Now, HR can easily serve employees anytime, anywhere.
UKG HR Service Delivery (formerly PeopleDoc’s HR Service Delivery) solutions were designed exclusively to simplify complex HR operations and 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 personalised portal, and to easily submit HR requests when they need extra help.
Our customers boost productivity. They energise their teams. They effortlessly manage global compliance. And now, they can't imagine work without UKG.
Director, People Systems, Biogen
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
Our HR practices were not adapted to our workforce, the challenges of tomorrow, or the image we wanted to convey to the younger generations. In cumulative time, I think it took us 10 days, spread over three months.
Responsible for payroll & personnel administration, Nestlé France
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
SVP, HR Global Digitization & Services, Atos
Why should your HR department go digital? In this — the first in a series on the main productivity killers for HR — we take a look at the specific problems that something as simple as paper-based processes are causing for HR teams, it’s worrying impact on the environment, and what needs to be done. Any process that creates more physical paperwork for HR, like the paper trail of documents created in everyday HR admin and all the repetitive tasks involved, means less time for HR to focus on its real, strategic purpose: keeping the demands of admin to a minimum and thinking about people and the business.
In adversity, there is also opportunity. If there is one positive thing that has emerged from 2020 and the Covid-19 pandemic, it could be that some businesses have achieved extraordinary transformations, even in the face of massive disruption. The enforced impetus for change, the goodwill of many employees in engaging with uncertainty, and a big leap forward in the use of technology and the virtual world, have all combined to give us a unique insight into the potential for HR to transform workplace productivity.