This Analyst Connection answers key questions related to total workforce management which is the practice of considering varied worker types (such as full- and part-time employees, workers on formal contracts for defined time periods or projects, freelance workers on no set timeline, workers assigned by third parties to support onsite facilities, employees of outsourcing service providers, and more) as part of an organization's total talent ecosystem.
This IDC white paper presents research that forecasts the skills and competencies that will be most in demand around the world by 2024. Many of these are "soft" skills that are in demand in nearly all occupations, but these skills will be in particular demand in jobs that are forecast both to enjoy high
growth and to be well above the median in salary potential.
Analyst looks at several examples of the transformational nature of information from traditional to digital approaches enabling work done in new ways across the organization.
The "people dimension" of digital transformation means that human resources (HR) organizations need to actively participate in contributing to better business outcomes through improved workforce visibility and effectiveness. Only with effective management and deployment of the enterprise's workforce resources can HR contribute directly to achieving positive business results.
Every enterprise, large or small, will be affected by the "people dimension" of digital business transformation. Innovative and disruptive technologies (cloud, mobility, big data and analytics, and social workflow) are creating new opportunities to support and accelerate this transformation.
This Customer Spotlight highlights the challenges, solutions and benefits the Four Seasons achieved with Workday's solutions to manage its talent acquisition and management process and related data.