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Workforce planning strategies to meet the federal hiring freeze

HR Times

Will the hiring freeze issued on January 22, 2017, by the White House be part of a longer-term strategy to reshape the federal workforce? How will a reshaped workforce impact agencies’ abilities to support operations and mission needs? These are some questions that many federal human capitalists are asking themselves in the wake of the recent Presidential Memorandum that placed a 90-day freeze on hiring. Justify hiring exemptions using data-driven workforce analyses.

Workday Podcast: Getting in on the Act with Active Planning

Workday

Making a plan isn’t typically the hard part, but sticking to it is. Today, technology can enable active planning, which is updated continuously and can guide the business. I talked to Kerman Lau, vice president of financial planning and analysis at Adaptive Insights, about active planning: what it is, why it matters, and what successful planning looks like. Listen on SoundCloud: Workday Podcast: Getting in on the Act with Active Planning.

Reorganizing for the future: Eight federal workforce perspectives

HR Times

The guidance issued by the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) on April 12 provides additional direction to agencies, specifically around six factors to address in their plans, to include workforce reductions and cost savings. Each agency is required to submit an initial plan to OMB by June 30 with a final plan due on September 30. Federal workforce programs are many times viewed as an “easier means” to cut costs.

Reorganizing for the future: Eight federal workforce perspectives

HR Times

The guidance issued by the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) on April 12 provides additional direction to agencies, specifically around six factors to address in their plans, to include workforce reductions and cost savings.

ERP/EPM and HCM Together: Why Tackle Them at Once?

Oracle HCM - Modern HR in the Cloud

You’re moving up from an individual contributor to a management position, which impacts your purchasing authority, approval workflows, travel allowances, and pay structure. Finance and human resources functions have traditionally run their own systems (often on-premises), data, and processes. If an employee’s role changes with a promotion to a different business unit, all of those changes are immediately reflected across ERP, EPM, and HCM systems.

300+ Women Leaders in HR! These Women in HR Bring a Unique Blend of People & Strategic Skills.

CakeHR

Even though HR is known to be a female dominated profession, there’s still much room for improvement in the top C-suite positions, especially when it comes to closing the gender pay gap (something we will know in more detail following data received from the Equal Pay Day 2018 deadline). Alina Roscina (Vingre) , VP Human Resources at airBaltic. Angela Trombatore , global content, social & marketing innovation manager. HR Data Integration.

60+ Top Global Influencers in HR Tech of 2019

Digital HR Tech

Hayal has extensive experience on topics including (among others) the evolution of the gig & on-demand economies, global talent strategy, workforce flexibility, and diversity. They also look at the change management and change readiness capabilities users need to have in place for a successful adoption of the technology. Ellyn Shook – Chief Leadership & Human Resources Officer at Accenture. Naomi Bloom – Managing Partner Bloom & Wallace.

The Business of HR

HRO Today

As the CHRO of any organization, running the management of human capital is no easy feat. It’s a higher bar in my view,” says Dave Almeda, vice president and CHRO of Kronos , a human capital management and workforce management solutions provider. Karen Crone of Paycor says overseeing HR at a leading provider of human capital management software can drive greater collaboration. “I

3 Tech Tools No HR Department Should Be Without

Insperity

Let’s take a look at three key technology systems that, when working in unison, can help you go from feeling like an office manager to finally feeling like the HR director. W-4 changes, pay raises, etc.) And for changes that will be standard going forward, such as a pay raise or new 401(k) deduction, there is no need to enter this again. Performance management software. Managers often don’t complete performance reviews on time, or at all.