03/05/2012 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
The Times Are A-Changin’: How workforce management must evolve for the future
(Datamatics Management Services, Inc.)Somer Jefferiss
(Datamatics Management Services, Inc.)
New advances in technology result in employees expecting more flexibility, information and empowerment. Is your organization ready to meet these demands? Will your Workforce Management
solutions stand up to the challenges coming your way?
In this one-hour seminar, we'll analyze the issues that 'the wave of the future' causes. We'll help employers understand and evaluate the why
. Why today's employees expect more flexibility with work hours and locations. Why your organization should consider embracing technological advances as an advantageous method of progressing your company’s culture. Why employers must accept ongoing changes and adopt new managerial practices.
Then, we'll analyze the how
. How to manage your employees effectively while still entrusting them with the ‘loose reigns’ they demand. How to integrate the most effective Workforce Management
solutions for your organization. How to comply with the increasing, ever more burdensome, legal regulations imposed by the Department of Labor, Wage and Hour enforcement divisions.
Realizing and understanding your organization’s culture is the first step to ensuring continued prosperity. Accepting change is not always easy, but the more informed and prepared the organization is of its employees’ needs the more likely the organization will successfully overcome resistance to change. This seminar will help you determine your perfect recipe for positive progress: combining new technologies and policies that fit with your company culture.
Both the legal and HR perspectives are provided in this session courtesy of two accomplished workforce management professionals: Professor Joe Markert, a member of the faculty at Rutgers University Business School since 1969 and Somer V. Jefferiss, Esq., PHR, a Legal and Labor Consultant.
At the end of this session you will have a better understanding of how to lead workforce management efforts at your organization in 2012 and beyond.