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HCM World 2018 Recap, Part 3: Meet Oracle HCM Cloud’s 2018 Rubies Awards Winners

Brittany Lindquist
Director Customer Marketing

“It is expensive to be mediocre in this world.” - J. Irwin Miller, former CEO of Cummins, a quote shared by Rubies award winner Fabio Fukuda of Cummins during his keynote

This year’s Oracle HCM World was chock full of companies pushing boundaries to accelerate their workforce into the future. It is clear that many of today’s HR leaders are not stopping at mediocrity.

To celebrate the success organizations are achieving by modernizing HR processes in the cloud, Oracle announced the winners of the Oracle HCM Cloud Rubies Award in Dallas last week. The awards recognize HR professionals who are using Oracle Human Capital Management (HCM) Cloud to elevate the employee experience and future proof their business. The 2018 winners include Caesars Entertainment Corporation, Creighton University, Cummins Inc., Emerson, Macy’s, NSF International, and PTC.

“The Oracle HCM Cloud Rubies Awards recognize HR professionals that have successfully transformed the HR function and related business processes,” said Emily He, Senior Vice President, HCM Cloud Business Group, Oracle. “This year’s winners truly are industry pioneers who have fully leveraged Oracle HCM Cloud solutions to enhance employee engagement and deliver outstanding results.”

Meet our 2018 Oracle HCM Rubies Awards winners!

Game Changer Award

Recognizes teams that did something unique with Oracle HCM Cloud and took their HR function out of the dark ages of manual processes and out-of-date technology.

Macy’s—Terri Brown, Vice President, HR Technology

Happily Ever After Award

Recognizes businesses that relied on Oracle HCM Cloud during a major merger or acquisition.

NSF International—Wayne Overla, HRIS Manager

Talent Show Award

Recognizes teams that leverage Oracle HCM Cloud’s recommended jobs and workforce visibility features to drive internal mobility and retention

Cummins—Mike Whitesell, HRIS Manager, Integrated Talent Management

Time Is On My Side Award

Recognizes organizations that use Oracle HCM Cloud to dramatically reduce their time to hire.

Emerson—Jim Rhodes, Vice President, HRIS

It’s All In The Numbers Award

Recognizes an organization that is using Oracle HCM Cloud analytics to improve talent management and retention.

Cummins—Fabio Fukuda, Director, Global HRIS and Business Intelligence

Dynamic Duo Award

Recognizes teams who have experienced exceptional results using a combination of the different Oracle Cloud solutions together.

Caesars Entertainment—Michael O’Brien, Vice President, Corporate HR Services

Keep it in the Family Award

Recognizes teams that use Oracle HCM Cloud to retain the very best talent.

Creighton University—Molly Billings, Senior Director, Human Resources

Express Lane Award

Recognizes companies that have started to reap the rewards of Oracle HCM Cloud in the shortest time possible.

PTC—Kathy Cullen-Cote, Corporate Vice President, Human Resources

Our Rubies Awards winners aren’t just implementing technology and updating HR processes—they are changing the ways we work to be more enjoyable, more supportive, and smarter.

Congratulations to our Rubies Awards winners! Your creative thinking, innovative ideas, and fearless leadership has truly paid off.

To read more about our winners, visit our Rubies Awards site here and be sure to jump on the nomination process in early 2019. Join us in congratulating our winners on Twitter using #OracleHCM and #HCMRubies18.

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