Join us for our webinar series, in partnership with
In our new webinar series, in partnership with HR Review, we will explore each of the four market trends we identifed in our research, through a post-Covid lens. Drawing on insights from internal experts from SD Worx and some very special guests from the HR, Payroll and Transformation industry, we will get to the bottom of each trend and provide practical advice that you can put into practice.
The Market Trends
In our recent survey of 3,000 companies across 11 European countries we uncovered four transformative market trends that are rapidly changing the nature of work:
For decades, HR has been built around a set cadence of lifetime careers, permanent jobs, monthly payroll and fixed locations. Today, employees want more control and fluidity around work.
The rise of digitalisation makes the fluid work movement possible. Connected systems are needed to boost efficiency, enhance collaboration, streamline workloads and facilitate accurate information flows.
One-size-fits-all permanent contracts are relics of the past. Embracing flexible working means unprecedented agility for companies and their people – but it also more payroll and HR complexity.
Employees want tools that simplify their daily administrative tasks. They want consistent user experiences across workplace applications and a frictionless way to interact.
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Built for Transformation
Digital transformation projects are at the top of the priority list post-pandemic. Tools that unlock digital HR processes, boost efficiency, enhance collaboration, reduce workloads and facilitate accurate information flows are shaping workforces around the globe.
But just how digitally mature are companies today? Are they satisfied with the way things are going or are they planning new projects? How can they ensure their digital transformation projects are a success?
Join Bob Rehill, from Bob Rehill and Associates, Georgina Hendley, Transformation Programme Manager from SD Worx and Stephen Ousley, Head of Portfolio from SD Worx, for this on demand webinar, where you’ll discover:
- How can you achieve high digital HR maturity and what are the benefits?
- What type of digital transformation projects are businesses prioritising?
- What impact does automation/integration of HR and payroll processes/systems have on employee experience?
Workforce management in the age of fluidity
The switch to mobile, remote and flexible working, combined with a mix of permanent and contingent talent, presents challenges to effective workforce management.
By integrating payroll with the entire people suite, including talent and workforce management, organisations have a single source of truth for seamless data sharing between departments. This enables greater insights and control over operations which leads to more accurate, efficient and agile ways of working.
Join Bob Rehill, from Bob Rehill and Associates, and Cathy Geerts, Chief HR officer at SD Worx, for this webinar, where you’ll discover:
- The benefits of fluid workforce management and how this can be achieved
- Payroll’s impact on fluid workforce management and how to get the foundations right
- How to adapt your talent management strategy to focus on fluid capabilities
The flexible work revolution
One-size-fits-all permanent contracts are relics of the past. Embracing flexible contracts and work assignments means that both businesses and employees gain unprecedented agility – but this also means more complex payroll and HR processes.
With Covid-19, employers have a new challenge on their plates. Will their current skill needs look differently tomorrow? Fluctuations in demands make it difficult to plan ahead and companies are increasingly being forced to rethink their workforce management strategies. When employers need to bridge skill or competency gaps, the choice isn’t just between hiring permanent or contingent workers.
Join us for this webinar, where you’ll discover:
- The rise of the contingent workforce and the business benefits
- Buy, borrow, or build talent – which is right for your business?
- How to ensure legal compliance across payroll & HR when building a flexible workforce
Designing the employee experience
Covid-19 has changed the employee experience landscape. Not only has it altered the type and frequency of touch points, it has forced HR professionals and entrepreneurs to rethink their employee experience strategies.
Employees want tools that simplify their daily administrative tasks and the search for information. They want consistent user experiences across workplace applications. They want a smooth, frictionless way to interact with their managers and employers. On top of that – they expect a personalised experience that makes them feel valued as an employee.
Join us for this webinar, where you’ll discover:
- Employee experience drivers – what do employees really want?
- How to create a personalised experience at every HR touch point
- The understated power of employee self-service