Two out of three people don’t think HR Technology helps them be better at their jobs. Context-aware HR technology can change that by combining situational and other information to proactively offer a hyper-personalized and highly relevant user experience.
In this webinar titled “Context Aware HR Technology”, Steve Parker, SPHR and vice president at SumTotal Systems, will highlight how to drive greater impact with your HR technology through context. You’ll learn:
How context-aware HR technology can help you increase the productivity and engagement of every person in your organization
Why every one of the major analysts agree that context-aware HR technology is a seriously significant breakthrough
Please Note: This webcast does not qualify for educational credits.
Infor Workforce Management (WFM) offers the industry’s strongest and most flexible rules engine for delivering accurate time, scheduling the right individuals and ensuring compliance on the market. Come see why some of the largest companies in the world use Infor Time and Attendance, Scheduling and Planning solutions - to help them manage their bottom line and pass labor audits with flying colors!
Critical to the success of virtually all companies is controlling labor costs in ways that maintain productivity, customer service levels, and compliance.
It's a balancing act. You can't succeed if you only focus on minimizing the cost of your labor. You also won't succeed if you pay little regard to labor costs as you try to maximize production or ensure 100% compliance with labor rules and government regulations. The key is to find a way to get a better return on your investment in labor. Companies that take a strategic approach to workforce planning, scheduling, time and attendance, analysis, and reporting will inevitably be better positioned to control labor cost without jeopardizing other critical business metrics.
Infor™ Workforce Management is a comprehensive solution that helps companies around the world align workforce management processes with corporate strategy to improve bottom-line business results. The solution features integrated modules for addressing all
critical workforce management requirements, including planning, scheduling, time and attendance, performance management,
Infor Workforce Management is ideal for any organization with challenging workforce management requirements, from small operations to those with more than one million users. More companies with more than 100,000 employees use Infor Workforce Management than any other workforce management solution.
The best compliance training program managers recognize the only goal that truly matters in creating a culture of compliance is the transformation of employee behavior. This presentation will share tips, techniques, tricks and accumulated ‘best practices’ that will help you inject your compliance training program with battle-tested ideas from successful programs. If you are responsible for your organization’s compliance training program or even if you just participate in the planning or distribution of compliance training, this presentation will provide a wealth of ideas you can easily implement in the next training cycle. Learn how you can guide your organization to create a culture of compliance.
Is employee engagement improving or declining? Have the drivers of engagement changed over time? Who is responsible for engagement? Why aren't the least engaged employees actively looking for jobs elsewhere. These questions and more will be answered as Don MacPherson unveils Modern Surveys Fall 2013 Employee Engagement Study of the U.S. Workforce.
Twice annually, Modern Survey polls a panel sample of full-time employees to learn how they feel about their relationship with their organization, how effectively they are being led, whether or not they have the tools and training to do their job, and how well their organizational goals are communicated throughout the organization.
Most HR and IT organizations face complexity in assembling and communicating insight to business leaders, especially when working with workforce data. This “telling of the story” is one of the most common challenges cited by HR leaders who are “data rich” but “information poor”. This presentation will discuss the importance to HR professionals of utilizing workforce metrics and analytics, the need for more effective data-driven stories, and six steps to improving the likelihood that managers and leaders will understand and utilize workforce data for the purpose of talent management decision-making. The steps to be covered include:
Businesses large or small share similar challenges with managing their workforce. Many larger organizations have effectively managed one of their largest expenses, their people, using workforce management technology - can a small business do the same? The answer is yes but at what cost and return?
Understanding that small businesses need to be nimble and agile their solutions to problems should mimic. Key questions that we will look to answer that are shared amongst this market segment include: cost to solve the problem? Will I get a return on this investment? What additional value can I anticipate? Is it necessary for me to do so? Does this help mitigate compliance risks? Will I have time to implement? What should I look for in a solutions provider? Will this create more work for me or my workers? If you’ve asked any of the above questions about your business you will receive a lot of value by attending.
Global re-adjustments are converging to create a new reality where business models will have to be re-designed, social systems re-invented, and value propositions re-thought. Labor demographics and global trends are forcing organizations to address their workforce strategy fundamentally different.
There are the key levers to transforming your workplace globally. Case in point, with 45 million new entrants in the global job market annually, most of them young, 300 million new jobs will be needed between now and 2015 to keep pace with the growth in the labor force. How many of these people will have the skills needed to be successful and bring impact to an organization?
How will your company adapt to an every changing and evolving business world? Are you ready for what the next 10-20 years has in store? Are you putting your best resources forward to ensure you achieve your goals as set in your strategic planning sessions? Are you repositioning for the future?
This workshop will explore key strategies to ensuring growth and prosperity in the NEW yet still competitive business world. This webcast will take a page from the popular SMART model of goal setting and Project Management and demonstrate the SMARTEST way to achieve results. It will also introduce methods and strategies for achieving excellence when it comes to staffing solutions and overall company leadership.
Is your organization made up of employees who truly and passionately believe in the products and services they help deliver? Introducing… The Brandful Workforce – the first-ever roadmap that shows you step-by-step how to create a workforce of brand ambassadors.
Employees are the single-largest, under-utilized asset for an organization’s brand. You will use the approach presented in this webinar to help your organization build a more authentic, interactive and captivating brand for both employees and consumers.
Julia Gometz, former Wall Street mediator and human resources executive at JetBlue Airways has advised leaders and engaged audiences on this topic for the past few years. She looks forward to connecting with the HR.com community.
You may have heard about the "Talent War" but in case you missed it...the talent won! The BLS studies show nearly 26 million workers will exit the talent pool by 2020. If talent development is not a core part of your strategy then this session is for you. Talent development must be a core component to any strategic HR plan. With talent shortages on the horizon, those that compete as employers of choice will attract talent, and even those employers will actively strive to retain the existing talent in the coming decade. Every HR professional will be forced to develop programs to create talent for the sustainable future. Our presenter will discuss the emerging threat on sustainable business given demographic shifts in the US. This session will explore topics to include the importance of the Employee Value Proposition, the value of leadership in talent development, and certainly the Human side to Profitability. Effective talent management strategies can mean the difference between being an employer of choice or an organization that hands off talent to the competition.