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4 Performance Trends All Organizations Must Consider for 2017

By Lisa Sterling, Chief People Officer, Ceridian

It’s the start of a new year, which means, like most organizations, performance management and development programs are being put into place or being reviewed and adjusted. It is an ongoing cycle of planning, evaluating, and reviewing to cultivate an engaged and aligned workforce. 

Keeping this in mind, here are 4 major trends that will be influencing your performance experiences this year: Read more

1 in 5 Workers Plan to Change Jobs This Year. What Can You Do?

By Kelly Allder, VP of People Programs, Ceridian

No HR leader wants to believe that there will come a time when some of their top employees up and leave. Unfortunately, 2017 may be the year that happens.

CareerBuilder recently conducted a survey that showed at least one in five workers plans to change jobs this year, marking a slight increase from last year. This trend is most significant among the younger workforce, with 35 percent of millennials indicating an employment switch is in the cards for them this year. Furthermore, according to the source, 35 percent of employees look for new job opportunities on a regular basis. Read more

Investing in Women in the Workforce – Why You Should, How You Can

From retention to compliance, there were a number of trending topics on the Ceridian HCM Blog this year. For the rest of December, we will be revisiting 10 of our most popular blog posts of 2016. Enjoy!

By Kristina Cleary, Chief Marketing Officer, Ceridian

At Ceridian, we pursue diversity and equity for our people as an achievable ideal for our workplace; one that engages, encourages, and celebrates all of us. This means investing in our people. It means supporting the advancement of women in our workforce. Read more

5 Challenges HR and Payroll Professionals Have When Integrating Separate Systems

From retention to compliance, there were a number of trending topics on the Ceridian HCM Blog this year. For the rest of December, we will be revisiting 10 of our most popular blog posts of 2016. Enjoy!

By Casey Lewis, Product Marketing Manager, Ceridian

Although HCM systems have advanced significantly in recent times, there are issues that users of most systems still face today. This is largely due to the fact that most ‘solutions’ are separate applications linked together by fragile interfaces, making it harder to access and trust the extensive data across functional areas. Additionally, many organizations spend costly time identifying missing or duplicate data, or commit HR violations when they pay an employee incorrectly or forget to pay them at all. Read more

A Gamer’s Guide to Retaining Millennials

From retention to compliance, there were a number of trending topics on the Ceridian HCM Blog this year. For the rest of December, we will be revisiting 10 of our most popular blog posts of 2016. Enjoy!

By Andrew Shopsowitz, Manager of Product Management, Ceridian

One of the biggest challenges that employers consistently talk about when it comes to managing millennials is low retention; all too often I’ve heard this voiced as, “millennials just have no loyalty to anything or anyone.”  So how is it that video game producers have kept so many of us playing the same game franchises for years (sometimes lifetimes) with levels of devotion that can border on fanaticism? I argue that the challenge in retaining millennials has nothing to do with a lack of loyalty, but rather, the challenge comes from inherently different expectations of their workplace. Read more

The Right Technology Transitions HR from Tactical to Strategic

With compliance requirements frequently changing, understanding the changes and ensuring adherence to them places a burden on businesses exacerbated by HR systems and processes that rely on multiple sources of data. Often HR departments have to work through spreadsheets and manual processes to sift through and obtain information. These approaches are not only inefficient but the relaying information from one system to the next, working on complex and often hard to read spreadsheets, and other error prone manual interventions introduce inaccuracies into the process. Read more

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