Discover more stories from companies that have led the digital transformation in the human resources field with Oracle Human Capital Management Cloud.
Sacyr streamlines HR processes in 25 countries, standardising and improving recruitment, retention and corporate culture
Sacyr is a multinational infrastructures and services company. Its focus on innovation and international expansion has made it a leader in the building and management of infrastructures, industrial projects and services. Operating in more than 20 countries, globalisation and digital transformation are at the heart of its corporate culture and strategy.
Unify and standardise multiple local HR systems with multiple repositories of employee data across Sacyr’s offices and subsidiaries in 25 countries.
Standardise the management of more than 30,000 employees operating in infrastructures and services across the world in line with the company’s globalisation strategy, disseminating an accurate and uniform corporate culture and improving the quality of hires.
Implement processes and functions to empower local business units to manage their human capital in line with corporate strategies and guidelines.
Gain insights and reporting on HR processes and employees’ life cycles within the company to make more informed decisions going forward.
Implemented Oracle Human Capital Management (HCM) Cloud, delivering consistency in HR processes, data, and reporting, and transforming the company’s HR model across its offices and subsidiaries in infrastructure and services in 25 countries.
Stored HR data for more than 30,000 employees in 25 countries (including goals, performance, talent review and succession, compensation, recruiting and onboarding), eliminating duplicate or contradictory information tracked locally, standardising data, improving accuracy and facilitating the sharing of data and best practices.
Implemented realtime reporting and analytics, enabling managers to optimise their teams’ performance and executives to quickly gain an overview of performance and trends of more than 30,000 employees in order to make informed decisions going forward.
Boosted the company’s ability to disseminate its corporate culture across its offices by standardising HR processes and gaining the ability to uniformly deploy global initiatives.
Improved the security, accessibility, flexibility, collaboration, reliability, and speed of HR management across the company.
Improved hiring teams’ productivity and efficiency, streamlining and standardising recruitment processes, improving employee loyalty and making the company a more attractive destination for potential hires in the infrastructure industry.
Oracle HCM Cloud allows us to better manage more than 30,000 employees in 25 countries, unifying data, streamlining processes, and providing real-time reporting. It enables us to disseminate our corporate culture, improve employees’ loyalty, and be more attractive to potential hires.—Gerardo Lara,
Director of HR Innovation and Development
Aligning processes across 24 business units and becoming more agile
Engie's roots stretch all the way back to 1858, when the Universal Suez Canal Company was founded. All those years of powering homes, hospitals, universities and more, has made Engie global leaders in energy. They are expert gas and electricity suppliers and sustainable energy producers, as well as the number-one independent power producers in the world. Today, Engie is made up of over 150,000 people across 70 countries, each working hard to provide fuss-free energy solutions around the globe.
Engie were looking for an HRIS to align their processes across 24 business units and become more agile, for deployment in 2016.
ONE HR is a solution based on Oracle HCM Cloud and it covers the majority of HR processes of Engie Group starting from recruitment, compensation, career development and their management-to-performance appraisal.
We chose a unique HRIS. An HRIS that helps us to roll out our policies and processes at the group's 24 business units, but also lets us be more agile. This HRIS is Oracle HCM Cloud—Henri Ducre,
VP of HR Engie Group
Acciona boosts international growth by managing thousands of job applications for postings in more than 30 countries
Acciona is a leading infrastructure provider in Spain for renewable energy, water and services. Since 2008 it has invested heavily in diversifying its business and growing internationally—with offices in more than 30 countries.
Replace outdated, locally focused recruitment software with a comprehensive, user-friendly, and social-network-connected platform to support the company’s global growth in infrastructure, renewable energy, water, and services.
Provide internal and external candidates, including engineers, project managers, lawyers, accountants, and IT professionals, among others.
Implemented Oracle Talent Acquisition Cloud to manage more than 5,000 incoming applications each month worldwide, enabling the company to recruit, retain and mobilise top talent across its offices in more than 30 countries. This in turn supports its global growth in infrastructure, renewable energy, water and services by automatically tailoring candidate reviews and identifying top candidates for interviews.
Reduced recruitment time and costs by 25% and 30%,
This was achieved by implementing a user-friendly backend that is accessible from any Acciona office—eliminating paperwork and facilitating communications with candidates; enabling HR staff to be more productive, efficient and effective by reducing paperwork; and automatically flagging the best candidates for interviews.
Oracle Talent Acquisition Cloud enables us to recruit more and better candidates worldwide by providing a user-friendly interface to candidates and broader information to our HR teams, including candidates’ social footprints. Further, it enables our HR teams to be more productive and improves our recruitment process efficiency and effectiveness.
