The Launch of Zuora Secure Data Share for Snowflake Is Only Logical

“Star Trek: The Next Generation” isn’t quite the original, but The Borg absolutely deserve a place in the Pantheon of Sci-Fi nemeses right beside Klingons, Tribbles, and Harcourt Fenton Mudd. It’s impossible to work with enterprise application software and not be fascinated by The Borg. Advances in automation are constantly and inexorably being assimilated back into the enterprise collective. (Resistance is futile.) General ledger achieves automated input from accounts receivable (financials). Next, AR becomes connected to sales (CRM). Eventually, sales bills directly from the catalog (procurement) and automatically feeds commissions (payroll), which pays employees (human capital management, HCM) via bank accounts (treasury), and it all eventually becomes “ERP.” Or so we’d like to think… The first rule of assimilation (sorry, that’s Deep Space 9) is […]

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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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Anatomy of a Decision: GBS Worldwide Elects to Expand Use of PandoLogic Following Early Success

What You Need to Know It’s a fact well-established that today’s job market looks very different from that of the pre-COVID-19 era. Naturally, talent acquisition practices have had to evolve just as dramatically. The teams responsible for finding and hiring qualified applicants to fill open roles have seen the challenges of their own jobs changing at a rapid pace, forcing innovation from the host of vendors vying for the opportunity to support them in their work. A large concentration of this has emerged in the realm of artificial intelligence. 3Sixty Insights has written previously about the ways in which sudden and widespread adoption of remote work practices has altered the workforce, breaking down geographical barriers and opening up the possibilities for both employers and employees […]

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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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Research Preview: Payroll, HCM, and Complexity: What Are the Big Concerns in Managing Remote, Global, or Otherwise Complex Workforces?

For 2022, 3Sixty Insights is exploring four main themes in human capital management (3Sixty Insights 3SIAG2214 – The 3Sixty Insights Human Capital Management Themes for 2022, January 2022). The following preview looks at the second of these, the title of this report. Background Throw the aftermath of a global pandemic on top of the already tall heap of concerns, and the complexities impacting payroll and human capital management for large enterprises have only grown over the past several years. Even just the payroll piece of the equation has always been fraught with challenges. Work from anywhere has become work from home, for example, further exacerbating the intricacies the typical global or exceptionally complex enterprise faces in paying employees, in a long-tail footprint of far-flung locations […]

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3Sixty Insights #HRTechChat with retrain.ai and Seyfarth Shaw LLP

Isabelle Bichler is co-founder and chief operating officer of retrain.ai. An employment litigation attorney, Robert T. Szyba is a partner at Seyfarth Shaw LLP. Both are well-qualified to discuss the at once inescapable and intriguing trends at the intersection of AI and human capital management, and they joined us as my guests for this episode of the #HRTechChat video podcast. retrain.ai is the creator of AI-based self-evolving ontologies that unearth the relationships at the intersection of an organization’s existing and future roles, its people, and their hard, soft and transferable skills. During the chat, Bichler provided an impassioned, detailed explanation on why this is so important — and why the development of responsible AI in this area is essential to helping leaders act equitably as […]

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