At UKG, diversity is a linchpin of better IT and business outcomes

At UKG, diversity is a linchpin of better IT and business outcomes

UKG was built on the melding of two distinct camps — Ultimate Software and Kronos Software — which merged in early 2020 to create a workforce management and HR software powerhouse. The merged company’s commitment to diversity, for both workforce representation and promoting different perspectives and ideas, is a hallmark of UKG’s IT organization, reflected in everything from its hiring choices and its hybrid work model to fostering collaboration and cross-pollination across teams.

“We sell diversity wrong in the United States — it’s really about bringing in different people with different points of view,” says Scott Howitt, chief digital officer at UKG, ranked No. 3 among large companies in Computerworld’s “Best Places to Work in IT 2024” survey. “Because of cultural experience, gender experience, or age experience, people see problems in different ways. Diversity gives us the opportunity to come out with better outcomes, because we consider all the angles.”

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​ UKG was built on the melding of two distinct camps — Ultimate Software and Kronos Software — which merged in early 2020 to create a workforce management and HR software powerhouse. The merged company’s commitment to diversity, for both workforce representation and promoting different perspectives and ideas, is a hallmark of UKG’s IT organization, reflected in everything from its hiring choices and its hybrid work model to fostering collaboration and cross-pollination across teams.“We sell diversity wrong in the United States — it’s really about bringing in different people with different points of view,” says Scott Howitt, chief digital officer at UKG, ranked No. 3 among large companies in Computerworld’s “Best Places to Work in IT 2024” survey. “Because of cultural experience, gender experience, or age experience, people see problems in different ways. Diversity gives us the opportunity to come out with better outcomes, because we consider all the angles.”To read this article in full, please click here   Read More Computerworld 

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