Do you know how many times your employees didn’t come on shop on time, or show up, with or without an excuse? How can you optimize the performance of your retail workforce? What are the current trends in human capital management in the retail sector that may inform your approach?
Ceridian Corporation, a source of human capital management solutions, announced that its Dayforce HCM application is being used by a number of leading retailers to analyze the workforce to optimize human capital.
"We are pleased that leading retailers are choosing Dayforce HCM to further engage and retain employees while leveraging their workforce to remain competitive and profitable," said David Ossip, president of Ceridian Dayforce. "Retailers of all sizes are embracing the benefits a single application with no interfaces provides. Dayforce HCM with one employee record, one user experience and zero interfaces is designed to deliver the results that retailers and those they employ, demand."
Dayforce HCM, a single application, helps you to manage employee payroll, tax, workforce management, benefits and human resources. It enhances employee engagement and productivity, while greatly reducing administration time and costs.
Ceridian garnered wide industry recognition and praise for Dayforce HCM from influential analysts and experts. The company has also won the inaugural Ventana Research Technology Innovation Award in the category of Human Capital Management for Dayforce HCM.
"Ceridian Dayforce is an incredible partner," Julie Sedlock, group vice president of store operations at Aéropostale, said in a statement. "The company's service resources have been outstanding and the team's expertise runs deep. I'm impressed with their knowledge and responsiveness which speaks highly of both the quality of the organization and the application."
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Edited by Braden Becker