Lisa Disselkamp, Noted Author & Workforce Management Technology Expert, to Present
Livonia, Michigan – February 18, 2010 – WorkForce Software, the leading provider of workforce management solutions for organizations with complex policies and compliance concerns, sponsors its first HCI webcast of 2010, “Five Workforce Management Questions Large Organizations Should Ask,” on February 23, at 12:00 p.m. eastern.
During the webcast, workforce technology leader and visionary, Lisa Disselkamp, will discuss how the complexity and compliance issues of workforce management could vary greatly based on the size of the organization and how large organizations in particular should approach workforce management strategies. Disselkamp has authored two books focusing on workforce management – Working the Clock and No Boundaries – both aimed at helping human resource and corporate leadership to understand the critical connections between labor management technology and profitability.
“Lisa literally wrote the book on workforce management best practices and we’re thrilled to sponsor this webcast,” stated Howard Tarnoff, WorkForce Software’s senior vice president. “The information she’ll cover will provide timely insight and valuable guidance to any professional who is tasked with supporting or developing labor management strategies within their organization.”
Register for this webcast today, and you’ll receive a 20% discount on Disselkamp’s latest book No Boundaries.
In addition to sponsoring the webcast, WorkForce Software is also a proud sponsor of HCI’s “Enterprise Workforce Management” track, which provides professionals an online platform to learn about workforce management solutions. Workforce management is a term used to define any technology or business solution designed to automate the most common and complex labor policies, manage labor regulation compliance, and enable strategic HR by automating interactions between employees and employers. More information about “Enterprise Workforce Management,” is available at www.hci.org/cfe/communities/865/878.
About Lisa M. Disselkamp
A business leader, author, consultant, sought-after speaker, and president of Athena Enterprises, Lisa M. Disselkamp helps employers increase productivity and profits through their strategic use of workforce management technology. Disselkamp is a subject matter expert (SME) and technical resource on workforce management software, HRIS, payroll, timekeeping, compensation, scheduling, and labor analytics systems. She leads a team of talented consultants who share her passion for workforce technology, guiding their clients through all phases of system selection, implementation, and optimization.
Disselkamp is author of the only two books focusing solely on workforce management technology. Check out her latest book No Boundaries (Wiley & Co. 2009) at www.NoBoundariesWMT.com.
About WorkForce Software
WorkForce Software, Inc. is the leader in workforce management solutions for organizations with complex policies and compliance concerns. Its EmpCenter system enables strategic HR by automating and streamlining interactions between the employer and its workforce. These interactions include time entry, time-off requests, request for personal information, and schedule preferences. By automating these interactions, organizations can better manage payroll and processing costs, help ensure compliance with state and federal regulations, and increase the productivity and satisfaction of their employees.
The EmpCenter suite is composed of numerous applications, including Time and Attendance, Activity Based Costing, Multiple Assignments, Absence Manager, FMLA Manager, Advanced Scheduling, and Fatigue Management. WorkForce Software’s diverse customer base includes large employers such as the University of California, Pacific Gas & Electric Company, Activision Blizzard, Duke Energy and Compass Bank. For more information, visit www.workforcesoftware.com.
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