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Global Food Distributor to Increase Operational Efficiency, Improve Scheduling Accuracy for 68,000 Employees in France with UKG
Auchan, one of the world's largest food retailers and a UKG customer since 2015, is expanding its UKG footprint with UKG Dimensions to enhance operational efficiency and improve schedule accuracy for its 68,000 employees in France.
UKG Acquires Great Place to Work
UKG Inc., a leading global provider of human capital management (HCM) solutions, has acquired Great Place to Work Institute, Inc., the world’s most trusted authority on workplace culture with a mission to help organisations become great workplaces For All™.
A silenced workforce: Four in five employees feel colleagues aren’t heard equally, says research from The Workforce Institute at UKG
As organisations increasingly struggle to retain their current workforce as well as hire fast enough to keep up with consumer demand, Global research1 from The Workforce Institute at UKG exposes a troublesome gap between employee voice and employer action that — if left unresolved — can disengage workers, fuel turnover, and hinder business performance.
UKG Welcomes #1 Ranked Women’s Tennis Player, Ashleigh Barty, to Family of Athletes
UKG has strengthened its roster of UKG athlete ambassadors with the addition of Ashleigh (Ash) Barty – the #1 ranked women’s tennis player in the world.
UKG Named to U.K.’s Best Workplaces 2021 List
UKG (Ultimate Kronos Group), a leading global provider of HCM, payroll, HR service delivery, and workforce management solutions, announced today that it’s been named to the U.K’s Best Workplaces 2021 list by Great Place to Work.
UKG welcomes Brian Reaves as Chief Belonging, Diversity, and Equity Officer
Reaves will lead the company’s global belonging, diversity, and equity efforts, expanding existing initiatives at UKG while working to strengthen a culture built on trust, fairness, and equality so all people can thrive in their careers.
The digital transformation dilemma: U.K. employees want pandemic-era tech to stay, says research
As the U.K. prepares to return to normal in the coming months and industries reopen, research from The Workforce Institute at UKG reveals that as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, 87% of U.K. workers have been propelled into the future of work by accelerating their digital transformation projects.
16.1 million U.S. employees may be sidelined by Monday’s Super Bowl hangover
An estimated 16.1 million1 U.S. employees may miss work the Monday after Super Bowl LV, according to the annual Super Bowl absenteeism survey commissioned by The Workforce Institute at UKG and conducted online by The Harris Poll among more than 1,000 employed U.S. adults. However, more than two-thirds of U.S. employees (69%) say they would feel guilty pretending to be sick to get out of work on the day after the Super Bowl this year when so many people are actually sick.
Our year of opportunity: 2021 annual workplace predictions from The Workforce Institute at UKG
The Workforce Institute at UKG today released its annual predictions of the top trends that will impact the global workforce in 2021. “2020’s legacy will be one of immense disruption, but following disruption always comes the opportunity to refocus and reinvent,” said Dr. Chris Mullen, Ph.D., SPHR, SHRM-SCP, executive director, The Workforce Institute at UKG. “While the COVID-19 pandemic was unimaginable just a year ago, our 2020 predictions—anchored by themes of wellness, advocacy, and empowerment—now seem serendipitous.
Trust is the foundational imperative of 2021: Global research by The Workforce Institute at UKG explores why trust is hard to find at work
As the world prepares to close the book on the unprecedented events of 2020 and looks ahead to 2021 with renewed hope and optimism, global research from The Workforce Institute at UKG explores the importance of elevating trust to a foundational imperative to create high-performing workplace cultures that better serve customers and their communities.