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Growing Without Leaving: Integrating “New” Employees with Successful Transboarding

By Celine DuPuis, Product Marketing Manager, Ceridian

When you spot a co-worker checking out job postings, what’s your reaction? Hopefully, you’re like me and enjoy working with your teammates. If you are, then seeing someone plotting their next career move can be disappointing. ‘Oh no what about our coffee break chats and mutual love of Beyoncé,’ you might think.

Brace yourself, then, because it’s likely to happen more often. The median tenure has dropped from 4.6 years in 2014 to 4.2 in 2016, according to this study by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. People are switching jobs sooner than they used to. That number is being held up by a contingent of the workforce that shuns job hopping: workers aged 55 to 64 had a median tenure of 10.1 years. This norm is likely on its way out as workers aged 25 to 34 years have a median tenure of only 2.8 years. Read more

Transboarding: The new solution for retaining top talent

By Lisa Sterling, Chief People Officer, Ceridian

The job market landscape today is extremely competitive. Hiring managers are struggling to find quality talent to fill the increasing number of positions opening up within their organizations.

This challenge is why it is becoming increasingly popular for companies to look beyond onboarding new hires and adopt an innovative solution for retaining top talent by promoting existing employees into new roles, a process known as “transboarding.” Read more

Onboarding: The Path To Success Starts Here [Webcast]

In today’s workplace, onboarding is more critical than ever to ensure that employees start their new career on the right foot and that they remain engaged for the duration of their employment.

Onboarding can be cumbersome for even the most experienced HR professional to facilitate. The preparation of personnel files, keeping track and storing confidential HR information and setting up employees with all the tools that they need can be overwhelming and difficult to keep track of. HR professionals need the right tools that can simplify, streamline and offer confidence that the onboarding of their new employees is all done smoothly and correctly. Read more

3 things to know about onboarding success

By Lisa Bull, VP of Employee and Leadership Learning, Ceridian

‘You’re all that and a bag of chips’

That’s the message that we want every one of our new hires to get as they begin their employment with us. If you’re one of the thousands of people across North America who has responsibility for onboarding new employees, you are well aware of the joys and challenges that come along with ensuring this is the message new hires hear.

At Ceridian, my team partners with key stakeholders across our organization to ensure that new members of the Ceridian family have an exceptional experience. And, whether their job with us is their first out of college or university, or a key transition as part of a longer career, our job is to make sure at the end of their first day our new employees feel they made the absolute right choice in joining Ceridian. Read more

Women in Tech: Thoughts from Ceridian’s Chief People Officer #HRTechConf

By Lisa Sterling, Chief People Officer, Ceridian

Women in the technology field face a vast number of career challenges, from lack of development and mentoring opportunities to unequal pay. But these obstacles aren’t really unique to the tech industry.  Women across all industries struggle with them on a daily basis.

At the recent HR Technology Conference in Chicago, I had the honor of sharing the stage with other amazing female leaders to share ways we can better align our people and HR initiatives to support women in the workplace. As the mother of 3 girls, it’s my responsibility to teach my girls to be brave, and that they don’t have to be the helpless princess in their story. They can be the coder, the VP, the CEO. As Ceridian’s Chief People Officer, I hope I am doing something that shows my daughters that they can do anything they want if they work hard enough. Read more

Is human intervention hiding in your Human Capital Management?

By BP Gallucci, Communications Manager, Ceridian

The value proposition of a good human capital management (HCM) solution relies on its ability to deliver an ROI through automating manual  processes, improving efficiencies of existing software processes, and reducing or eliminating costs associated with bad data. At the heart of all this is the fact that human intervention in a business’s HCM is costly.

It costs in the form of waste: wages going to staff filing forms, faxing paperwork, consolidating data in spreadsheets, doing double data entry in multiple systems; these are wages being paid for activities that don’t add value and aren’t part of the real work of running a business. Read more

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