Tag: Oracle HCM Cloud

Linda Currey Post, Human Capital Management Cloud content strategist for Oracle Content Central, wrote in Forbes about how Britain's Co-op food stores leveraged Oracle HCM Cloud to recruit and retain top talent that had the qualifications to do it all.

Vasundhara Mohite, Associate Director in Oracle Solutions Practice at Cognizant, wrote an Oracle blog about how to maximize the power of your workforce with Oracle HCM Cloud.

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As part of the Human Capital Management (HCM) Cloud special interest group (SIG) meeting on October 21, 2019, Fady Bishara, Senior Cloud Technologist at Oracle, gave a demonstration of the HCM Data Loader (HDL) tool.

Dec 9 @  3:00pm

Have you started to plan for your Oracle Cloud Payroll end of year activities? Heather McAninch, Oracle Senior Principal Product Advisor, and Randy Messer, Oracle Strategic Program Manager, HCM Development will share important information about the Calendar Year 2019 US and Canada Payroll Year-end Program Review. Presented by Heather McAninch & Randy Messer, Oracle *By…

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Nov 12 @  3:30pm

Whether your organization is still in the evaluation phase or has already made the leap to the cloud, it is imperative to understand its potential danger and pitfalls. In this session, we will cover the five types of cloud risks and explore methods organizations can use to analyze and manage those risks. Presented by Bert…

John Soat, Oracle BRANDVOICE brand contributor, wrote in Forbes about how smart technology in HCM Cloud makes HR more personal. Oracle has added a range of new features to its Cloud-based human resources applications, including extensive self-service functions, "smart" controls, and expanded point-to-point connectivity - all facilitated by a mobile-device-oriented, voice-enabled digital assistant powered by artificial intelligence (AI). The new features derive from Oracle's overall application strategy - characterized by voice recognition through a mobile interface, an intuitive and pervasive digital assistant, and a recommendation engine whose machine learning algorithms allow it to constantly improve.