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Research Note: Global Mobility – Strategize for the Employee Experience and Related Organizational Success

What You Need to Know Traditionally, organizations have expanded into other countries in order to engage with new audiences in new ways and diversify perspectives to meet global demands, among other reasons that could vary from cost control, employee satisfaction and speed to market. What’s less traditional, but has been brewing for years, is the emergence of a borderless workforce. Catalysts precipitating this most viscerally have been advancements in technology to support payroll, compliance, employee communication, hiring, and collaboration across international organizational footprints that are vast. An even greater factor has been so-called economic globalism. In tandem to all this, attitudes over the idea of a borderless workforce have fallen in line, largely in support of the trend. Against this backdrop, the response of employers […]

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Market Alert: Neeyamo Announces Evolution Into Becoming a Global Employer of Record

What Happened With principal offices in California, U.S.A., the India-headquartered global human resource outsourcer (HRO) Neeyamo has announced that it will now be a global employer of record (EOR). Drawing on its leadership in significant niches of global HRO, including long-tail global HR and payroll, Neeyamo brings much expertise and experience to bear in taking on global EOR. Background Given the vendor’s origins and where it has been, this evolution in Neeyamo’s offering is intuitive. Take long-tail global HR and payroll, for example. A significant area of its expertise, which Neeyamo essentially pioneered, it refers to the activity an organization must undertake to support the employment of people in geographically distant locations where relatively few staff work for the employer. Consider the following hypothetical: A […]

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3Sixty Insights #HRTechChat with Rachel Jordan, Vice President of HCM Product Management at Unit4

Joining me for the #HRTechChat video podcast is Rachel Jordan. At Unit4, provider of business software for human capital management and enterprise resource planning, as well as financial planning and analysis, Rachel is vice president of HCM product management. Just like several of her fellow relatively new additions to leadership at Unit4, Rachel has a strong a pedigree in the industry. Unit4 is a vendor keen on finding the best ways to align and combine HCM, ERP and FP&A. The possibilities are intriguing, and you’ll be hearing more about these from 3Sixty Insights as we stroll through the second half of 2022. Think of this episode of the podcast as an appetizer. HCM technology (including the ethos behind it) has evolved drastically over the past […]

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Immedis Guest Blog Article: Global Payroll Data and its Importance to the CFO and CHRO

As it can be in life, so it can be in business: objectives and charters seemingly unrelated or even at odds with each other can be, as the cliché goes, two sides of the same coin. As the non-cliché goes, they can be complementing hemispheres. It’s often the case in the C-suite, as the Accenture-advocated idea of whole-brain leadership shows us. And it’s certainly the case in human capital management, as 3Sixty Insights’ concept of concrete and abstract HCM shows. What’s more, one kind of data can be comparably valuable to different stakeholders in the C-suite whose concerns might be seen, alternately, as left-brained vs. right-brained. Such is the case. certainly, when it comes to the needs of the chief financial officer and chief human resources officer. In a multinational […]

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On-Demand Webinar with Immedis: Global Payroll Data and its Importance to Decision-Making for the CFO and CHRO

As it can be in life, so it can be in business: objectives and charters seemingly unrelated or even at odds with each other can be, as the cliché goes, two sides of the same coin. As the non-cliché goes, they can be complementing hemispheres. It’s often the case in the C-suite, as the Accenture-advocated idea of whole-brain leadership shows us. And it’s certainly the case in human capital management, as 3Sixty Insights’ concept of concrete and abstract HCM shows. What’s more, one kind of data can be comparably valuable to different stakeholders in the C-suite whose concerns might be seen, alternately, as left-brained vs. right-brained. Such is the case. certainly, when it comes to the needs of he chief financial officer and chief human […]

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Research Agenda: Human Capital Management 2022

Many of the following themes for 2022 in human capital management build on the idea that every aspect of HCM has concrete and abstract expressions (3Sixty Insights BWSRN2142 – Concrete vs. Abstract HCM: The Power of “And,” April 2021)—easily measurable, tactical impacts (concrete), and less easily measurable, strategic impacts (abstract) all in the end affecting employee sentiment and, therefore, organizational success. This year’s themes also reflect the idea that advances in technology and in attitudes about HCM’s charter are blurring the lines between conventional silos of HCM. You cannot do performance management well anymore without combining it with better collaboration technology and a modern learning management system (LMS), for example. Even the long-ago newfangled term talent management has all but slinked away, replaced by notions […]

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3Sixty Insights #HRTechChat with Doug Dennerline, CEO of Betterworks

“The annual performance review process is pretty broken,” says Doug Dennerline, CEO of Betterworks and our latest guest on the 3Sixty Insights #HRTechChat video podcast. “It was created seventy years ago for hierarchical organizations,” which means it’s mismatched to manager-employee dynamics at most organizations today, according to Doug. His credentials and past experience leading well-known vendors in our space are formidable and lent gravitas to our discussion. And I happen to agree with him wholeheartedly. Years ago, in a previous professional life, I wrote about “a coming mass extinction in human capital management.” A result of advances in technology spurring an evolution in attitudes around how best to get the most out of employees, chief among the coming casualties would be the conventional, traditional annual […]

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