Workday supports Air Liquide’s HR transformation in Asia Pacific
Workday Human Capital Management (HCM) has been deployed by Air Liquide to digitally transform its HR processes and capabilities across Asia Pacific, with additional global deployments planned.
Air Liquide now joins over 4,150 global organisations that have chosen Workday HCM. The implementation of Workday HCM simplifies HR operations for Air Liquide and provides data for its more than 11,000-strong workforce across 13 countries in Asia Pacific.
Yee Lin Chong, Head of HR Digital Solutions, APAC, Air Liquide, said, “Thanks to the power of technology on one central cloud platform, with Workday we can bring about better employee experiences and hope to strengthen our brand as an employer of choice, which is crucial amid the intensifying war for talent. Following the successful deployment in Asia Pacific, we look forward to similar success with our counterparts in other geographies, and the plan is to replicate this globally, ensuring that Air Liquide will have one unified, consistent, and centralised HR platform worldwide.”
Through Air Liquide’s MyHR platform, employees can use Workday’s mobile and self-service capabilities to access information on teams, manage compensation, time entries, holidays, and time off. The platform also helps facilitate onboarding of new hires and provides visibility across the entire talent acquisition process and adds to Air Liquide’s current deployment of the Workday Recruiting, Workday Talent Management, Workday Learning, and Workday Adaptive Planning applications.
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Sandeep Sharma, President of Asia, Workday, concluded, “Digital agility is instrumental in helping ensure business success. Only by adopting innovative technology solutions that unlock insightful data, can organisations make faster decisions and help their workforce reach its full potential in a rapidly changing world.”