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Case study: PUMA’s Global HR Transformation

For a company that works in a highly competitive environment ensuring they have the right people and technology in place to support their growth is vital. Learn what kind of an impact Workday has made on PUMA and how the organization trusts Workday as its enterprise cloud system, supporting breakthrough results in Human Capital Management, Payroll, Recruiting, Time Tracking, and Learning. ...more

Infographic: Hotel Giant Gets Global HR Makeover

What if your company ran on 10 outdated HR systems loaded with time-consuming manual tasks and fragmented processes? When InterContinental Hotels Group faced these challenges, it used Workday to transform its HR and tackle them head-on. View the infographic to find out how. ...more

An inside look at a Workday deployment for HR

As an integration service provider, Deloitte & Touche (Ireland) is able to offer a unique perspective on its own cloud HCM deployment. Read the case study to learn why it chose Workday, how the deployment went, and what it has achieved since go-live. ...more

The Gold Guide Welcome to the Human Revolution

A human revolution is happening in the workforce. It is a revolution that makes the powerful voice of your employees heard. It is a revolution that requires you to make sure that your entire workforce is motivated, skilled, and equipped to make their biggest impact. The old ways of working don’t allow companies to compete in today’s world. The heart of this human revolution beats to the speed of today’s business. And that speed is radically changing the workforce. ...more

Millennials are dissatisfied with the world of work

A current study by Peakon examines for the first time all five generations currently active in the world of work. The aim was to show differences in mentality between the different age groups in order to facilitate better cooperation. It turns out that millenials struggle strongly with the meaningfulness of their work. Nor do they identify with corporate goals. Employers should therefore take the first steps towards the younger generation.  ...more on onlinemarketing.de

New study: Germany's employees are dissatisfied 

A new study by a Danish start-up has revealed dissatisfaction among Germans. Compared to Scandinavian countries, Great Britain and the USA, they would recommend their employer less frequently. This result was measured using a new method. ...more

What really occupies HR professionals: The biggest HR topics for 2019

What do HR managers and HR managers focus most on in 2019? Which topics are particularly urgent? In cooperation with the DSP selfcampaign, we analyse the most widely read HR articles 2018 and come to the following conclusion: There are numerous issues in human resources. The individual top topics are closely entwined. Nevertheless, they give an indication of the most pressing areas in human resources:    10. Probation Regulate the probationary period fairly, comply with legal regulations, conduct probationary period discussions: HR man ...more

The Emerging Power of the Employees

Concerning the employer side, the opinion of one's employees is increasingly gaining popularity and value. How essential are the applicants to the negative employee ratings on your employer review portal and to what extent do they affect your organisation's reputation and employee development? The Rundstedt’s career and outplacement consulting recently identified this in its representative Talents and Trends survey. According to the Von Rundstedt study, more and more young talents or job seekers base their decision for an employer on the com ...more

How to Boost Productivity and Improve Retention with No-Cost Employee Incentives

Money isn’t the only way to motivate employees. More staffers want recognition and incentives. Keeping your workforce motivated and loyal is essential to running a thriving business. If your employees feel undervalued and overworked, they are going to slow down their efficiency.  ...more

Benefits of an Excellent Organizational Culture

An organization's culture is the only unique identifier despite your USP. It may look similar to others, but it is uniquely distinct to your company. If your business has a strong organizational culture, it clearly differentiates your company from its competitors in the mind of the firm’s stakeholders. It includes shared values and believes that are established by the company’s management, and then communicated and reinforced through various techniques that ultimately shapes your employee behaviours, perceptions and understanding.  ...more
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