About Nicole Lindenbaum

Nicole Lindenbaum is the Director of Product Marketing at PeopleDoc by Ultimate Software. Nicole leads the global messaging strategy for PeopleDoc by translating technology into business benefits HR can actually understand. With significant experience in HR technology, Nicole writes and speaks about HR service delivery, employee experience, digital transformation, and the future of work. Nicole holds a BFA from Syracuse University and an MBA from Washington University in St. Louis. She lives in Brooklyn, NY.

3 Benefits To Expect From Your HR Shared Service Center

When you choose to move to a shared services model for HR, you are likely taking stock of all the benefits you can achieve from your reorganization. An HR Shared Service Center (HRSSC) should have a direct positive impact on your service delivery, with many benefits to yield. Here, we’ll take a look at 3 benefits that you can expect from your HRSSC.

Your Checklist for a Successful HR Shared Service Center

The move to Shared Services can increase productivity and efficiency, saving significant time and costs. But there are several critical things to do in order to make sure your HR Shared Service Center is a success. We’ve put together a checklist to help you organize your priorities and guarantee that your HRSSC runs smoothly and effectively.

HR Agility: Providing Excellent HR Services to Your Employees

Today, continuously evolving environments are creating new demands for HR, and it’s crucial to keep up. In an increasingly globalized world, organizations must be flexible and agile enough to quickly respond to changes in order to maximize productivity and stay ahead of the curve. And supporting agility in HR enables your team to successfully and efficiently keep up with growing employee needs and expectations, as well as new requirements resulting from changes in regulations and policies. In this post, we’ll explore the ways that agility is fundamental to achieving maximized business results.

What To Look For In An HR Service Delivery Platform

You may already know that an HR Service Delivery platform provides employees and HR with consumer-like technology that makes it easier to complete HR processes, deliver HR services to employees, and get work done. But what are the key capabilities to look for when choosing a platform to invest in? Let’s take a look at the 5 must-haves for reinventing HR Operations and creating business value.

The Feasibility of HR Shared Services

Analysts and thought leaders have been touting the benefits of shared services for some time now, but many organizations have yet to implement shared services for HR. Many customers we speak with start the journey to HR shared services by assessing the feasibility of the project - it is a big undertaking and the costs and benefits should be weighed before proceeding. The good news is that most customers find the returns on invested time, money, and resources are well worth the initial investment. In this post, we’ll take a look at how you might evaluate the feasibility of switching to a shared services model, covering the kinds of investments you can expect to make in your transition as well as the significant benefits and valuable gains of an HR Shared Service Center.

Why Invest in an HR Service Delivery Platform?

Businesses are now operating in a new world. The rise of digital experiences in our everyday lives has reshaped employee expectations, and meeting employee expectations is now a fundamental driver for achieving valuable business results. Additionally, finding and retaining the right employees has been put center-stage by companies looking to achieve a real competitive advantage. As companies transform the way they interact with employees, HR has been spotlighted as a crucial component for maximizing talent retention, positive employee experiences and employee engagement, and productivity. In a quickly changing world, now is the time to invest in the tools and technology that will enable your business to see real results.

3 Reasons Good Offboarding Matters to Your Business

Though offboarding isn’t always a favorite task, it is a crucial one -- in fact, it’s just as important as onboarding. Good offboarding that’s accurate, effective, and time efficient can have expansive positive effects on your business. In this article, we’ll take a look at 3 reasons well-executed offboarding is valuable for you and your employees.