Google Cloud has given UKG two awards for their diversity and inclusion work in DevOps, which include helping to stem employee burnout during COVID-19; showcasing the transformative power of tech solutions to create more equitable workplaces.
Google Cloud commended UKG, a global provider of HR, payroll, and workforce management solutions, for creating product design processes for UKG Pro, UKG Dimensions, and UKG Ready that promote accessibility and help customers build diverse teams and global workforces across their organisations.
The Google Cloud DevOps Awards, launched this year, presented awards to nine firms globally that have proven “transformative business outcomes through excellence in technology delivery.”
UKG were also honoured for helping customers reduce employee burnout during the pandemic via an “intelligent dimensions workforce management solution.” This solution allows for greater personal flexibility and autonomy and has helped approve nearly 25 million time-off requests, innovating and improving time-consuming processes.
UKG’s Life-work Technology™ approach to solution design provides people with autonomy which helps its clients, namely organisations, support the needs of their workforce. The success of its inclusive tech offerings has already been proven, with 38 UKG customers appearing on the 2022 Fortune 100 Best Companies to Work For® list.
Dustin Smith, DORA research lead at Google Cloud, said: “With our first-annual DevOps Awards, we’re shining a light on companies who are implementing DevOps practices to drive organisational success and elite performance while delivering the best customer experiences.
“DevOps continues to be a major business accelerator for many organisations, and we’re excited to celebrate the winning companies that are shaping the future of DevOps.”
Brian K. Reaves, Chief Belonging, Diversity, and Equity Officer at UKG, added: “Diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging is a business imperative for UKG. We strongly believe that, by having the team of people creating our products be representative of the people using our products, we will create the best possible experiences for everyone.
“We will continue to intentionally shape our UKG team to achieve this goal while constantly exploring opportunities to help our customers create diverse, high-performing teams through our products.”
In this article, you learned that:
- Google Cloud has given UKG two awards for its diversity and inclusion work in DevOps.
- UKG were also honoured for helping customers reduce employee burnout during the pandemic via an “intelligent dimensions workforce management solution.”
- This year, 38 UKG customers appeared on the 2022 Fortune 100 Best Companies to Work For® list.