Christian Aid moves HR processes to the cloud
24 May 2019by Chloe Green
Christian Aid has brought in human capital management (HCM) firm Ceridian's Dayforce mobile app
to manage many of its HR processes.
In response to increasing mobility, Christian Aid looked for a strong mobile offering to streamline performance and allow employees, volunteers and managers perform their daily roles.
The new coud-based app allows individuals the freedom to choose what device they use to monitor tasks and freedom from physical location. The charity also looked for a platform to help managers communicating with colleagues in multiple languages through the message centre.
Dayforce brings together data from across the entire employee lifecycle to enable better decision-making, combining HR, payroll, benefits, workforce management, and talent management.
Erik Zimmer, Chief Strategy Officer, Ceridian said: “Our approach has always been to simplify the work environment for our customers and their employees. Given the importance of benefits in our day-to-day lives, employees need data and analytics to empower them to make smart choices. We see the addition of Dayforce Benefits Decision Support as one more tool for their convenience.”
A global challenge
For more than seventy years, Christian Aid has been working in some of the world’s poorest communities where there is a great need, regardless of religion, to provide urgent and effective humanitarian assistance, advocacy, and development.
The platform will help Christian Aid to deliver real-time, actionable insights and improve people operations across 35 countries.
“We wanted a solution that would help simplify our organisation’s increasingly complex HR practices and compliance requirements – and Dayforce ticked all the boxes,” said Nicola Williams, Head of People, UK and Ireland, Christian Aid.
“To find a product in the marketplace that allows our team to manage staff across 35 countries, from a single system at any time, is really exciting. We plan to leverage insights across Dayforce to ask better questions and make more informed decisions.”
“With workers’ expectations of their employers increasing, and companies operating across borders dealing with elevated levels of regulatory complexity, charities like Christian Aid are realising that technology can help them navigate the changing world of work,” said Ross Tracey, Managing Director, Ceridian Europe.
“Today’s employee wants to engage with their employer from anywhere with any device and, with Dayforce, Christian Aid is getting a modern platform and unified suite that was built to ensure the employee experience is very intuitive.”
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