When Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont took office, he had a daunting task on his agenda: centralizing and modernizing the state’s administrative operations. Like many public sector entities, the State of Connecticut hadn’t exactly kept pace with technological advancements. A number of its processes, including those in HR, were outdated, uncoordinated, and inefficient — costing the state money and its employees valuable time.
In a typical year, half of Unilever France’s 2,200-strong workforce are located at the head office, while the rest are spread across six factories. Naturally, the needs of those working at HQ are a little different than those on the factory floor, presenting a challenge for the HR team. To ensure they could provide the same exceptional experience to all employees, while also enabling more individualized support, the team turned to UKG HR Service Delivery, formerly PeopleDoc, for help moving their HR processes and files onto a unified digital platform.
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.