Tracking workforce changes with Bridgit Bench and Workday integration

Tracking workforce changes with Bridgit Bench and Workday integration

TL:DR – The Bridgit Bench and Workday integration allows contractors to transfer key workforce data from Workday HRS into Bridgit Bench. Contractors can then better plan their team utilization with the most up-to-date information. The benefits of this integration include:

  • Better workforce strategy
  • Automatic workforce updates
  • Improved collaboration 

People are the lifeblood of the construction industry. As contractors continue to solve the puzzle of the perfect tech stack, it’s become increasingly important that their software is able to communicate and automate workflows from solution to solution. Departmental data is often siloed off from the rest of the company, which can lead to plans and strategies being create with information that is potentially out-of-date.

Well-integrated systems allow for seamless flow of information from one solution to the next. That’s why Bridgit Bench has built a number of integrations with the leading point solutions in construction. For more information about workforce intelligence, check out this guide.

Workday is one of the leading HRS tools and business applications currently being used by contractors. It helps to centralize and track their workforce data including all people, contract information, salaries, certifications, and other key information. Bridgit Bench has built a low-code/no-code integration with Workday HRS which helps automate the transfer of key information to create a winning workforce strategy. 

The benefits of integrating your resource planning with Workday HRS

The Bridgit Bench and Workday integration helps contractors track changes to their workforce strategy. By integrating with their HRS software, Bridgit customers are able to import and track key people data like new hire start dates, termination dates, and any changes to individual titles.

The Workday integration also allows contractors to import new hires into Bridgit Bench before they join the team. By pulling in a new hire’s start date, contractors are able to begin mapping out their projects without the risk of allocating them before they’ve officially started.

Some other key benefits of integrating Bridgit Bench with Workday include:


The Workday integration allows contractors to pull employee start dates and termination dates into Bridgit Bench. With this information, contractors are able to plan allocations accordingly for an optimized, strategic workforce plan.


With our Workday integration, Bridgit Bench will automatically capture any changes to team member titles, salaries, certifications, even cell phone numbers. This helps to ensure the workforce strategy is being informed by up-to-date employee information.


Our integration helps to eliminate duplicate data entry and regular maintenance. By reducing the amount of non-productive work, leadership teams are able to foster meaningful, collaborative discussions about workforce strategy with the HR team.

A look at the Bridgit Bench and Workday integration

Workday HRS helps contractors to track all current team members, their contracts, and key employee information like certifications and training. The Bridgit Bench integration with Workday allows contractors to pull their people information from Workday directly into Bridgit Bench. One of the key benefits to this integration is that it helps our customers synchronize their employee lists and information with their resource planning to ensure all relevant decision making data is up to date.

Bridgit Bench customers can create custom integrations with Workday HRS. This allows them to stay ahead of their new hire project allocations. For example, a contractor can pull a new team member’s information into Bridgit Bench, which can include their start date. Bridgit Bench will recognize that start date and allow contractors to allocate the new hire to projects accordingly.

Bridgit is the leader in workforce intelligence. Our flagship software solution, Bridgit Bench, provides actionable insights and forecasting to ensure contractors get the most out of their team.

Bridgit Bench is also a driver of efficiency and effective decision making across the organization. Bridgit Bench is updated in real time and also has a mobile app. For more useful tips and information, visit our blog.

Workforce planning is easier when your tools are speaking the same language

Bridgit Bench integrates with the leading construction software including Procore and Autodesk Construction Cloud.

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Michel Richer - Content Marketing Manager

Michel Richer

Michel Richer is the Content Marketing Manager at Bridgit. He got his start in the construction industry at an early age with a local restoration company. Michel is driven to propel the construction industry forward by helping to eliminate outdated, ineffective processes.

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