Making the Most of Your Corporate Events in 2022

‘Tis the season for new year’s resolutions. We’re all thinking about how we can do better in 2022, and if you’re a vendor planning to host events in the coming year, 3Sixty Insights has some advice to share. We’ve seen many vendors going all-in on events in the COVID era. Some have been great; others, not so much. Below are our takeaways from the past few years. First, let’s agree that event hosts should always offer virtual options. Even as we prepare for more in-person events, we must continue to provide virtual accessibility. If COVID has proven one thing, it’s that we are all living with uncertainty: about the future, about the right decisions, and about our own and others’ comfort levels. At this point, […]

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Research Note: Choose Your Own Adventure: Returning to the Workplace, Protecting the Employee Experience

The world of work continues to claw back from its initial, hasty reactions to the pandemic and settle into more deliberate, longer-term responses and practices. In doing so, organizations have endeavored to recover from the disruption and make sense of the aftermath. Through surveys and introspection, many have examined the impacts their actions have had on their people. Against this backdrop, 3Sixty Insights continues with a keen interest in learning how related attitudes and realities have shifted around the employee experience—its importance, its priority. (3Sixty Insights BWSRP2154 – “COVID-19, WFH, and the Long View: Can HCM Protect the Employee Experience?,” May 2021). For one, our view of the relationship between HR and the employee experience has sharpened. Informed by observation, as well as interviews with […]

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3Sixty Insights #HRTechChat with Michael Spataro, Chief Delivery Officer for Legion

For this, the latest episode of the 3Sixty Insights #HRTechChat video podcast, our guest was Michael Spataro, chief delivery officer for Legion, a provider of advanced technologies for workforce management (WFM). Michael and I enjoyed a wide-ranging, at once practical and philosophical discussion of organizations’ relationship with their hourly workforce in the retail and service industries. Legion’s software excels in helping employers in these industries support a strong, positive employee experience for their hourly staff. In the summer of 2020, Legion published a report sharing the findings of a survey the vendor conducted. Respondents comprised about 500 wage and hourly employees and approximately the same number of managers, all in retail and the service industries. An top-line breakdown of the many findings is available in […]

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3Sixty Insights #HRTechChat with Adriana DiNenno of Infor

Adriana DiNenno was our guest for this, the latest episode of the 3Sixty Insights video podcast. Adriana has an intriguing dual role at Infor. As product manager of Infor People Solutions, she plays a leading role in informing the development of Infor’s solutions for talent in the workforce. She also helped found and co-chairs Infor People Wellbeing, an internal group focused on — as the name implies — supporting positive employee sentiment there. Note that the word is people, not employees. Increasingly, vendors and customers of software for human capital management are officially referring to their employees as their people, a more human term. As co-chair, Adriana had a vision to help create a place where Infor’s people can prioritize their mental health insomuch as […]

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Infographic: Outsourcing Global Payroll: Getting Ahead on Employee Experience, Data Security, and Compliance

Getting global payroll right is mission-critical, and a significant share of the responsibility for it falls on CIOs, naturally. Absent order for the enterprise software ecosystem touching global payroll, so much can go wrong. This profoundly affects an organization’s people. The infographic here delves into the specifics around outsourcing global payroll—the seven warning signs that you should do, the three major upsides for your organization, and more. Read the full Research Note here: Research Note: Outsourcing Global Payroll: The Impact on Data Security & Compliance. Read the full Research Note here: Research Note: Outsourcing Global Payroll: The Impact on Data Security & Compliance.

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Research Note: Outsourcing Global Payroll: The Impact on Data Security & Compliance

Payroll is a mission-critical activity. Personal fulfillment and career advancement are important, but for most people the main reason they go to work is for a paycheck. Get it wrong, and the ramifications can be swift and bruising. Nearly half (49 percent) of the workforce is willing to tolerate just two problems with their paycheck before beginning a new job search, according to The Workforce Institute at UKG. This is probably because 69 percent of individuals would experience financial difficulty if their paychecks were delayed for a week, according to results from a 2020 survey conducted by the American Payroll Association. It’s a phenomenon other data corroborate. Nearly four-fifths (78 percent) of the workforce lives paycheck-to-paycheck to make ends meet, according to CareerBuilder, whose findings […]

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Whole Brain HCM: Knocking Down Software Silos and Solving for Industries

Before discussing human capital management, let’s discuss the C-suite. There’s a domain of the C-suite fixated on orderliness, efficiencies, productivity, and mathematical measurement, and there’s a domain galvanized by people, creativity, inspiration, and emotionality. The first is the C-suite’s left brain, and the other is its right brain. For organizational success, the economics of our day demand all these preoccupations. Someone on the spectrum of autism may bring much indispensable, focused, unique value to a mission-critical project, yes. An artist may also. But an organization’s leadership singularly focused in just one of these or other ways falters. The C-suite that concentrates an inordinate portion of its energy in the proclivities of the left brain or the right will fail to function as a brain should—as […]

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