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Two-Thirds of NRF Top 100 Retailers Use UKG to Drive Operations, Optimize Teamwork, and Provide Agile Flexibility

LOWELL, Mass., and WESTON, Fla. | This week at NRF 2023: Retail’s Big Show, UKG showcased new innovations and enhancements for its full-suite human capital management (HCM) and workforce management experience. Two-thirds of all organizations on the NRF Top 100 Retailers list use UKG for AI-powered solutions that optimize productivity and performance, empower people, build inclusion, support compliance, and promote workplace fairness.
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UKG Great Place To Work Hub Unveiled at Aspire

LAS VEGAS, UKG Aspire 2022 | UKG today premiered the UKG Great Place To Work® Hub, an industry-first solution that combines decades of Great Place To Work benchmarks and Trust IndexTM survey results with UKG Pro human capital management (HCM) data to help leaders unlock the true drivers of engagement and performance at their organization and make more informed decisions about diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging across their teams. UKG made the announcement in front of thousands during its UKG Aspire conference, taking place in Las Vegas through November 9.
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What Would You Like to See Added to Corporate DEI Trainings?

Protocol | There are three fundamental shifts I’d like to see when it comes to improving corporate diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging efforts. First, is to reframe DEI&B “trainings” as foundational learning. In the corporate world, we all go through trainings, but these are almost always compliance-driven.
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Companies are Realizing They Need to Attract Talent with more than just a Good Salary — They Need to Pay for Higher Education and Childcare, Too

Insider | UKG, a human resources and workforce management software company created out of a merger between Kronos and Ultimate Software in spring 2020, offers a variety of benefits to support employees' financial needs at different stages of their lives, Dave Almeda, UKG's chief people officer, told Insider.
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Special Report: The New Laws of Talent Attraction

Chief Executive | Cecile Alper-Leroux has dedicated her life’s work to helping companies design the best possible experiences for people to achieve great things at work. These days, the veteran economic anthropologist is designing work experiences that extend beyond a physical workspace for the evolving work-from-anywhere model that many companies are adopting.
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Child Care is Getting More Support from Some Private Companies

NPR | Many companies began providing virtual programs for children, expanded flexibility for their employees, and grants to help families in need. David Almeda, the chief people officer at UKG, says the company launched new virtual programs. It offers virtual summer camps, for example.
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‘That’s Just How We Work’: How UKG Has Supported Working Parents During COVID

Employee Benefits News | For working parents, the pandemic has felt like one very, very long marathon. David Almeda knows this to be true. As the father of two children and the chief people officer at UKG, a HR technology company with 13,500 employees stretched around the globe, he’s had a front-row seat to the stress placed on families since the COVID-19 crisis began.
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How Companies are Helping Parents and Caregivers with ‘Work-Life Integration’

Boston Globe | During the pandemic — when 69 percent of working parents reported that helping their kids with remote learning negatively impacted their work performance, according to the employment website Indeed — Mahesh Ganesan needed to help his then-high-school senior with college applications. Ganesan, director of mergers and acquisitions integration at UKG, a Lowell technology company, worried that his son wasn’t receiving enough support remotely from his English teacher during a critical period at school.
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What Are You Thankful For?

SHRM | "These last two years have been relentless for HR professionals, who have continuously adapted to ever-changing situations all in the name of caring for their people," said Dave Almeda, chief people officer at HR tech company UKG, based in Boston. During the pandemic, the company successfully merged two 6,000-person global communities without layoffs, welcomed more than 2,000 new employees and increased its benefits spend by $35 million, he said.
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Committing to Change: 2022 HR Megatrends from UKG

LOWELL, Mass., and WESTON, Fla. | UKG (Ultimate Kronos Group) today announced its 2022 HR Megatrends.