Our Most Read Blogs of 2018 – Part 2
With only two weeks to go until 2019 is finally here, we’re looking back at some of our most read blogs from the previous 11 months. The first group, which we shared on Dec. 4, included a letter from our CEO Trey Campbell, an open enrollment checklist, and thought leadership pieces on hypercare and GDPR compliance. Today’s collection includes posts on Workday 30, release management and future proofing for payroll.
Workday 30 – 4 Exciting, No Assembly Required Enhancements
When Workday 30 is released on March 10, a host of new features and enhancements will be available for every Workday customer. Some of these new features and enhancements, which span the spectrum of Workday’s suite of enterprise software applications, will require configuration while others will be enabled automatically with no extra work necessary.
Payroll Best Practices: 3 Ways to Future Proof Your Processes
Listed as one of the top human resources trends of 2018 by Forbes, future proofing is about helping your organization and your people pivot so that you can confidently face the future together.
The Homeowner’s Guide to Workday Release Management
Though unparalleled in its efficiency and user friendliness, Workday still requires post-deployment maintenance. With the right resources, that work can be done entirely within your organization. But for many others, it makes more sense to lean on a Workday service partner with proven expertise.
3 Workday Community Resources to Bookmark for W30
In the weeks leading up to the release of Workday 30, one of the most valuable sources for information, whether or not you’re working with a Workday service partner, is Workday Community. Below are three Workday Community resources you’ll want to bookmark as you prepare for Workday 30’s March 10 release date.
As the year wraps, we want to thank everyone who visited our blog in 2018. We look forward to sharing new insights and lists with you next year. Until then, we hope everyone has a great holiday season.