October 15, 2015: 2 p.m. - 3 p.m. EST
by Jim O'Connell
The following is adapted from an article that appears in the Fall 2015 inaugural issue of Ceridian HCM’s connect magazine.
Democratic and Republican candidates are already focusing on next year’s presidential election and the #1 issue could be income inequality.
No one disputes that the rich are getting richer and everyone else is staying the same or losing ground. Since 1979 the inflation-adjusted incomes of the top 10% have soared while the incomes of the middle 60% and the bottom 20% of households have stagnated. Inflation-adjusted median household income in 2013, $51,939, was actually lower than it was in 1999. Read more.
In their recent Technology Value Matrix for the first half of 2015, Nucleus Research places Ceridian and our Dayforce HCM application strongly in the Leadership quadrant - and top in usability. Nucleus indicates the certain factors as contributors to Ceridian’s rapid rise and increasing strength in cloud human capital management.
Read the entire analysis of Nucleus for more information about how Ceridian and Dayforce HCM lead the technology value matrix in 2015.