A top tier global design and delivery firm that provides professional services in planning, engineering, architecture, interior design, landscape architecture, surveying, environmental science, project management and project economics for infrastructure and facilities projects. It has over 22,000 employees, more than 400 locations in North America and seven locations internationally.
The company had grown rapidly in the last decade through mergers and acquisitions, and had just acquired an 11,000 person organization that spanned numerous geographies. Their M&A strategy had created disparate HR processes globally, the consequences of which were the lack of talent visibility across the organization and the inability to capture and utilize accurate data for strategic HR decision making. This acquisition was an opportunity for the HR and IT organizations to align on a strategy to bring HR systems and processes together, eliminate process inefficiencies and increase access to global talent data.
The company made the decision to move to HCM Cloud for Talent Acquisition, Talent Management, Learning, and Compensation. Baker Tilly utilized its Harmonize methodology prior to the start of the implementation to accomplish this alignment.
The alignment between the core project team and HR and business leadership early on and work accomplished during the Harmonize phase has set the client up to begin its HCM Cloud implementation and transform its talent strategy.