Workday advances employee engagement initiatives

Workday, a leader in enterprise cloud applications for finance and human resources, on Aug. 2 announced a new initiative to empower its 8,600-plus employees to better focus on their professional growth goals.

The workforce empowerment initiative centers on five key factors: contribution, capabilities, career, connections, compensation and recognition. The effort leverage's Workday's human capital management solution to allow employees to actively measure their own performance and create their own development and growth opportunities.

"Organizations that do not innovate their HR practices to help their people develop and reskill will fail to attract and retain top talent in today's competitive market," said Greg Pryor, senior vice president, people and performance, Workday. "When people are enabled to grow, perform in their roles and evolve their careers, it positively affects overall performance and delivers collective results for our colleagues, customers and company."

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