I'd like to introduce you to Workday® Journeys, which is part of the Workday People Experience (PEX.) Before jumping into Workday Journeys, a high level breakdown of the Workday People Experience (PEX.) There are 3 parts to PEX: Workday Today: This is the new homepage. For now it is optional, and could be turned on based on security groups if you would like to test it out first. This is currently in limited general availability, but will be released to more customers soon.
Every Workday release comes with dozens of updated features. But, finding the enhancements that will yield the highest payoff for your effort can be difficult and time consuming. So, we’ve dug through all of the release notes for you and created Feature & Adoption Resource Cards to highlight the most exciting and impactful changes coming in 2020R2 and what those changes mean for you. Our team has decades of experience, going back to Workday-3 in 2007. We know that the releas
Summer is winding down, and now it must be...school season? Well, unless you count the kitchen table, not where I live. Hopefully for some of you though. But it is 2020R2 season, and however you pronounce it, it's here.
Despite hitting the pause button on office work and in-person events (crying emoji for Rising 2020, but looking forward to the end of Sept Share-a-thon and Workday Olympics), Workday has brought us a bounty of new features to be excited about as recruiting p
Let’s talk about dashboards, decision makers love them. They show data in a way that’s easy to understand, they’re visually appealing, and they reduce the time it takes to analyze a topic. However, for analysts they can be a headache: Creating multiple matrix reports Trying to find the right fields and data sources to ensure the dashboard is performant Finding a domain that supports all your reports Running the reports over and over to find the best graphical representation o