Culture Amp | April 26, 2021
Culture Amp, the world's driving representative experience stage, today reported that its third-yearly Culture First meeting will be virtual interestingly, making it workable for HR and ability experts everywhere on the world to join in.
To oblige its developing worldwide local area, Culture Amp will have three single-day experiences beginning with Culture First Americas on May 19, EMEA on June 9, and APAC on July 14.
"The goal of Culture First has consistently been to bring the HR and ability local area together to share thoughts, examine difficulties, and move each other. The current year's topic, Humanity at Work is a higher priority than any time in recent memory, as this next change period gives the chance to individuals to reset and rethink how they appear at work - be it in the workplace or distantly," said Didier Elzinga, CEO and Founder, Culture Amp. "Organizations that shape their way of life to zero in on mankind at work - that tune in to their kin and backing them to make and develop will have the upper hand."
Culture First is a meeting for HR experts, individuals pioneers, and Culture First backers who wish to improve the universe of work. All participants will gain from prestigious idea pioneers, handy HR specialists, and experts in individuals and culture universes on themes like the mixture labor force, upskilling directors, constructing an enemy of bigoted working environment, and the sky is the limit from there.
Featuring speakers for Culture First Americas incorporate Susan David, Ph.D., and Professor Ibram X. Kendi.
Analyst Susan David, Ph.D., established and co-coordinates the Institute of Coaching at McLean Hospital of Harvard Medical School and is an Instructor in Psychology at Harvard University. As a famous clinician and expert on feelings, satisfaction, and accomplishment, David's TED talk, "The blessing and force of passionate fortitude" has been seen by just about 9 million individuals, while her book, Emotional Agility: Get Unstuck, Embrace Change, and Thrive in Work and Life is a Wall Street Journal #1 hit.
Teacher Ibram X. Kendi, is one of America's principal antiquarians, driving antiracist researchers, and a National Book Award-winning, #1 New York Times top rated writer of seven books, including How To Be An Antiracist. In 2020, Time magazine named him one of the 100 most powerful individuals on the planet.
Culture First will likewise have breakout meetings coordinated into three particular categories: Understand Your People; Build High-Performing Cultures; and Develop Your People. By talking with its 3,500+ clients in the course of the most recent year, Culture Amp has refined down how the best organizations are handling every one of these spaces to make better work environments and are excited to share that learning.
About Culture Amp
Culture Amp is the world's driving representative experience stage, assisting associations with revealing what is important to their kin and make a move. Culture Amp is a Culture First confirmed B Corporation utilized by 3,500+ clients including Aegon, Airbnb, Go Cardless, KIND Snacks, McDonald's, Bon Secours, Mercy Health, Salesforce and Slack. Begun in Melbourne with workplaces in San Francisco, London, and New York City, Culture Amp is perceived as one of the world's top private cloud organizations by Forbes and perhaps the most inventive work environment organizations by Fast Company. Culture Amp is sponsored by driving investment reserves, including Index Ventures, Felicis Ventures, Sapphire Ventures, Blackbird Ventures.
Oracle | May 03, 2021
Kaiser Permanente collaborated with Oracle to modernize its business processes with Oracle Fusion Cloud Human Capital Management (HCM) to provide intuitive employee experiences, simplify complex HR processes, and address the workforce's health and safety needs.
With 39 hospitals, over 700 medical offices, and 12.4 million members, Kaiser Permanente is one of the major not-for-profit healthcare providers in the United States. Kaiser Permanente aimed to enhance its ability to provide personalized, interactive services for its workforce because it is committed to delivering excellent experiences to both patients and employees. Kaiser Permanente implemented Oracle Cloud HCM in the organization, allowing it to streamline critical HCM processes when dealing with the major business and talent management challenges that come with handling teams of essential workers during a global pandemic.
"The healthcare sector has undergone a tremendous transformation, requiring a flexible approach to both business operations and workforce management," said Chris Leone, senior vice president of development for Oracle Cloud HCM. "Through Oracle Cloud HCM, Kaiser Permanente will enhance the employee experience by offering fast and convenient access to helpful HR tools and information, handling complex work schedules, providing payroll, assisting in enhancing recruiting productivity, establishing new ways of learning, and improving decision-making by end-to-end talent management. Using a cloud-based HCM system enhances access to key resources for these important workers and allows Kaiser Permanente to respond rapidly to potential workforce challenges."
"The implementation of Oracle Cloud HCM is an important move in our plan to simplify and modernize our technology." It allows us to replace many aging applications with a single, scalable enterprise-wide platform, which is a major move toward innovative, cloud-based solutions. "We anticipate that this measure will yield many benefits in the months and years ahead," said Diane Comer, Kaiser Permanente's chief information and technology officer.
Kaiser Permanente is collaborating with Oracle to modernize a variety of business processes in the organization. In addition, Kaiser Permanente has chosen additional Oracle Cloud Services to modernize its electronic medical records data warehouse and disaster recovery planning, as well as to enhance analytics and member insights.
Oracle Cloud provides integrated application suites as well as secure, self-contained infrastructure.
PwC | September 19, 2020
People management, particularly retention, is becoming more difficult during mergers and acquisitions, according to C-suite leaders and senior managers responding to a late 2019 PwC survey. In 2019, 10% of respondents reported "significant success" in employee retention during M&As, compared to 45% in 2016 and 56% in 2010. The results, released in June, also found that 64% of organizations reported having full-time employees in HR dedicated to the transition. The report noted an increasing sense of challenge in navigating the people and organization aspect of integration. Eighty percent of respondents reported this aspect to be "difficult," compared to 58% in 2016. Organizations are also increasingly assigning an executive sponsor to transition teams, an occurrence which PwC said has doubled since its last survey. However, even though 65% of respondents said access to managerial and technical talent was a "very" or "most important" deal objective, only 17% said this objective was "completely achieved." Change management programs are also considered insufficient, according to the report. PwC considers change management to involve seven aspects, and "not one company" reported involving all seven of those drivers. Only 5% said they had three or more.