Employee experience (EX) is the number one trending topic for business leaders in 2022.
Long-term remote work has fundamentally altered the relationship between employees and employers. According to a study by Gartner, only 29 percent of employees today believe HR understands what they need and want.
Today, companies need to augment workplace experience using technology throughout the flow of work. They need to ease day-to-day interactions, and keep employees engaged, productive and successful.
And employees are looking beyond material perks and are motivated to find a company that understands jobs coexist with personal lives. They want to belong to a culture that supports their growth and well-being, both inside and outside the office.
This April 20, tune in to hear how HR leaders from Hilton and McDonald’s approach EX.
Also, learn about the newest innovations from Oracle Cloud HCM and discuss how these capabilities support your EX strategy with a personalized approach—one that can adapt and support employees’ new, unmet, and frequently changing needs.
Here are the leaders leading the discussion:
Eric Cohen, Senior Director, Human Resources and Payroll Technology, Hilton
Eric Cohen is the senior director of HR and payroll technology at Hilton. In his current role, Eric leads Hilton’s HR technology team and oversees core technologies that support HR, absence management, digital assistants, US and UK payroll, and recruitment.
Mike Oldham, Senior Director of HR Operations, Global People, McDonald’s Corporation
A strategic leader with diversified experience across disciplines and geographies, Mike Oldham currently serves as the senior director of HR operations for McDonald’s Corporation in their Global People function. In this role, Mike is responsible for leading the strategic and day-to-day people operations for more than 60,000 McDonald’s staff and company-owned restaurant employees in the US and Canada.
Chris Leone, Senior Vice President, Oracle Cloud HCM
Chris Leone is senior vice president of development for Oracle Human Capital Management (HCM) Cloud, including Oracle Cloud HCM Suite and PeopleSoft. In this role, he’s responsible for the strategy and product management, development, and go-to-market functions that deliver modern HR in the cloud to global users.
In an earlier interview with People Matters, Chris Leone spoke about how HR should bring data skills.
Nancy Estell Zoder, Vice President, Product Strategy, Oracle Cloud HCM
Nancy Estell Zoder is vice president for Oracle Cloud Human Capital Management (HCM) product strategy. She is responsible for the strategic direction of cloud-based HCM offerings for global HR, workforce planning, help desk, global payroll, compensation, benefits, absence management, time and labor, and work-life solutions.