Vinci relies on Oracle Cloud to optimise its overall performance
Anxious to meet the challenges of internalisation and the transversality of its company while maintaining internal cohesion, the Vinci group chose the web solution Vitalis, which is based on Oracle Cloud. Accessible at any time across the world, it integrates the fundamental HR processes of managers and offers them a global view of all employees.
VITALIS is also the vector of a common language at the heart of the company.
Vitalis is the solution that will support and sustain this common language. Vitalis is also aimed at the group's HR function since Vitalis will support and help HR departments in managing these processes. Vitalis relies on the Oracle HCM Cloud solution—Patrick Plein,
Head of Digital Working and Academy
Santander Group boosts work mobility for 180,000 employees with a centralised recruitment platform
Santander Group is the largest bank in the Eurozone and one of the largest in the world. The group operates mainly in the retail banking sector across Europe, Latin America, North America and Asia. It serves more than 106 million customers through its 13,927 branches worldwide—more than any other bank.
In addition to retail banking, the group engages in wholesale banking, asset management, private banking, insurance, payment methods, and consumer finance.
Offer equal job opportunities and a uniform user experience to all employees seeking new positions, as well as an easy-to-use interface for human resources (HR) personnel—improving employee retention through more efficient internal recruitment.
Implement analytics dashboards to enable the HR department to evaluate candidates from various departments, roles, countries and organisation areas within the group, including retail banking, wholesale banking, asset management, private banking and insurance.
Deployed a single career-recruitment site—on corporate and local intranets, in six languages and accessible through single sign-ons—in just three months, providing a single uniform experience and recruitment process for more than 180,000 employees in more than 20 countries.
Streamlined management of more than 250 internal applications for more than 200 job postings each month, improving efficiency by providing HR staff worldwide with access to a single applicant database—enabling the group to select the best-suited candidates for positions in any department or country.
Implemented a user-friendly interface for more than 150 end users (including HR personnel worldwide), enabling them to efficiently manage and evaluate job postings and candidate suitability internationally and across different roles and departments—such as retail banking, wholesale banking, asset management, private banking and insurance.
Gained insights into candidate suitability through talent evaluation dashboards—promoting merit-based international and cross-departmental employee mobility and improving the retention of key talent.
Enabled the bank to make better decisions regarding job postings and cross-discipline mobility, thanks to insights into group-wide HR trends—such as the most sought-after jobs, preferred locations and areas with the most hires, dismissals and resignations.
Obtained the flexibility to add, remove or modify data fields to comply with the data privacy regulations in various banking sectors and countries where Santander Group operates, enabling the bank to seamlessly adapt its recruiting platform and job postings to local regulations.
With Oracle Talent Acquisition Cloud, we now have a single, user-friendly global career site that promotes functional and international mobility within the group. This is enabling us to retain talent by efficiently and effectively providing the right opportunities to the right candidates, no matter where they may be.—José Morejón,
Corporate Talent Director, Santander Group.
Banco Popolare overcomes main corporate challenges thanks to Oracle HCM Cloud
Banco Popolare Società Cooperativa was an Italian bank, formed in 2007 from the merger of Banco Popolare di Verona e Novara (BPVN) and Banca Popolare Italiana (BPI). The bank merged with Banca Popolare di Milano on 1 January 2017.
To overcome today's competitive challenges, banks must attract the best talents who are able to meet the needs of the new generation of customers.
Banco Popolare has chosen Oracle as a partner because together they managed to solve a complex challenge in a short time and with satisfactory results.
Thanks to the HCM suite, we were able, in a global architecture, to link the information of individual resources by comparing them with each other.—Antonio Maurino,
HR Systems Director, Banco Popolare
Christian Louboutin: talent management using Oracle Cloud
Christian Louboutin, named for the eponymous designer, is a luxury shoe and handbag company created in 1992. It is present today in over 35 countries.
Christian Louboutin wanted to be able to identify the integrality of its workforce in over 36 countries, but also to find a compensation module to manage salary reviews, in addition to a budget module allowing it to establish and track a budget and make all the necessary reforecasts throughout the year. The company was therefore looking for an accessible cloud solution that was fast, easy to access and which would allow it, moreover, to protect its personal data thanks to limited access.
With Oracle HCM Fusion, Christian Louboutin has enhanced its talent management around the world. Oracle successfully provided solutions adapted to the size of the company, while also providing a customised service for the creation of a budgetary tool, developed based on Hyperion software and subsequently linked to the HR unit thanks to the creation of a special interface. Christian Louboutin can also adjust HR development, as the tool, at present only accessible to HR management, will later be available to team managers, and to the entire group workforce by 2020 or 2021.
We needed an accessible solution that was easy to use and fast. And above all we wanted to protect our personal data, and didn't want just anyone in the company to have access to the tool and be an administrator of the tool. We chose this solution, which enabled us to be the sole administrators of the tool.—Magali Clément,
Head of Human Resources at Christian Louboutin