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Keeping Up With Compliance

By Julie Palmer, Technical Writing Manager, Ceridian

Sometimes, I feel like my brain is constantly on a treadmill that’s maybe moving a little faster than I’d like. There’s just so much to keep up with: work, family, school, trends, the Kardashians… it never ends. Now that I’m also blogging about compliance, there’s a whole new world of content to keep on top of, particularly with all the changes coming in the wake of the recent US election. 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

5 sessions from industry leaders you can’t miss at #CeridianINSIGHTS

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

INSIGHTS 2016 4In a few short weeks, I get to spend a few days with the best customers in the world at INSIGHTS 2016 in Las Vegas. I am very excited about this year’s event as we are expecting the largest attendance ever.  Our customers will be seeing our newest enhancements to Dayforce HCM while mixing in some fun and educational sessions throughout their time in Vegas. 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

6 workplace trends that will make a big impact in 2016

2016by Howard Tarnoff, SVP of XOXO Innovation & Programs, Ceridian

When you work in human capital management, it’s important to keep an eye on the larger HCM landscape, adapting to what you see and moving your organization confidently into the future. Every year, new industry developments come along, which means you’ve got more work to do.

So what’s new for us this year? What are the latest trends that will affect your organization in the near future? That’s what we at Ceridian are looking to figure out. We asked some members of our Customer Success Program, XOXO, to share the trends that they see making a big impact this year. We received some great answers – read on, and learn all about them. Read more

8 Things to Consider Before Picking an HR Tech Vendor

technologyThis blog post was written by Jayson Saba, VP of Strategy and Industry Relations at Ceridian. Follow him on Twitter @JaysonSaba.

While it is a tall order for human resources to secure budget for a technology upgrade, it is equally challenging to ensure that the investment is made with the right vendor.

Almost everyone in HR agrees on the many benefits of cloud technology. In 2012, Nucleus Research found that cloud applications deliver nearly twice the return on investment than on-premise services based on a study of various enterprise software applications, including human capital management, finance, customer relationship management, enterprise resource planning and others. Read more

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