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3 ways the workforce might look different in the year 2022

Future of workFor most professionals on the daily grind of human capital management, the job is one largely focused on the here and now. There are usually a lot of employees under their watch who need to see their paychecks and benefits processed immediately, and this routine is continuous with no vacations. There is rarely an opportunity look ahead and speculate about what the future holds.

Then again, it can be interesting to think about what comes next. The world is rapidly evolving – technologically, socially, economically and more – and it’s fascinating to speculate about how the workforce might function differently five or maybe 10 years from now.
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In any workplace, sleep deficiency is a productivity killer

sleep healthby Estelle Morrison, Ceridian LifeWorks Vice President of Clinical and Wellness Services

Typically, when talent leaders think about the different aspects of health affecting their employees,  they often consider the more commonly targeted lifestyle concerns – diet and exercise. They often assume that if their employees are eating well and staying active physically, the positive effects on their physical health will trickle down to their engagement and productivity and work.

All of the above is true. But there’s a third angle they may not be considering – sleep. Getting a good night’s sleep is a fundamental part of being a healthy human being, and it’s one that has a major impact in any workplace, large or small.
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4 ways to create a long-lasting culture of motivated employees

engagementEvery HR professional dreams of fostering a work environment where high levels of employee engagement and productivity are the norm. Unfortunately, though, they often find that making this happen is easier said than done. How do you take an entire workforce – especially a large one – and empower everyone at once?

HR experts are trying a lot of strategies, and they aren’t necessarily working. Offering a reward for the “employee of the month,” for instance, sounds promising. Except here’s the problem – only one person can win it! You’re still left with the majority of the staff spinning their wheels in the mud. What about holding a pizza party? That’s a great idea for one lunch hour, but then it’s forgotten the next day when the pies are digested and there’s still work to do.
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Infographic: The effect of good sleep habits on employee health and wellness

by Estelle  Morrison, Ceridian LifeWorks Vice President of Clinical and Wellness ServicesSleep survey
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#HRTechConf: Ceridian Customer, Creative Solutions in Healthcare, Joins the Conversation

demoLast week, at HR Technology® Conference & Expo, presenters and attendees alike shared their successes and challenges in human capital management technology. We thank Shawn Wiora, chief information officer at Creative Solutions in Healthcare, for presenting on the benefits that Dayforce HCM has brought to his company. Wiora and his team have used our technology to calm the chaos of their HR environment. During his 45-minute session, titled “Dayforce HCM Demo and Customer Case Study: Transform HR Chaos into Calm with a Single Cloud Application,” Wiora showed how—by walking HR Tech Conference attendees through a demo of Ceridian’s solution.
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Ceridian CHRO Sara Hill and Peers Share Insights on HR Leadership #HRTechConf

Sara HillThe job of leading human capital management is critical wherever you go, and in the HCM industry, chief human resource officers’ challenges and rewards are amplified. Theirs is a job with a high profile. They set the pace and the standard for CHROs everywhere. Last week, at HR Technology® Conference & Expo, Ceridian CHRO Sara Hill joined a panel, all women CHROs at technology companies, to discuss their role and the potential for female leaders in their industry.

From Support Staff to Business Partner

From the panel, a theme emerged: HR can be a leader within the organization. Key to this goal is for HR to see itself as a business partner, not just a department of support staff. It’s a mindset that must originate with the CHRO. From there, this shift in perspective can eventually permeate the organization. “See yourself as a business person, not a support person,” Hill said.
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