Thomson Reuters has launched an HR management and payroll system for 60,000 employees across 100 countries.
The system, provided by Workday, has replaced the media and information firm’s in-house system.
Thomson Reuters was involved in shaping several of the product’s applications in collaboration with its new provider, including talent management and time tracking.
Since it was launched in June 2013, more than 320,000 business processes and approximately 57,000 unique users have been recorded globally on the system.
The system includes:
- Enhanced predictive and risk mitigation for payroll, allowing payroll managers to gain early visibility into issues they can adjust prior to payroll processing.
- Reduced demand on HR for ad-hoc requests and administrative support, enabling HR managers to better partner with business leaders.
- Improved visibility into the business with real-time workforce analytics that more than 10,000 managers can access on tablet, smartphone and desktop.
- Integrated talent and performance management with a global base of employee information that drives hiring and sourcing decisions.
Sue Laskey-Myers, senior vice president of global HR solutions and service delivery at Thomson Reuters, said: “Thomson Reuters is committed to continually increasing the value that HR can infuse into the business and sees Workday as a partner for our success globally.
“With Workday, our employees, managers and executives have all of their information in one easy-to-access place for better, faster workforce management decisions across the world.”