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Alight Named Winner of the 2022 Workday Partner Innovation Awards in the Retail & Hospitality Industry


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Alight Solutions announced it was named a winner of the 2022 Workday Partner Innovation Awards in the Retail & Hospitality Industry.

 

The 2022 Workday Partner Innovation Awards honour select Workday Services and Software partners for their expertise in and commitment to accelerating innovation to customers while extending key Workday solutions. Alight was selected for its Position to Performance solution, enabling organisations to streamline, manage and measure the recruiting, hiring and onboarding process using Workday Prism Analytics and Workday Extend.

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Workday Prism Analytics supports the analytics and reporting needs of finance, HR, and line-of-business managers with a data hub that blends Workday transactional data with external operational data. Workday Extend is a low-code platform for Workday customers and partners to confidently build, deploy and manage new apps and experiences that run on and work with Workday.

High-volume hiring is a consistent challenge for retail and hospitality businesses. With Workday, Alight’s solution enables efficiencies in the recruiting and onboarding process and provides an engaging end-user experience for workers who begin new roles.

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