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LAS VEGAS, UKG Aspire | UKG today announced the winners of the 2023 Innovation Awards announced at UKG Aspire, which recognise customers leveraging AI-powered UKG technology and the power of their UKG partnership to create a great place to work and drive exceptional business results.
BENGALURU, India | UKG today announced its latest social impact initiative, The Udaan Centre, in collaboration with Lok Bharti, a leading vocational institution for skilling and reskilling in India. This initiative empowers women in the underserved urban center of Noida, India, with access to a sewing machine operator training course leading to a certification by the National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC), allowing them to have lifelong employability in India’s extensive textile industry.
LOWELL, Mass., and WESTON, Fla. | UKG, a leading provider of HR, payroll, and workforce management solutions for all people, has completed the acquisition of Immedis, a leading global payroll provider with technology and services supporting more than 160 countries and 120 currencies. With the acquisition closing, UKG announced the immediate launch of UKG One View, a multi-country payroll experience that instantly modernises and reimagines the traditionally fragmented, costly, and cumbersome global payroll model.
LOWELL, Mass., and WESTON, Fla. | To transform multi-country payroll with the HCM industry’s most adaptable, intelligent experience for multinational businesses, UKG Inc., a leading provider of HR, payroll, and workforce management solutions for all people, has reached an agreement to acquire Immedis, a leading global payroll provider with technology and services supporting over 160 countries. The acquisition, subject to closing conditions, is expected to be complete within 60 days.
BENGALURU, India | Wabtec Corporation, a leading global provider of equipment, systems, and digital solutions to the Indian Rail Transportation sector, is using UKG to help support its rapid growth in the Indian market.
The Workforce Institute at UKG Survey: More Than Half of Workers in India Wouldn’t Want Their Children to Have Their Job
BENGALURU, India | Standing at the threshold of the future of work, The Workforce Institute at UKG, which provides research and education on critical workplace issues facing organizations around the world, surveyed employees and leaders across 10 countries to get a pulse of how they really feel about their jobs. According to the results, India ranked the highest with 66% of employees stating that they wouldn’t recommend their profession to their children or any young person that they care about, while 67% wouldn’t recommend their employers.
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