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Keeping employees motivated through the height of winter

By Deb LaMere, VP of Employee Experience, Ceridian

We’re now halfway through winter. And though spring is in less than 60 days away, the dreary weather of winter is just starting to hit its peak. For many people, snow storms, extreme cold, and other inclement weather conditions can be the source of a wide range of frustrating disruptions – from commuting delays to school cancellations. Add in a spike in workers getting sick and it’s easy to see why winter can often hamper the motivation of employees. 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

4 steps to transform your performance management process

performance managementBy Kevin Thompson, VP of Professional Services, Ceridian

It’s that time of year, the annual performance review!  We’ve all had them, the grueling session where you and your manager try desperately to remember what you did last year.  Or maybe you are one of the many who have no idea how you are doing; you just receive a note with your new raise in it.  Many of us have been pondering this annual ritual and thinking to ourselves, there has to be something better.  The traditional process of: Read more

Why great performance development needs team players #MarchMadness

teamwork basketball march madness

By John Whyte, Sr. Product Manager, Dayforce Talent Management

March brings one of the most exciting events on the American sports calendar, as 68 college basketball teams compete in a single-elimination tournament to crown a national champion.  Few moments in sports get a fan’s heart racing more than the final seconds of a one-point game – exhausted players watching their coach draw up a final play that will lead to either buzzer-beating glory or a sudden end to a promising season. Read more

It’s the most wonderful time of the year – minus the dreaded performance review

stay interviewBy Lisa Sterling, Vice President Of Dayforce Talent Management, Ceridian

It’s that time of year again. December is here which means most of us are feeling jolly – we’re getting ready for the holidays, we’re excited about a new year and we’re starting to define our resolutions for 2016. Many of which we know won’t last beyond the first week of January but we feel compelled to commit to them regardless. Read more

5 key trends affecting human capital management in today’s workplace

recruitingTake a look around the modern workplace, and you’ll see a great deal of change happening all around you. We’re operating in a new economic climate, we’re using innovative new technology and we’re adopting new strategies for doing work on a daily basis. A lot is evolving all at once.

The interesting question to ask is how this affects human capital management. In HCM, your job is to nurture employees and push them to be their most productive selves. You want them to be healthy, focused and hardworking every day. This is challenging because the same strategies you used 10 years ago probably won’t work anymore – as work adapts, you must do so as well. Read more

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