John Whyte – Senior Manager, Dayforce Talent Management, Ceridian
In today’s hyper-competitive race to acquire and retain top talent, companies are re-evaluating how they identify and reward their best people. Budgets are tight, managers are busy, and the way we identify top performers is changing. It’s essential that Compensation Management tools keep pace with market needs.
On Tuesday, May 9 at 2 PM ET, Ceridian is partnering with The Wilson Group to discuss current Trends, Tools and Techniques Impacting Compensation Management. The Wilson Group is a consulting firm that helps companies devise strategies to assess, develop, and implement performance systems and total compensation plans.
Here are a couple reasons to attend that will have a real impact on your business: Read more
By Jayson Saba, VP of Market Research & Industry Relations, Ceridian
In 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
By Jayson Saba, VP of Strategy and Industry Relations at Ceridian.
“Human Capital Management professionals are increasingly asked to take companies into cloud (SaaS) HCM technology,” says Mark Smith, CEO and Chief Research Officer at Ventana Research. “The benefits of cloud technology in HCM are undeniable; however buyers need to know the company and the technology in order to make the right choice for their organization.” Read more
It can’t be understated that effective payroll processing is one of the most important aspects of running a business well. The paycheck is the main reason that people show up to work each day, and with this in mind, it’s imperative that HCM leaders consider investing in better payroll technology. You want a solution that’s quick, painless and is guaranteed to retrieve accurate data every single time you need it. A tool like that is worth putting some money into – you’ll absolutely recoup your investment in the form of a productive staff.
Unfortunately, it’s not easy to invest in new payroll technology – doing so requires first making room in the budget. It’s up to the HR leadership to go to the corporate higher-ups and make the case for moving money around and devoting some to payroll. Read more
By Jayson Saba,VP of Strategy and Industry Relations at Ceridian.
Businesses today are moving in droves toward a new way of approaching human capital management. The old method of gathering employee data and stashing it in filing cabinets is long forgotten – we now have fast-paced, high-powered methods of storing and sharing data remotely, thanks to the wonders of cloud computing.
The cloud is rapidly changing the way companies manage their HR data. Every new adopter quickly finds that they can save money and increase productivity simply by relying more on cloud-based strategies. Meanwhile, those who don’t accept the cloud revolution are in danger of being left behind. A study by MIT Sloan Management Review and Capgemini Consulting found that companies who fail to adapt to the cloud risk being driven out of business by the competition. Read more