catalyst because the Metaverse has the potential to create more realistic, immersive and personalized digital experiences for the workforce, including more compelling learning, hiring and collaboration experiences.
The Metaverse is the future of HCM technology and should be embraced. HR leaders should use the time they have before the Metaverse is fully developed to create a strategic plan, build an ecosystem and make incremental progress. The potential benefits for all areas of HCM are too important to let barriers stand in the way.
mTotal, a learning and talent management software provider for approximately $200 million in a cash transaction.
Two years after Ultimate Software and Kronos merged into UKG, the company prepares to march forward under a new leader and emerging culture while remaining fiercely focused on embedding its core values of diversity, inclusion, equity and belonging into its HR technology offerings.
organizations are searching for ways to predict what the needs of their workforce will be in the coming years. This study explores how organizations are using advanced analytics to help predict scenarios and responses.
Just as the modern workforce is now required to be adaptable and agile, organizations must be equally adaptable and agile. Adaptability and agility should be reinforced by giving employees the tools to make connections across the workforce with access to the resources they need as they need them. The ability for new employees to feel like they are part of something greater requires access to social and collaborative team-based learning technology and that is what the Great Onboarding is all about.
There are many stories about The Great Resignation, but very few about its causes and what can be done to prevent it. Brandon Hall Group recently asked businesses if their employees feel their work stress is manageable and only 3% of organizations strongly agreed.
The goal for any organization regarding workforce management is to create efficiency and enhance productivity. But the most successful companies will be those that use workforce management to increase efficiency and foster an environment that is truly adaptable — and able to meet the needs of customers, employees, and shifting business conditions alike.
Employers can’t address all concerns employees have, but they can analyze where the biggest problems are, address them, then design communication campaigns to inform the workforce. Even when you act, engage employees to be part of the solution and get their feedback so you can adjust as needed.
The Great Resignation — a mass exodus of workers leaving their organizations (and often going somewhere else) is often framed as people leaving for better pay. While compensation certainly plays a part, the most common reasons people leave are unmanageable stress, and also because managers were not prepared to work with them in this new workplace environment.