Japanese food company Ezaki Glico has chosen Workday Human Capital Management (HCM) to consolidate its employee data, view up-to-date organisational information, and create HR reports in real time.
Workday says the new HCM will allow the food company to have visibility into the most talented people internally as well as externally.
Domestic consumption in Japan is slowing down due to the country’s decreasing population, and Ezaki Glico is actively promoting its overseas business in areas including New Zealand, says Workday, in a statement.
Workday says its HCM system will also be used as a tool to manage employee data including career history, skills, and training records.
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