Given all of the transformational stories from MBX, I want to recap the product highlights that the Oracle HCM Cloud team has promised to deliver to our customers in the first half of 2019, as a part of our Spring 2019 Product Update.
One of the best ways to facilitate employee engagement is with an intelligent, personalized HR technology. Unfortunately, not all technology is as simple and supportive as it sounds. Here are some things to look for when you want your HCM cloud solution to support an engaging employee experience.
All good business cases should have a plan, timeline, and budget that are realistic and defendable. You should also tie the plan to your company’s overall business strategy. Learn how to structure your business case with Matt Richards, Managing Director, KPMG LLC.
Finance and human resources functions have traditionally run their own systems (often on-premises), data, and processes. Not only does this lead to process roadblocks (as described above), it creates challenges for senior leadership—who struggle with incomplete or competing views when trying to track budgets, salaries, bonuses, commissions, and benefits. Walk through the benefits of a join roll out with Oracle Partner, IBM.
In the Let Employee Engagement Be Your Digital Innovation Lab podcast, Emily He, SVP product marketing for HCM, and Jon Huang, senior director of product management, discuss the growing importance of emerging technologies in today’s human resources organizations
Written By: Lauren Antone, HCM Cloud Associate Product Marketing Manager at Oracle How to effectively manage your talent continues to be a hot topic discussed and explored by organizations. By now companies are familiar with the popular buzz-phrase, "employee engagement." Organizations understand the importance of defining their workplace culture and hiring the right talent with key skills and personal goals that align with those of the company. They are even taking that...