Target taps Workday Human Capital Management solutions

Target Corp., the second largest discount retailer in the U.S. with about 1,800 stores in the U.S., has selected Workday Human Capital Management (HCM) to streamline its HR operational processes and create intuitive user experience for its 30,000 team members.

Headquartered in Minneapolis, Target will use Workday Human Capital Management (HCM), including Workday Learning, Workday Payroll, and Workday Recruiting to simplify operational tasks to free up time for team members to focus on key guest initiatives.

Target will benefit from visibility and insights for quicker, data-driven decision making that will support the company’s growth and hiring efforts.

Target can personalize learning, training, and development for team members, so they are better empowered and equipped to take Target’s guest experience to the next level.

Deployment of Workday HCM solutions provide Target team members with a consumer-grade user experience where they can easily access relevant information as well as take action and perform HR tasks on a mobile device.

“Target’s team has been our greatest asset and core to our legacy of exceptional guest service,” said Steve Brophy, vice president, human resources, Target. “We believe Workday will help us harness the power of our team to further elevate Target’s guest experience.”

Chano Fernandez, executive vice president, global field operations, Workday, said Target will have the technology innovation and workforce insights needed to continually engage their people and support future hiring and growth goals.

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