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Four Keys to Successfully Managing a Multigenerational Workforce

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If your company has recently expanded to new offices or through mergers or acquisitions, you may have found yourself with multiple human resources (HR) systems. Consolidating these systems is a good way to reduce their total cost of ownership (TCO) and also obtain more accurate, immediate information about your workforce and HR functions. However, successful consolidation requires some know-how and best practices.

Read this e-guide to find tips and insights from experts including Forrester Research vice president and principal analyst Paul Hamerman and Gartner Research managing vice president Jim Holincheck, as well as real-world HR application consolidation examples that will help you to understand the:

  • Situations in which consolidation projects are most beneficial
  • Pros and cons of consolidating onto Software as a Service (SaaS) vs. on-premise vs. on-demand software
  • Top things you'll need to consider when devising your strategy
  • And more!

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