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LONDON, UK | UKG, a leading provider of HR, payroll, and workforce management solutions for all people, is one of the World’s Best Companies of 2023, according to TIME magazine. The inaugural list honors companies from across industries with great workplace cultures, continued business growth, and positive sustainability practices.
Global Coffee Giant transforms store staffing, increases efficiency by 65% with AI-Powered UKG technology
LONDON, UK | UKG today announced that Costa Coffee, one of the world’s largest and best-known coffee shop chains, is optimising store staffing and strategically planning long-term labour decisions with AI-powered UKG workforce planning and forecasting solutions for frontline and hourly workers.
LONDON, UK | UKG, a leading provider of HR, payroll, and workforce management solutions for all people, today debuted its 2024 HR Megatrends that will shape the world of work for millions of employees and organisations across industries. The company will discuss the 2024 HR Megatrends in depth — including what they mean for the workforce and what organisations can do to best support their people in 2024 — during the UKG Aspire conference this week in Las Vegas.
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.
LONDON, UK | UKG, a leading provider of HR, payroll, and workforce management solutions for all people, today introduced its second cohort of early-stage companies — from four different countries — as part of its fast-growing, in-house global startup ecosystem and virtual laboratory, UKG Labs.
LONDON, UK | Don’t call it a takeover, AI’s been here for years. A new global study from HR, payroll, and workforce management software provider UKG reveals that many people use AI daily both at home and at work, and it’s already making millions of jobs easier — employees just don’t know it. This disconnect underscores the need for greater transparency from companies using AI and more insight into the benefits of prioritising AI at work to help build trust with employees, increase productivity, and improve business outcomes.
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