Given the critical nature of the work in healthcare, employee engagement should be a business imperative for healthcare leaders. Organizations must foster a culture that encourages meaningful work and increases the discretionary effort of its workforce. Read more from guest blogger Craig Deao.
Consumerism in healthcare is a fast-growing trend, and adaptation begins within your organization. Healthcare organizations need to equip themselves with the right people and technology that can support their initiatives.
Through a text and video experience, we share with you a story about Patagonia, a Workday Customer. Dean Carter, head of shared services, discusses the company's unique culture, and steps it takes to ensure employees don't have to choose between their families and careers.
2018 has been a tough year for many European retailers, yet some economic indicators suggest a more positive outlook on the horizon. Gonzalo Benedit discusses how retailers can deliver a consistent customer experience across all touch points, starting with their internal customers—the employees.
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.
With the release of SPI’s 2017 benchmark report, it’s clear the professional services industry continues to face challenges. Read on to learn three ways leading professional services firms are moving their organizations forward.
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.
Healthcare organizations often declare their decision to deliver better care or improve value, but when it comes to executing, they have difficulty taking the leap. To enable organizational change, healthcare leaders must help their employees find meaning in their work, provide them with usable and effective tools, and standardize best practices. Read more from our guest blogger Craig Deao.
When it comes to effective employee performance management, a majority of medium enterprise companies worry they're falling behind their peers, according to Forrester's global “Employee Performance Management Needs a Promotion" study. Learn how medium enterprises are improving their performance management processes, and the positive results reported by those who have updated them within the past two years.
Welcome to the In Good Company video series! Our first episode features Workday's Ashley Goldsmith and Leighanne Levensaler discussing the importance of strong employee engagement, any why it's critical for today's businesses.
Forrester's “Employee Performance Management Needs a Promotion” study, which surveyed more than 600 employee-performance decision-makers in 14 countries, found that companies that embrace continuous performance management drive greater business value. Learn about the three key areas that organizations should consider to improve employee performance management.