Phenom | July 18, 2022
Phenom, the global leader in Talent Experience Management (TXM), launched its Customer Advisory Board (CAB), bringing together global companies to discuss their top hiring and retention challenges. The board’s insights will also influence product innovations throughout the Phenom talent experience platform, enabling customers to meet evolving workforce goals in the face of a changing talent landscape.
Executives from retail, financial services, manufacturing, healthcare and software sectors — including U.S. Bank, Giant Eagle, Bon Secours Mercy Health and Life Time — joined Phenom’s CAB meeting in Philadelphia for day-long sessions and peer-to-peer networking. Collectively these global brands employ hundreds of thousands of people, and hire and professionally develop thousands more a year.
While examining the current macroeconomic environment and sharing insights into their respective industries, CAB members singled out skills, talent acquisition automation, greater efficiency and diversity and inclusion as the top business priorities in the C-suite — particularly in industries with rapid turnover and seasonal hiring needs such as healthcare, hospitality, manufacturing, retail and transportation.
“The companies taking part in our first-ever Customer Advisory Board are ahead of the talent curve, Insights from what they are hearing and seeing in a shifting talent landscape are invaluable as we develop the technology of tomorrow.”
-Jess Elmquist, Chief Human Resources Officer and Chief Evangelist of Phenom.
Mahe Bayireddi, Phenom CEO and co-founder, provided a strategic innovation overview and discussed the company’s 10-year history of building industry and use-case specific artificial intelligence (AI) data models as key differentiators in Phenom’s four experience areas: candidates, employees, recruiters and managers.
Fortune 500 companies are using AI to streamline and remove friction from the candidate experience, while recruitment teams can save substantial time on administrative tasks such as interview scheduling. AI also helps existing employees with a tailored career path, skills gap analysis, and learning courses to support professional development.
The Phenom CAB meeting comes as the pace of job-switching continues around the world, intensifying the battle for talent and raising the stakes on companies’ ability to attract new workers while holding on to their own employees.
Phenom has a purpose of helping a billion people find the right job. Through AI-powered talent experiences, HR teams are using Phenom to hire employees faster, develop them to their full potential, and retain them longer. The Phenom Talent Experience Management (TXM) platform seamlessly connects candidates, employees, recruiters, and managers — empowering over 500 diverse and global enterprises with innovative products including Phenom Career Site, Chatbot, CMS, CRM, AI Scheduling, Video Assessments, Campaigns, University Recruiting, Talent Marketplace, Career Pathing, Gigs, Mentoring, and Referrals.
Humanforce | September 15, 2022
Humanforce, a provider of workforce management (WFM) solutions, today announced the launch of its new payroll solution, transforming the Humanforce platform into an 'all-in-one' for Australian & New Zealand HR and payroll professionals.
With this new addition Humanforce is now delivering a seamlessly integrated, automated, accurate and compliant workforce management and payroll experience.
"The launch of Humanforce Payroll is an exciting step forward in being able to offer Australian & New Zealand businesses a truly unified and all-in-one workforce management and payroll solution, Empowering workforce, payroll and HR professionals with a single interface reduces the admin burden and risk of errors from timesheet right through to payslip. The solution also empowers employees by providing real-time access to their data and financial wellbeing programs such as earned wage access, all from the Humanforce mobile app."
-Clayton Pyne, Chief Executive Officer of Humanforce
Humanforce Payroll, powered by leading Australian payroll specialist Payroll Metrics, requires no integration, making the implementation process hassle-free. Humanforce WFM and Payroll is highly configurable and tailored to unique business needs.
Payroll Metrics' new partnership with Humanforce brings together both companies' expertise in payroll and workforce management, to offer Humanforce's customers the simplicity of a single source of truth for all the information HR and payroll professionals need in their day-to-day tasks, said Greg McManus, Founder & Managing Director of Payroll Metrics.
For over 20 years Humanforce's objective has been to take the complexity of workforce management and make it as simple as possible for businesses; an approach that Payroll Metrics shares with us when it comes to payroll. The combined breadth and depth of two best-of-breed platforms delivered in a single user and customer experience is what the market has been waiting for, and it's finally here, Pyne added.
The key benefits of Humanforce's new payroll solution include:
Workforce management and payroll in a single platform: a comprehensive all-in-one workforce management and payroll platform, offering automated and secure data flows so you can be confident in data accuracy, business efficiency and compliance. The single interface also allows easy navigation between all core HR and payroll tasks such as Onboarding, Rostering, Time & Attendance, Payroll and Early Wage Access.
Increased employee wellbeing: with integration across Humanforce Payroll and workforce management, businesses can offer earned wage access options to reduce employee financial stress.
Easy implementation and faster time to value: Humanforce Payroll requires no integration with the Humanforce platform. Customers can begin using and learning Humanforce workforce management and payroll early in the onboarding process for a faster time to value and measurable benefits from the onset.
Eliminate security and compliance concerns: with lock and key security, business data across Humanforce is only accessible and available to whomever businesses choose, if and when they need it. Humanforce also offers an award interpretation engine, along with Single Touch Payroll (STP/STP2), Payday Filing, SuperStream and KiwiSaver compliance.
Mitigate data risk: bringing together all employee, rostering and payroll data flows in one solution helps to avoid potential errors when uploading multiple files, entering manual inputs and double-handling data.
