Leaders from Microsoft and G6 Hospitality talk about how they’re embracing continuous planning in times of disruption.
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.
According to Greg Pryor, executive director at Workday, we are experiencing a once-in-a-generation, if not a once-in-a-lifetime, shift in the way HR leaders think about human capital management. In this Q&A, Pryor explains why the focus is now on people and performance enablement.
We’re excited to be a Diamond Sponsor at HR Tech 2020, which is shaping up to be an incredible interactive experience. Learn how we’re participating, and about a special award we’re honored to receive.
Grocery stores couldn’t close their doors to change to the new way of operating in a pandemic. But they’ve adapted quickly and tapped into the positive force of innovation to keep feeding households everywhere.
People around the world recently celebrated International Coming Out Day on Oct. 11. Workday employees and customers discuss the significance of this annual event, and what companies can do to be better allies for the LGBTQ+ community.
Skills are the fundamental currency of the changing world of work, and we believe our skills cloud is a true differentiator for talent optimization. Workday CTO Jim Stratton provides a closer look at how we’ve engineered skills cloud to provide the greatest possible value to our customers.
Human resources departments must take these two actions to thrive in a world where disruption is the norm, not just for their own teams but across their companies, according to Deloitte’s “2020 Global Human Capital Trends” report.
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.
At the 31st annual conference hosted by Professional BusinessWomen of California, attendees came together to connect on how to have a greater impact in their job roles, organizations, and communities. Read the highlights and takeaways from key sessions.
Human resources workflows are the lifeblood of organizations. Kerry Smith, director of people and organizational development at the British Heart Foundation—and recipient of HR Magazine’s Most Influential Practitioners award—shares how her organization improved the health of its culture.
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.
Due to the massive amount of disruption in the retail industry this year it’s somewhat futile to try and predict how the holiday season will turn out, so let’s talk about how it’s unfolding so far and how retailers are preparing for the busiest weeks.
Our Chief Diversity Officer, Carin Taylor, shares more details on our plans to increase hiring and development of diverse talent at Workday, further cultivate a culture of belonging, build inclusive products and technologies, and strengthen our communities.
The payroll function is becoming a more strategic partner in order to support business strategy, data compliance, employee engagement, and more. Colin Brennan from Alight Solutions discusses this shift and what it means for organizations and their employees.
The Atlanta Braves are focused on more than just winning. They’re also determined to elevate diversity and inclusion among the team’s fans, staff, and community. Hear from the woman driving these initiatives, DeRetta Rhodes, senior vice president of human resources for the Atlanta Braves.
As colleges and universities begin a new school year, IT leaders are focused on expanding business continuity plans to support remote work and more distance learning offerings. Kerrie Campbell, CIO at Flinders University, shares why agility is key for assisting staff and students.
The world’s most successful companies are led by those who’ve gained the trust of their workforces. Leadership experts Frances Frei and Anne Morriss discuss how to develop trustworthiness, and the steps businesses can take to develop more diverse leadership teams.