Workforce management and planning software
- June 12, 2020
Sequoia Consulting Group's new Return to Work Center aims to help organizations plan for getting back into offices, with tools that enable policy and testing management.
- March 16, 2020
As HR leaders are being tasked with difficult decisions amid the coronavirus pandemic, the employee experience depends on those decisions. Here's how to get them right.
- March 05, 2020
The coronavirus could provide a major incentive to work remotely. The shift may have long-lasting impacts, as managers and employees get comfortable with virtual work.
- February 07, 2020
If the coronavirus isn't contained, it may prove disruptive for a long period of time. Pandemic planning should be underway, business research groups say.
- June 06, 2018
SAP's Brigette McInnis-Day says melding HR tech, business processes and senior leadership training are all necessary for a total workforce experience that helps employees feel heard.
- April 13, 2018
HR management strategies are being tested by the increasing use of contingent workers. Managing them as vendors no longer works, but software is emerging to address the need.
- March 28, 2018
Ceridian's $200 million IPO is likely to bolster the HCM and WFM vendor's position in the HR tech industry, while giving shareholders a stake in its wellness company.
- November 13, 2017
Workforce management leader Kronos intended to reshape itself in a turbulent HR tech world, say executives behind the vendor's new mobile-first SaaS system, Workforce Dimensions.
- February 24, 2017
Ventana Research rates Kronos, Ceridian and Workforce Software as leaders in workforce management systems, followed by SAP SuccessFactors, JDA and four other vendors.
- June 25, 2015
Critics admit software isn't the culprit, but say it enables abuse of on-call scheduling of low-wage workers and limits access to health insurance.
- June 15, 2015
Informatica deployed Visier after finding it hard to perform workforce analysis on data from its Workday system.