Tag: Changing

Adapting to Changing Guest Expectations in a Post-Covid World

The hospitality industry was one of the most impacted by the effects of the pandemic, and while things are beginning to open up and individuals are looking to resume travel, guest expectations have changed. In order to continue to meet their needs and deliver an outstanding customer experience, you have to transition your business operations. … Adapting to Changing Guest Expectations in a Post-Covid…

Changing the HR Game: Meet Madison Butler

2020 has been revolutionary. An eye opener for HR. DE&I was present and important a year ago, but now, it better be your lead initiative. At the very least as an HR and Recruiting professional, you better be listening. And listening hard. I started listening about a year ago as we began launching my employer’s new DE&I initiative. And part of listening is finding…

The Power of Digital Acceleration in a Changing World

Read Time1 Minute, 2 Second Even prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, technology was moving toward a cloud-first, mobile-optimized environment. The adoption of digital transformation was increasing the agility of the finance and IT functions and impacting technology investments for organizations. That’s according to panelists at our recent global digital event, Conversations for a Changing World. The discussion featured Jason Dess, global leader for finance…

Talent Management in Telecom: Hiring in a Changing Industry

Read Time1 Minute, 0 Second 5G wireless communication technology and other telecom advances could transform the U.S. economy and the way we work — but first, telecom companies must address a significant skills gap. Workers trained to build and maintain a 5G infrastructure are in short supply. To find and train the right talent, technology companies will need to change the way they seek…

Small Scenarios for Changing Times Catalog

  We’ve been collaborating on a series of short digestible papers that tackle the HR and Recruiting issues that are emerging during the coronavirus pandemic. We’ve published 10 issues to date and they’re recapped here so they’re easy to find. Instructions: If you click on a specific issue below you’ll land at the original article where you can get more information and download the…

3 Steps for Planning in a Changing World

Throughout the world, businesses of every size are feeling firsthand the impacts of instability. In a time of uncertainty, surviving and thriving comes down to how promptly your business can identify disruptive changes and proactively respond to them. That’s not so easy when your business is mired in static planning—characterized by long planning cycles, immediately obsolete plans, siloed efforts, and hard-to-find errors. Manual, spreadsheet-based…

Workday Podcast: To Deal with Disruption, Businesses Are Changing How They Plan

It all starts with a big bang: the laborious and time-consuming exercise that is your annual plan. Once complete, the plan is memorialized and people try to execute against it—even as some data and assumptions become quickly dated, even obsolete.  That’s the problem with this model. Business conditions change, sometimes quickly. External forces such as technological disruptions, market dynamics, new competition, and even global…

Workday Podcast: Workday’s CTO on Zero Trust Security and the Changing Nature of Work

For cybercriminals, crime does pay. According to cybercrime statistics, 43% of businesses experienced a cybersecurity breach in 2018, and the state of California alone lost more than $214 million due to cybercriminals. With this in mind, it might be hard to understand why businesses continue to default to a trust-first approach when it comes to protecting their data and IT infrastructure. In this episode…

The Changing Workplace, Part 2: Creating New Workplace Safety Policies

In the past, once a decision was made to implement a change in workplace policy, a company could plan that the policy would stay in place for the relatively long term. Not anymore.  “Gone are the days where HR and legal teams could have a phone call on Monday, make the change effective on Friday, and not talk in-between,” says Claire Deason, an employment…

The Changing Workplace, Part 1: Why Remote Work is Gaining Permanence

At the onset of the pandemic, many companies set up their employees to work from home as a response to shelter-in-place orders or a health and safety precaution. Now many are realizing that remote work is, well, working.  We reached out to Littler, an international labor and employment law firm Workday works with on product compliance issues, to get their front-line insights. Claire Deason,…

The Changing American Dream

I can remember my grandparents talking about the American Dream. Get a good job, with reasonable pay, maybe even a pension, own a house and a car, and be able to raise a small family. Anything beyond that was ice cream on your cake. It was a dream, not an expectation. They just wanted the opportunity to earn it. Virtually no entitlement whatsoever. The…