With the imminent launch of Workday #32, we took some time to look at some of the newest features making their way to the system. The list below is a selection of updates we think will have an impact on your Workday system. Some of the new updates are readily available, others need configuration.
In an ideal world, you’d have an entire team lined up from Day 1 to keep everything efficient and proactive. But you have process and budgetary constraints and need to balance your recruitment with them.
So let’s take a realistic look at Workday hiring.
You need your own team during the design phase
Having spoken to hundreds of people with Workday implementation experience – and had Workday training myself – the surest way to keep down total project cost is to at least have your project manager, functional lead, integrations person, data specialist and any stream leads on board during the design phase.
There are 2 reasons for this:
Insider advice on your Workday hiring needs and what a successful hiring campaign looks like. Where to look for Workday specialists with the skills you need. What to say to candidates during the recruitment process. What to offer to increase your chance of securing your preferred candidate. How to onboard them (to boost your reputation as an employer). How to engage and retain them (to get maximum value from your staff and solution)
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For clients with an urgent need for a skill set, with severe time constraints or project related.
Individual hires, Practice building, Division building, Project team building – long term roles.