Workday Blogs - Human Capital Management and Payroll

Leighanne Levensaler

On Friday I posted on the Workday Blog about a meeting at the White House about opening up data to address U.S. Veterans’ unemployment. Related to that, a new federal law goes into effect today that requires federal contractors and subcontractors to adopt benchmarks for hiring and employing veterans.  Read Entire Blog >>

Leighanne Levensaler

Last month I joined leaders from both the public and private sectors in a discussion at the White House. We met in a room as stately and mahogany-adorned as you might envision, with the talk focused on a common goal: using open data to connect job seekers with employers. Closing the gap between skills employers need and locating people with those skills is key to building a more efficient labor market. It’s especially important to one swath of the workforce that we in the U.S. owe our gratitude, which is returning military veterans.  Read Entire Blog >>

Leighanne Levensaler

Workday 21, announced today, offers more than 240 new features for human resources and finance. As with all of our updates, customers contributed to these innovations, with about 65 features coming from their suggestions.  Read Entire Blog >>

Amy Wilson

As we approach a new year, thoughts turn to how businesses can grow and develop their talent pools in 2014 and beyond. Global workforce planning was top-of-mind at the HR Tech Europe Conference, and also a discussion among customers at our recent Workday EMEA HR Executive Advisory Board meeting.  Read Entire Blog >>

Leigh Dunn

To consistently engage, entertain, and inspire guests, we talk a lot at MGM Resorts about the need to have one culture. An HR transformation strategy that includes the companywide rollout of a new shared services organization will nurture that one culture. Workday, which will go live at MGM Resorts on Dec. 30, is critical to that transformation strategy.  Read Entire Blog >>