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What’s New in Utmost: Q4 2020
Preview the latest updates to Utmost released in Q4 2020. See how collaborative workflows, enhanced Workday integration, and deeper worker profiles will save your team time and ensure you have accurate reporting and visibility into your extended workforce.
Visibility for Complex Work Arrangements:
Maintain accurate reporting on your extended workforce by capturing all the engagements a worker may have. Instead of creating duplicate workers which complicates reporting, you can use Utmost to record all engagements and push the primary engagement to Workday.
Track multiple engagements for employees with gig work: Record temporary engagements that an employee has with an enterprise. For example, a worker may be an employee nurse in one department within a healthcare provider, but a student worker in another department.
Orchestrate and Automate Workflows with More Flexibility:
Automate HR and Procurement processes with configurable workflows tailored to your business. Whether it’s onboarding, offboarding, or other regular business processes, you can use Utmost to trigger actions for relevant parties.
You can save even more time by including workers or suppliers directly in the workflow process - they can enter data in forms that you create or get notified by Utmost if they need to complete a task.
Trigger workflows based on business rules: Use properties such as job profiles, locations, departments, etc to trigger specific workflows such as onboarding. For example, based on a specific job profile and geography, you could notify IT to provide a worker with certain systems access.
Automate onboarding flows with supplier and worker participation: Trigger notifications or actions for workers or suppliers to participate in a workflow. Reduce back-and-forth communications by letting workers and suppliers enter relevant data or move forward with processes such as background checks without a lengthy email chain.
Route requests based on roles: Define roles independent of specific people relationships. For example, regardless of who the Contingent Workforce Program Manager is, you can create workflows that automatically route requests to that person because of their defined role.
Configure unique forms: Create custom forms with whatever fields fields you need for any specific workflow. Whether it be a public worker application or a candidate submission process or onboarding, you can create forms for suppliers or workers or hiring managers to enter the relevant data. This reduces the data-entry burden for the enterprise teams.
Enhanced Workday Integration
Leverage processes and fields that you have already built in Workday within Utmost. Not only does this save your team time from re-entering information, but it ensures that your workforce data is consistent and accurate.
Duplicate worker checks: You can now check if a worker record is already in Workday so that you don’t create multiple worker profiles for the same person.
Inherit Workday job profiles: Instead of rebuilding job profiles within Utmost, you can use the job profiles from Workday. Not only does this save the team time from re-entering data, but ensures the data is consistent across your people systems.
Create field relationships: In Workday, you may have one job code for all contingent workers, but within Utmost you can associate multiple job positions or cost centers related to that job code. This ensures the data in Workday remains accurate, but gives you the granularity you need for deeper reporting.
To see more of what Utmost can do for your enterprise, save your spot at one of our bimonthly Wednesday demos.
Saad Asad is the Sr. Product Marketing Manager at Utmost.