There is wisdom to be gained if organisations are willing to explore where a project went wrong without zeroing in on where to lay blame.
Australia has some of the highest levels of employee disengagement in the world and while HCM technology is often a starting point on the road to improving engagement, it isn't a panacea.
Few consultants can truly appreciate the project environment they are about to commence working within, so it is essential that they are able to hit the ground running.
As the gig economy flourishes, it continues to drive change in how work is completed and the ways in which workers and companies interact, and it has far-reaching implications for employers.
Technology has shifted the balance in how workforces are designed, employed, and engaged. We are already seeing the impact for workers, but what about organisations?
In delivering WFM, it pays to take heed of the lessons about how to eat the elephant: One bite at a time, hunker down for the ride, and grab the small but consistent wins.
Changes to Australian payroll reporting require businesses to update their payroll systems to accommodate the Single Touch Payroll. But should this be a WFM project or not?