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The Top 3 Benefits Retailers Find in the Cloud

By  John Orr, SVP of Retail, Ceridian

While most retailers have given some thought to cloud-based human capital management (HCM) solutions, the underlying needs and anticipated benefits varies. In a previous blog, I shared high-level insights from Ceridian’s collaboration with Innovative Retail Technologies to survey more than 150 retail workforce managers. I want to hone in on the specific benefits our respondents felt cloud-based applications brought to their business. Read more

Man vs Machine: Payroll Mistakes Outside of the Cloud

Cloud computingBy Celine DuPuis, Product Marketing Manager, Ceridian

There’s no easy way to say it: when humans get involved, sometimes payroll mistakes get made. It happens – especially when organizations bring new hires on board in the middle of a pay period. Unfortunately, it’s not realistic to only hire every two weeks or on the 1st and 15th of the month. Some amount of manual labor will be required to pay employees who are hired in between those magical dates. Read more

Successfully transitioning your HCM to the cloud

By Jayson Saba, VP of Market Research & Industry Relations, Ceridian

Cloud computing has provided businesses with a vast array of technology to improve processes and productivity. One sector where it has gained significant traction is in human capital management (HCM) – the technology leveraged by human resources (HR), offering employers new, innovative strategies for improving a wide range of functions ranging from basic record keeping, advanced workforce planning and everything in between from paying employees on time, to developing them and maintaining overall compliance with the ever-changing regulatory landscape. However, to realize the maximum value and benefits of cloud HCM solutions, organizations need to go about its adoption and implementation in a specific way. KPMG recently released its 2016 Global HR Transformation Survey report, which indicated that while the benefits of cloud HR technology are huge, they are not materializing for some businesses. The research, which surveyed over 850 HR professionals across more than 50 countries, showed that organizations need to successfully integrate people, processes and technology if they truly want to realize all of the benefits of moving to the cloud. Read more

4 HCM news headlines from March 2016

news papersA big part of the challenge in human capital management lies in the fact that your strategy is never a finished product. No matter how well you’re currently doing at managing your people, there is always more to learn. There is never any shortage of possible ways your business can improve when it comes to leading a staff.

That’s why, at Ceridian, we try to keep up with the latest goings-on in the HCM business. Every month, we do our best to share trends and best practices, so that your organization can be just a little better informed about how to manage the workforce. Read more

Moving to the cloud? Spring clean your data first!

springWhat does spring cleaning look like for your HR department? How much attention do you give to your HR data and processes that may have become outdated over time?

The need for an in-depth HR cleaning may become evident as your company prepares for a move to the cloud. Cloud technology is heralded for its ability to transform HR operations, but to lead this change your department must first evaluate the relevancy of your current data and processes. Read more

How Barnes & Noble solved their scheduling challenges with a single HCM solution

From engagement 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 each of the Top 10 Most Popular Blog Posts of 2015. Enjoy!

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Ceridian - Transforming Human Capital Management

StressBy John Orr, Senior Vice President of Retail at Ceridian

Scheduling employee shifts can be a challenge for many organizations – especially large employers such as retailers. When retailers use manual processes or outdated systems for scheduling store associates, they often don’t fully understand nor have visibility to the business implications of their planning and scheduling decisions.  Ceridian customer Barnes & Noble recently shared their success in overcoming this challenge in the webcast “A Tale of Workforce Management: How Barnes & Noble Solved Their Scheduling Challenges.”

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