Identifying your employees’ needs in the “new normal” and addressing them properly will help you in engaging them and caring for their well-being. Protecting employees and ensuring that they feel safe will create a positive return-to-work employee experience.
Go-live is often the most exciting — and frustrating — phase in an HCM implementation.
This year’s open enrollment period may offer a glimpse of the new normal. Employees are more interested in their benefits and in need of more support choosing them than they were before the COVID-19 pandemic.
An excellent experience is essential for engaging employees in open enrollment.
Change management has long been a core function of human resource departments. From job changes to technology implementations to corporate reorganizations, HR has smoothed transitions from the old way of working to the new.
Employee churn is costly. From recruiting to onboarding to training, it’s clear that replacing an employee who voluntarily leaves your company takes time and money.
Change management is crucial for the success of your HR technology implementation. Too many HR tech projects fail to produce the desired benefits because they were not implemented properly.
Flexibility could trump efficiency in the new normal.
Think of project management and change management as two sides of a coin. Though they differ, you can’t have one without the other.
It was only a year ago that improving the employee experience was a fundamental tactic in a war for talent. As 2019 was ending, companies were fighting for top employees in a historically competitive labor market in which organizations could not fill positions as fast as they opened.