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Employee time is one of your organizations most valuable and costly resources. Knowledge of employee time results in faster decision making, improved scheduling, labor law compliance, and better labor cost management, making your organization more productive, competitive and profitable. Softworks understands this area better than anyone, because we have been assisting world class organisations with these challenges for over 20 years.
We strive to make a positive difference to the working lives of our users, their organization & employees and we focus our energies on staying in tune with customer needs and proactively addressing them. We would now like to share with you what our customers say “they just love” about our solutions! We invite you to join Andrew Ferguson, Softworks CEO and Dave Schulz, National Account Manager for a live 60 minute demo on Softworks most loved features as voted by customers.
In this session, Andrew and Dave will give you a behind the scenes glimpse of the coolest features and functions of Softworks leading Time & Attendance solution. They'll lift the hood on the product and share with you the key features and functions that customers say they just "can’t live without"!
They will demonstrate how Softworks Time & Attendance Solutions build a clear picture of employee time through detailed data and reports on attendance, absenteeism, overtime, flexible working, scheduling and vacation leave. Scalable and completely configurable, our solutions can apply an organization's unique pay rules and policies accurately and consistently and ensure the organization is fully compliant with legislation.
This presentation, based on the experiences and "next practices" of hundreds of HR leaders and projects, will examine the five (5) critical issues that must be addressed in the critical first 100 days and beyond of HRIS project implementation.
This session will include a 100-day template to HRIS implementation excellence, and the strategic to tactical steps that must be taken to accelerate user alignment and adoption. The session will examine not only the technical aspects of launch, but also the fundamental behavioral aspects that must be considered.
Finally, the session will give several "next practice" case examples of users who successfully implemented HRIS projects in small to large scale environments.
Even the best Enterprise Resource Planning Systems (ERPs) are only as good as the people that use them and the people that help the organization prepare for their implementation. Many organizations are not prepared for the multiple initiatives and actions needed for successful implementation of such technology. Getting people to use new technology requires more than just training – it requires obtaining and maintaining buy-in and support. To achieve success a new technology implementation requires strategic communication, a clearly understood strategy, strong committed leadership and a detailed change management and governance plan. Often employees resist the implementation of ERPs and other new technologies because they don’t understand why the technology is necessary or how it will help them do their jobs. They often feel overwhelmed by the processes, terminology, and technical nature of this type of change. This session will provide an overview of tools and information that can be used in an effort to ease these concerns and help lead to successful implementations.
Think big. Learning is not restricted to an LMS. Great HR Technology has socially imbedded learning throughout the HRIS. Preboarding, Onboarding, New Hire training, Training for new Managers... all of this and more can be just in time, ready for employees as they need it, directly in your HRIS.
In this presentation, Deb Maher, Sr. Dir of HRIS and Shared Services at DeVry Inc., will present some cuttting edge ideas about how to make learning a part of your culture before your employees even start on their first day and how imbedded social concepts in your HRIS can transform your organization.
Five New Ways to Move Beyond Status Quo Technology Implementation
HRIS and other talent technology intiatives such as ERP and cloud migrations can fail in implementation due to mis-alignment with business objectives and/or user adoption rates. In many cases, internal business users will avoid or fail to give their buy-in to the launch of a solutions launch. It is time to move beyond the "status quo" of typical HR technology applications to an experience that supports workforce effectiveness and personal productivity.
This session, based on the studies of hundreds of successful technology implementations, will help HR leaders and their executive team counterparts use new "next practices" alignment and engagement techiques to accelerate successful outcomes to their technology launch(es).
The session will give participants both strategic perspectives and practical tips, as well as provide a case study with the Boys & Girls Clubs, around the selection, creation and implementation of new applications that enhance the overall work experience rather than simply compliance or maintenance uses.
> How to link to technology projects to overall business objectives- not HR but PA (People Apps that work).
> Building a user experience that truly engages them.
> Integrating other major initiatives such as intraprenuership and employer branding to your technology launch.
We will question and explore whether there is a need for integrated HR and whether it really is better in the cloud.
