The State of Oregon

Workday HRIS Implementation

Implementing Workday HRIS at The State of Oregon

Background

Oregon State Government’s previous HR system relied on outdated processes and shadow systems, hindering enterprise-wide cohesion and the ability to harness reporting capabilities for critical decision-making. Navigator implemented a Human Resource Information System (HRIS) that meets the business needs of users by delivering comprehensive functionality, valuable reporting, increased efficient, and improved risk-management while remaining relevant with a robust self-service function.

Approach

The Workday implementation addressed system deficiencies and provided an overdue user-friendly integration of human resource processes. The state government can expect the following functionality with the implementation of Workday: human capital management, recruiting, compensation, absence management, position budget and planning and talent.

Results

Navigator’s implementation of Workday provided the Oregon State Government with improved employee productivity, reduced operational complexity and quick compliance with ever-changing legal and regulatory requirements. The expected benefits also include workflow approvals, role-based security, mobile readiness, solution integration and more.