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Integrating finance, HR ties performance data to financial results
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In today’s market, labor can be a sizeable and changing investment. Human resources departments aim to find the right people with the right skills, but without input from the financial team that can be a difficult task -- and that affects the bottom line. So financial departments need to play their part. But where do they come in? If the organization is smart, at the very start of the hiring process.
In this three-part guide, SearchFinancialApplications writers outline the ways in which HR and finance complement and benefit from one another -- and, more important, how to do so. First, veteran journalist Linda Rosencrance outlines “the business imperative” for HR and finance to work together, as well as questions and hurdles that must be addressed before organizations can effectively do so. For that to happen, business leaders need to take into account a variety of variables to decide on the best route to finance and HR integration. In the final piece, SearchFinancialApplications news writer Dan Ring offers up a case study that delves deep into the ways in which Workday HR and financials have paid off for debt collection provider Allied Global Holdings.
Table Of Contents
- Together, HR and finance add business value
- HR and finance must meet in the middle
- Workday HR and financials pay off for Allied Global