How prepared is your business for May 25, 2018—the date the General Data Protection Regulation becomes enforceable? At Workday Rising Europe, Jeremy Baker, affiliate professor at ESCP Europe business school, outlined how organizations can prepare for these new rules and avoid penalties for non-compliance.
In an interview with GovLoop, Sherry Amos from Workday discusses the state of technology in government entities, including how organizations have benefited from their gradual adoption of cloud technologies.
While financial services firms have innovated their front office with new technologies to meet rising customer expectations, they may have overlooked the needs of their internal customers—their employees. With the right strategy and systems to make sense of information, organizations and their employees can turn valuable finance and HR data from a collection of facts into actionable insights.
Attracting and retaining the best talent can be particularly challenging in the professional services industry, where firms are looking for people with unique skills and even security clearances. In this interview, Sarah St. Clair, vice president of people services at Booz Allen Hamilton, discusses the firm’s people-focused culture and how Workday helps support it.
Focus, precision, and perseverance are essential in golf, and those who create golf equipment must apply the same principles to their innovations. Laura Garrett, SVP of global HR at TaylorMade, shares how the company takes an innovative approach to everything it creates—from great products to employee experiences.
Improving workplace diversity is top of mind for HR professionals today. Yet to understand if organizations are truly making a difference, we need to look at the data. Carin Taylor, chief diversity officer at Workday, discusses how the conversation around diversity data is shifting and the insights she's gleaned with Workday’s diversity dashboard about our own workforce.
HR has moved far beyond the traditional performance management practices introduced decades ago. Greg Pryor discusses a new performance approach we recently piloted at Workday using our Workday Human Capital Management application.
The iPod and eventually the iPhone made the Walkman obsolete, and consumers have shifted from personal productivity software to the Internet. Yet these innovations didn’t drive change—they resulted from a convergence of changes including new customer demands. Now we’re seeing a similar pattern in the world of enterprise software.
At Workday Rising, Stan Swete, executive director of technology at Workday, led a panel of executives from Accuride, AstraZeneca, and Denny's. The three talked about why their companies chose Workday, and how they know they made the right choice.
Data-driven HR is as much a journey as a destination. “You will always find something there that you didn't know," says Josh Bersin, principal, Bersin by Deloitte. Find out more in the final installment of our four-part Josh Bersin video series.
Corporate culture means a lot more than ping pong in the break room and fresh doughnuts. Ashley Goldsmith, CHRO at Workday, identifies three common cultural scenarios and strategies for what to do about them.
In the third post in her blog series on digital disruption, Leighanne Levensaler explains why companies struggle with their digital transformation efforts, and how the right technology approach can turn those efforts into successes.
Most large enterprises are looking to evolve their performance management approach, and believe more continuous and data-driven performance processes will better support employee development. Read these results and more in the final installment of our blog series on Forrester's "Employee Performance Management Needs a Promotion" study.
Today’s pay-for-performance model is based on the belief that people who perform should get paid more, but research shows that the relationship between pay and performance isn't so simple. Learn why it's important to consider both extrinsic and intrinsic motivation when setting employee compensation to ensure an engaged and productive workforce.
CustomInk has 1,600 employees worldwide and offers its products both online and through newly emerging U.S. store locations. Kaylan McDuff, assistant controller of subsidiaries at CustomInk, discusses how Workday has helped streamline business processes and create greater efficiencies for finance, while also supporting their growth.
Centrica, an international energy and services company based in the UK, has more than 40,000 employees and over 23,000 contingent workers. Rob Cook, vice president of HR Tech, shares the company’s need for HR transformation and the journey to get there with Workday.
A high-quality hire is someone who will thrive three roles from now, adding value to the company in the long-term. Today’s recruiting practices are not always conducive to identifying these candidates. By shifting our mindset, we can hire for current requisitions, future needs, and ultimately alter the course of the entire talent lifecycle.
Workday's Cristina Goldt shares insights from last week's HR Tech World conference in San Francisco. Three themes emerged from the event, all of which are top-of-mind in the HR profession: employee engagement, diversity, and purpose.