The Future of Workforce Management
A recent Gartner report, “Prepare Yourself for the Future of Workforce Management” recommends that “application leaders responsible for transforming WFM as part of a broader HCM transformation should work with operations, finance, procurement and HR leaders to ensure that their organisation’s WFM requirements reflect an updated and holistic perspective that incorporates the needs of workers, managers, administrative staff and executives.”*
The Big Payback with Workforce Management
Workforce management delivers big paybacks. In a review of their ROI case studies published since 2016, Nucleus Research found that workforce management (WFM) solutions on average deliver $12.24 payback for every dollar spent and a payback period of under 5 months.
Four Hacks to Maximise HR’s Business Impact
How can HR become the strategic business partner that CEOs need today? HR is facing a constantly increasing pace of change and employee demands. Identifying key HR initiatives, gaining executive buy-in, and finding the resource bandwith to deliver projects, is a challenge for many HR teams.
Through ‘Four Hacks’ this webinar shows HR professionals what they should do to become the strategic powerhouse that drives outcomes and competitive advantage for their organisations.
OnSide Youth Zones realises time savings and boosts employee morale with UKG workforce management
OnSide Youth Zones has partnered with UKG to modernise their workforce management processes and streamline critical HR tasks. By implementing UKG Ready time and attendance and absence management solutions Onside has improved employee engagement, reduced payroll processing time and lessened manager administration burden – allowing more time to support their young people.
Interview with Aron Ain "Why business culture plays such a key role in business success"
Peter Harte, VP of Enterprise Sales EMEA, in an interview with UKG CEO and Chairman Aron Ain
Learn about the COMPLY pillar in the New Future of Work and explore what organisations must do to meet evolving safety and employment legislation without impacting cost and productivity.
Learn about the COMMUNICATE pillar in the New Future of Work the important role good communication plays in delivering an engaging employee experience to enable growth.
Organisation are embracing new ways of working in this New Future of Work. Many of the resilience measures implemented during the pandemic will persist as essential to protecting businesses, employees and customers. Learn about the key role of workforce management.
Achieving the levels of communication needed in The New Future of Work requires workforce automation tools that provide holistic visibility and control to connect individuals and teams.
Learn about the COMPLY pillar in the New Future of Work and explore what organisations must do to efficiently and effectively meet forever evolving safety and employment legislation - without adversely affecting costs and labour productivity.