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.
Media and entertainment companies work hard to paint a complete picture of consumers, build loyalty, and satisfy their ever-changing desires. It’s all part of an effective digital monetization strategy.
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.
How has the COVID-19 pandemic impacted the skills businesses will need to thrive in the future? This article looks at how organisations across Europe must embrace the skills imperative and provide continuous development of their workforce to be successful in the post-pandemic world.
To attract top talent, you need recruitment talent. How do you find and retain the best recruiters? Dualta Doherty, advisor, community builder, podcaster, and managing director at Dualta Doherty & Partners, shares his views in the Be More Podcast.
For U.S. federal agencies looking to attract and retain talent and modernize human resources operations, moving to the cloud is the logical choice. Learn more about how to empower employees, make HR a more strategic partner, and bring predictability to budget cycles.
What may seem like a tipping point in the labor market has, in reality, always been a constant: change. Navigating this change in the moment requires a strong partnership between operational and HR leaders.
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.
On this episode of Be More we're joined by Katrina Collier, facilitator, mentor, author, speaker, and podcast host. She discusses her experiences with talent acquisition in the age of the internet, and how we can all be kinder during the recruitment process.
Andrew Dubowec, chief growth officer at League, and Cristina Goldt, general manager, talent optimization at Workday, discuss how the pandemic dramatically upleveled the importance of the employee experience and how employees use their benefits—all the way up to the C-suite.
Now more than ever, we understand how critical mental health is to our overall wellbeing. Two Workday leaders—Carin Taylor, chief diversity officer, and Ben Carter, vice president of total rewards—discuss the importance of destigmatizing conversations about mental health, what organizations can do to support their employees’ wellbeing, and the theme of this year’s World Mental Health Day, Mental Health in an Unequal World.
Seven out of 10 human resources (HR) leaders say the function is ready for reinvention, but shifting the way we work isn’t easy. In a conversation with Greg Pryor, executive director at Workday, Amy Wright, managing partner of IBM’s talent and transformation practice, shares illuminating survey results about the pandemic, HR 3.0, and the critical imperatives for HR.
Tom Stewart, chief knowledge officer at AchieveNEXT, discusses key insights from the global “2021 CFO-CHRO Sentiment Study,” including what’s top of mind for finance and people leaders in the coming year.
We’ve designed our skills-based people strategy to target three primary personas—individual contributors, people leaders, and organization leaders—who we feel best represent the makeup of our workforce. Here’s how our vision will play out.
From a people perspective, skills initiatives create value for employees and the business. From the data side, most any business problem can be solved with skills data. Guest author and HR thought leader Ben Eubanks shares his insights.
What does it mean for a beauty company to scale new systems worldwide, and how can an organization strategically plan for the challenges that arise once the deployment dust has settled? Tina Hutchinson, director of Workday operational excellence at Avon, shares her experience.
We commissioned Harvard Business Review Analytic Services to test the idea that a faster speed of digital transformation has become the new normal. Our global study found that not all digitization efforts are created equal.
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.
But how do effective mentor relationships work, and what should you consider when choosing a mentor? Steve Cadigan, talent hacker and advisor at Cadigan Talent, shares is insights on these questions and more.
Changemakers from across industries gathered once again at the annual Professional BusinessWomen of California conference. Focused on igniting change, speakers discussed the power of resilience, supporting others, and embracing agility with grace.
The COVID-19 pandemic has created a world of work where remote and hybrid options are quickly becoming the default. Using our employee voice platform, we've ascertained the key problem areas for communication during such a change—and how to mitigate them.
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.
Wagner Denuzzo, vice president and head of Capabilities for Future of Work at Prudential Financial, discusses personal and professional mentorship, the importance of these relationships, and how mentorship has changed over the years.
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.
We’re proud to share that we’re expanding our collaboration with Microsoft through a new Microsoft Viva Connections integration that will be available later this year. In this article, Josh Lannin, vice president of employee experience technology at Workday, shares insights on what customers can expect from this beneficial integration.
Scott Dust, associate professor of management at Miami University, explores the difference between introverts and extroverts, how this topic is not as linear as one may think, and what organizations should consider as we plan to return to the workplace.
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.
Anoop Chaudhuri, vice president of human resources for Ford Motor Company in Australia and New Zealand, shares his thoughts on the importance of employee wellbeing, alongside insights from Ford’s wellbeing strategy.
Karen Guggenheim, founder of The World Happiness Summit, shares her thoughts on why it’s important to become more aware of your individual happiness, and how businesses can help employees reach that awareness.
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.