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Archive for October 2013

3 ways that charitable donations cultivate a healthy workforce

By Team Ceridian on Oct 31 2013

When companies’ HR departments complete the task of processing payroll, the rest is out of their hands – employees are free to do with their money as they please. But according to recent research, companies can benefit from advising their workers to give portions of their paychecks to nonprofit organizations. According to Human Resource Executive more…

Employee Engagement

Is Your HCM Tech Too Integrated? It Takes Courage to Start Over

By ldunivan on Oct 30 2013

Larry Dunivan is EVP of Ceridian HCM. This blog was originally posted on Larry’s blog, Perceptive HR Technology.  Last week, I wrote about my vision of integration’s future: as little of it as possible. There’s a desire percolating to leave behind functionality-sapping, overly integrated human capital management technology. But what does it take to start over? more…

Human Capital Management

3 interesting lessons from using business intelligence in recruiting

By Team Ceridian on Oct 29 2013

For companies with large talent needs and a sense of urgency to fill their open positions quickly, there’s a need for more business intelligence solutions to help make staffing decisions. HR offices like to rely on intuitive thinking and subjectivity when possible, choosing new hires based on the intangible human element, but sometimes their needs more…

Transformative Technology

Ceridian recognized as one of Canada’s 100 best employers

By Team Ceridian on Oct 28 2013

By handling payroll processing, benefits administration and countless other human resources tasks every day, Ceridian does its part to make your company a better place to work. But that’s not all – Ceridian is also a top-notch employer itself, as recognized by the 15th annual list of Canada’s Top 100 Employers. The list of the more…

Employee Engagement

In Case You Missed It: Week of October 21, 2013

By Team Ceridian on Oct 25 2013

What does the future hold for HR technology? According to Forbes, a number of IT trends have had a powerful impact on HR specifically. Meghan Biro, chief executive officer of TalentCulture Consulting Group, explains that as elite hardware and software solutions have risen above the pack, the HR industry is shifting away from a focus on more…

Employee Engagement, Health & Wellness, Human Capital Management, Transformative Technology

4 ways that employee rewards can make a big difference

By Team Ceridian on Oct 25 2013

With many of the benefits that human resources offices regularly administer for their employees, the process feels less like a treat and more like a daily grind. Handling such tasks as applying for health insurance and bus passes is useful for workers, but it’s also tedious and does little to add excitement to anyone’s day. more…

Employee Engagement

Ceridian webinar to discuss engagement in wellness programs

By Team Ceridian on Oct 24 2013

Human resource offices everywhere have embraced the idea of investing in corporate health and wellness. If companies put a little bit of time and effort into making sure their employees eat right, exercise well and stay disease-free, it will pay off. The workforce will be healthier and more engaged on a daily basis. According to more…

Health & Wellness

Five myths about human capital management in the retail sector

By John Orr on Oct 23 2013

John Orr is SVP of Retail Strategy and Execution at Ceridian HCM.  When most retail companies think about improving their sales numbers and generating more profits, they tend to focus on promotions, coverage, conversion, and making the consumer experience pleasurable. They rarely consider one of the most important elements contributing to retail success – an engaged more…

Human Capital Management

4 ways HR is becoming data-conscious in managing human capital

By Team Ceridian on Oct 22 2013

Employers everywhere, large and small, are looking to do more with business intelligence to measure the performance of their workers. Doing so can make them more efficient about who they hire, how they put people to work and what strategies they use for employee retention. Unfortunately, using workforce analytics to measure employee performance is more more…

Human Capital Management

Integration’s Future? As Little as Possible

By ldunivan on Oct 21 2013

This blog was originally posted on Larry Dunivan’s blog, Perceptive HR Technology. None would be ideal. Startled? Think about the sound of the word integration. Inherent in it are notions of a seamless user experience and a system functioning perfectly, as one unit with nothing impeding its operation. Integration brings to mind harmony. But integration more…

Human Capital Management, Transformative Technology

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