onboarding with workdayhttps://www.trustradius.com/hr-managementWorkday Human Capital ManagementUnspecified8.33081012014-11-04T16:26:33.335Z
Updated March 03, 2015
onboarding with workday
Score 9 out of 101
- Human Capital Management
- Integration Cloud
Overall Satisfaction with Workday HRMS
Workday is being implemented to integrate platforms for performance management, compensation management, and general people management. Today we use multiple systems for position management and are retiring old systems for each of these processes in order to consolidate and expedite.
- Workday is enabling consistent, streamlined reporting across HR and the business
- Workday will allow managers access to worker history that we have never been able to package and put online before.
- We are working to integrate with SAP payroll and there are challenges in mapping things like action/reasons and infotypes. This is in the details and it's where we are spending most of our time.
- The product / methodology is light on documentation and this is difficult when it comes to communicating the changes to the business.
- SAP and Oracle Fusion
Workday was the clear solution for us. The interface is easier to use, and provides more information about a business process to the involved parties. We are looking for as much information as possible to be accessible and this is the best way for us to get it across all the involved processes that touch HR.
Workday is great for mid-size companies and it's important for a user to document priorities prior to starting the project, but also to be flexible during the implementation. I think our major difficulties are encountered when we are unable to agree to a global process, which is absolutely critical in a global implementation.
Workday HCM Feature Ratings
Using Workday HRMS
It is work to make one system the source of truth for our data, but now that it is done, there is less work involved in staying on this path. This means for us that maintaining and/or implementing new modules like performance, finance, talent, etc. is simple. It's a no-brainer.