Explore the pro’s and con’s to being one integrated HR Cloud solution from a modular components standpoint, introduce a few integrated solution providers, address the ever looming “cloud security” questions and how integrated cloud hr can save a company time and money today and in the future.
This session is excellent for HR Consulting and HR Admins who want to do more with less time and effort, increase performance within an organization and make the CFO happy, saving boat loads of time and money.
This session is also excellent for individuals that want to be part of the Social Enterprise.
Topics Addressed in this presentation include:
Why Integrated HR
We will review a case for bringing all HR components in house into one integrated global core HR system of record. By reviewing individual components of HR we can identify the needs and wants and better understand how these can work better together in one cloud solution.
Why Cloud HR
This is the topic on everyone’s minds today. We will briefly attack the whole “cloud thing” and see how this cloud phenomena can benefit HR Admins and their organizations.
What are the Benefits of Integrated Cloud HR
From what we expose and discover in the previous sections we will briefly explore the power of both Cloud and HR as one globally accessible solution for today’s global social workforce.
What are the Security Risks of Integrated Cloud HR
Always a topic of concern, this is a “must address” requirement in any Cloud conversation, especially Cloud HR as it pertains to private, confidential employee records and personal data.
Who are some of the players in the Integrated Cloud HR space
Sure we are Vana Workforce and we want you to think there are no other solutions in Cloud HR or at least none as good as Vana Workforce, but let’s be honest, there are lots. Some are better than others and some are perfect for your organization. We will quickly and visually identify the leaders, larger and smaller and touch on some of the offerings from the leaders in Cloud HR.
How can Integrated Cloud HR Save Time and Money
YES... the most important question on everyone’s minds always comes down to how cool and app is, how functional it is, and finally the ultimate question; “how much is this going to cost me”. Well the great news is that both Cloud and Integrated will indeed save you both Time and Money. How much is dependent on the solution of choice, the vendor or consultant you are working with and your requirements, but we can cover this in general so that the Integrated Cloud HR truth of Time and Money can be exposed.
Integrated Talent Management (ITM) has become a major focus for many organizations today. Fulfilling the vision of ITM is driving many corporate HR departments, and they are now trying to weave disparate HR processes and technologies into a comprehensive approach to maximizing workforce performance. For most organizations, executing an ITM strategy is a challenging, multi-year project that involves much more than deploying technology or re-designing processes; HR and business leaders must take a strategic, thoughtful approach that firmly links Human Resources (HR) to business outcomes. This presentation outlines a seven step leading practice methodology for successfully executing the ITM concept.
Are you or your recruiting staff still practicing full-life-cycle methodology? Did you know there is a better way to source talent and manage the recruiting process which the emerging world is leading the way? If you are interested in better, faster, cheaper ways of winning the talent war by having a competitive advantage over your competition – you won’t want to miss this presentation. “Linear Recruiting Methodology” is the future of recruiting and it is spreading fast…yet most developed countries have never heard of it. If you are also wondering how you can utilize social media to aid in your sourcing efforts without paying your recruiters to add friends, follow contacts, or post messages on walls online – be sure to join us.
Join an online conversation with three experts about how digital tools and social networks have changed the world of sales and sales training. We’ll discuss traditional approaches to sales training and how the social revolution has required corporations to refresh their thinking when working with customers.
In the second half of this webinar, we’ll take a look at some new tools for sales and sales training. These include intelligent databases, dashboards and other visualizations, the use of social media and mobile devices to support sales, and how this new mix requires new approaches to sales training. Register now to listen how the world of sales and sales training is changing.
Africa is the new kid on the “RPO” block when it comes to new locations from which service delivery can be located. Unlike India, China and the Philippines, a few African countries already have better infrastructure, language capability, and lower labor costs.
Nineteen of the top 25 poorest countries in the world are located in the African continent. It was only a matter of time before the influence of globalization gave promise to developing countries. Now Africa is poised to turn the Recruitment Process Outsourcing industry among others, upside down from the bottom up. The benefits to the industry and customers of RPO will enormous.