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UKG HR Service Delivery (formerly PeopleDoc’s HR Service Delivery) solutions were designed exclusively for HR to simplify complex operations and improve compliance. Even better, using our solutions, employees actually enjoy their experiences with HR.
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UKG People Assist Empower employees to resolve questions through a personalized portal, and to easily submit HR requests when they need extra help.
Our customers boost productivity. They energize their teams. They effortlessly manage global compliance. And now, they can't imagine work without UKG.
We took all of those documents that were part of the onboarding process and, first of all, made them [digital]. We made it so that they could be electronically signed and automatically stored in the employee’s file on PeopleDoc.
VP of HR Systems, American Express
We needed a solution to complement Workday for document retention, archiving, and reporting. PeopleDoc met that requirement and has been a true partner for our university's sustainability objectives.
AVP Business Process Integration, Georgetown University
Teva Pharmaceuticals has more than 40,000 employees spanning 60 different countries. Originally, the America-Israeli pharmaceutical company had seven shared service centers for all those employees—but in 2018, it decided to condense them into just two.
The COVID-19 vaccine is finally here, which means many businesses are beginning to think more seriously about when employees can safely return to the workplace. As a leader in your organization, one question is likely top of mind: How can we start preparing for the transition now? Whether your company plans to return to the office this year or is still waiting to make a firm decision, building a transition plan today will ensure fewer hiccups as the date approaches. A sustainable return-to-workplace framework must go beyond hand sanitizer and masks, taking the concerns and comfort levels of employees to heart. To guide your planning process, here are three core considerations to keep in mind.
In early 2020, many HR leaders were gearing up for performance review season and the mountain of paperwork that it would inevitably generate. Despite the fact that HR, employees, and even many managers dreaded this annual tradition, age-old best practices dictated that the reviews happen en masse and in person every year to prevent performance from slipping.