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Direct Line was established in 1985 in partnership with the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) Group. After acquiring a number of companies over several years, the group successfully divested from RBS Group in 2012 and rebranded as Direct Line Group. The organisation is based in the United Kingdom and owns several household name brands including Direct Line, Churchill, Green Flag, and NIG employing over 10,000 people.
Direct Line Group was an early adopter of Workday in 2013 and went live specifically with Workday Recruiting in October 2016. Whilst the technology is modern and innovative, many changes have been deployed over the last 4 years to create a much more sophisticated system which cover Graduate, Apprentice, Volume and Specialist Recruiting. These changes have been a combination of Workday Releases as well as many additional changes to workflows by the HRIS team to significantly improve the end user experience and to enable the HRIS team to utilise the flexibility of the system to accommodate quite complex and varying recruiting requirements.
The project started in January 2020 and involved a team of Workday certified Alight experts taking a deeper look into the Workday Recruiting configuration, as well as talking to key stakeholders to understand how they were using Workday Recruiting, where their pain points were, examine whether the technology was meeting their needs and where the areas for improvement were. Following the review, the Alight team documented their findings and diagnosed the drivers of dissatisfaction and inefficiency within the Recruiting platform which included recommendations on the interview process, areas of data clean up, reporting suggestions, process improvements, feature/functionality adoption and integrations. The team at Direct Line Group are extremely self-sufficient and had decided to execute on the suggested improvements the Alight team had made themselves.