Compare and Contrast of Dayforce vs Workday

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Compare and Contrast of Dayforce  vs Workday

On average, each department within an organization uses somewhere between 40 and 60 different applications, with some organizations using more than 200 across all departments. However, needing this many applications can hurt productivity by causing employees to feel overwhelmed and frustrated by a poor experience. For this reason, more HR departments are turning to software that consolidates technologies to offer an all-in-one platform for managing HR functions such as payroll, benefits administration, timekeeping, and more. However, the number of HR tools on the market can make it difficult to pinpoint which is best for your organization. This article will take a look at the key similarities and differences when comparing Dayforce vs Workday.