Here's a deeper look at Workday Credentials, a new blockchain-powered credentialing technology for enterprises, and WayTo by Workday, which provides people with a way to manage and share their digital credentials.
Credentialing is an HR process in dire need of an update. Today, Workday announced our vision to build the world’s most advanced network of verified credentials, powered by a new blockchain-based digital credentialing platform.
We’re excited to announce the opening of Workday’s South Africa office in Johannesburg this week. To kick things off, we talked with Marilyn Rose Chaplin, group executive for human resources at Dimension Data, about the company’s need for HR transformation and the journey to get there with Workday.
As the oldest media business in the world—founded by King Henry VIII in 1534—you might not associate Cambridge University Press with the idea of HR transformation. But with 2,723 colleagues across 50 offices in 40 countries, the organisation knew it was time to make a change. Cathy Armor, director for people at Cambridge University Press, shares how they moved from dated HR systems to a single, unified system with Workday.
Becky Woodmansee, HR director at Whitbread, the UK's largest operator of hotels and restaurants, talks about how Whitbread transformed HR and redefined its technology and culture to support 50,000 employees and a rapidly changing business model.
The University of Pennsylvania is moving ahead with an HR transformation plan that it will accomplish with the help of Workday Human Capital Management. Jack Heuer, vice president of human resources at Penn, reveals the progress they’ve made toward becoming an even more connected campus.
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.
Up to five generations now coexist in many workplaces, and it's important for each generation to understand the others' perspectives. Greg Pryor shares insights from members of the millennial generation and Generation Z, and what's important to them.
Roche Group is a pharmaceuticals and diagnostics company that operates in over 100 countries and employs more than 94,000 people worldwide. With a rapidly changing business environment demanding more flexibility across systems and processes, the company’s leaders decided to launch a strategically important transformation in HR. Read our interview with Margaret Greenleaf, head of group HR strategic initiatives at Roche.
Through a text and video experience, we share a story about Interstate Batteries, a Workday customer. CIO Onyeka Nchege discusses how Interstate Batteries moved away from manual processes, transformed HR, and found a strong partner in Workday.
For the third year running, Workday has been positioned as a leader in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for Cloud Human Capital Management Suites for Midmarket and Large Enterprises. We've achieved the highest overall position for our ability to execute, which we believe reflects our ongoing commitment to customer success, meaningful innovation, and quality 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.
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.
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.
As the world’s first convenience store, 7‑Eleven continues to find innovative ways to cater to a new generation of digitally-savvy shoppers. As technology evolves, the company has a vested interest in ensuring it stays two steps ahead of its customer’s needs.
With continued global expansion, Norconsult, a leading multidisciplinary consultancy firm for social planning, engineering design, and architecture, disrupted its approach to HR to better engage its people.