Configurable to business needs: highly configurable to individual business' needs and the unique requirements of their shift-based workforce, with flexible clocking and rostering options, as well as the choice to process bulk or one-off payroll events.
The Humanforce all-in-one solution improves the employee experience for our customers' shift-based, roster-driven (or 'deskless') workforce and provides their teams with the tools they need to excel. Without the need for manual effort, our customers can get back to strategic business operations and not lose valuable time juggling multiple systems, said Pyne.
Humanforce is a leading provider of shift-based workforce management solutions that simplifies onboarding, scheduling, time and attendance, employee engagement and communication. Customers in more than 23 countries use Humanforce to optimise costs, realise compliance confidence, empower their team and drive growth. Customers include Secure Parking, Flight Centre, Aveo, Estia, Accor, Delaware North and more. Humanforce was founded in Sydney in 2002, and today has offices across Australia, New Zealand, Singapore and the UK.
Software Advice | July 07, 2022
As HR departments work to make their organizations more equitable and inclusive, new research from Software Advice suggests that remote work may at first seem like the best format for reducing workplace bias and discrimination, but survey data reveals it often means employees are sacrificing their true identity at work.
This survey analyzed employee responses from groups often impacted by negative bias and discrimination in the workplace, including women, employees aged 55 or older, LGBTQ workers, racial minorities, and those with a disability. Across all minority groups surveyed, remote workers are most likely to agree that their employer treats every employee fairly, compared to those who work hybrid or on-site. This may be due to their ability to customize work environments to individual needs, managers measuring work more fairly through outcome-based metrics, or a reduction in toxic behaviors overall.
However, marginalized employees working remotely also admit to lying about or omitting a part of their identity at their current job out of fear of discrimination, including:
71% of employees with disabilities
65% of employees 55 years or older
64% of women
64% of LGBTQ workers
57% of racial minority workers
Women in particular are uncomfortable bringing their full selves to work. Over two-thirds (71%) of women who work remotely say they’re afraid to be their authentic selves at work, compared to 64% and 57% of women who work on-site and in a hybrid format, respectively.
While on-site employees may be more honest about their identities, it isn’t always by choice. They may face more discrimination because they can’t hide who they are in-person.
“With more employers implementing remote work permanently, it’s encouraging to see that minority workers believe remote work is more equitable,” says Brian Westfall, principal HR analyst at Software Advice.
“With more employers implementing remote work permanently, it’s encouraging to see that minority workers believe remote work is more equitable,” says Brian Westfall, principal HR analyst at Software Advice. “But, DEI initiatives don’t really work unless employees feel safe to be their authentic selves.”
Remote work isn’t a magic solution for encouraging workplace inclusivity. HR leaders must intentionally act to ensure marginalized employees working from home feel seen and included for who they are. Examples include forming employee resource groups, setting the right tone during onboarding to encourage new hires to share their own perspective, and diversifying remote leadership. To find resources on how to promote authenticity in a remote workplace, visit softwareadvice.com.
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Salary.com | August 25, 2022
Salary.com® today announced it was named to the Constellation ShortList™ for Compensation Management in Q3 2022. The technology vendors and service providers included in this program deliver critical transformation initiative requirements for early adopters and fast-follower organizations.
"Receiving the Constellation ShortList award is a testament to how our data and software innovations are powering advancements in mission critical workforce objectives, including achieving pay equity and transparency, Today's labor dynamics make it clear that maintaining the status quo is not an option. We're proud of our work with thousands of forward-thinking companies who are committed to getting pay right. We are especially proud to have achieved this honor for the fourth year in a row."
-Salary.com CEO Kent Plunkett
Salary.com's market leading CompAnalyst® SaaS platform accelerates compensation workflows, delivers real-time data, provides job description management, and powers accurate, equitable and competitive compensation. In allowing for deep analysis with a few clicks, CompAnalyst helps organizations quickly identify equity issues, flight risks, and other real-time talent intelligence insights that play a key role in winning the war for talent.
Organizations must reconsider how they balance business models, work/life priorities, and new market conditions during the uncertain climate of the Great Refactoring, Constellation's ShortLists reflect the top vendors that matter most to our network of buy-side clients. We publish ShortLists to expedite the decision-making process for leaders making critical vendor selections, so they can find the right partners to enable their business success,said R "Ray" Wang, chairman and founder at Constellation Research.
Constellation Research advises leaders on leveraging disruptive technologies to achieve business model transformation and streamline business processes. Products and services named to the Constellation ShortList meet the threshold criteria for this category as determined through client inquiries, partner conversations, customer references, vendor selection projects, market share, and internal research. The portfolio is updated at least once per year as the analyst team deems necessary based on market conditions.
Salary.com® is the leading provider of compensation market data, software, and analytics, bringing more of the trusted data and intuitive software organizations need to get pay right. The industry's fastest-growing compensation management company, Salary.com serves over 30,000 survey participant organizations, over 8,000 business-to-business software subscribers, and over 45 million employees globally. HR professionals rely on Salary.com's 360° view of their compensation practices so they can efficiently and accurately achieve internal pay equity and adapt to market changes. Salary.com's state-of-the-art CompAnalyst® accelerates compensation workflows, delivers real-time data, and powers accurate, equitable, and competitive compensation through one intuitive platform.