Increasing Complexity and Compliance Issues Drive the Need for New Level of Flexibility

Livonia, Mich., April 15, 2009 – WorkForce Software, Inc., the leader in workforce management solutions for organizations with complex policies and compliance concerns, will discuss and demonstrate how its EmpCenter suite enables strategic HR for large employers at the 2009 International Association for Human Resources Information Management (IHRIM) conference, April 19 – 22, 2009, at the Manchester Grand Hyatt in San Diego.

The 2009 IHRIM Annual Conference offers attendees an educational program that addresses the issues and challenges HR and HR information management professionals face today. In addition to networking with colleagues from around the world, attendees are exposed to innovative HR technology that can alleviate their daily issues and challenges.

During the conference, WorkForce Software will demonstrate how its EmpCenter® solution automates the management of complex labor policies and compliance requirements, allowing human resource departments to focus on the strategic HR agenda, like increasing productivity and efficiency and decreasing costs, to make the organization more competitive.

“Throughout history, the government response to business crises has been regulation that increases visibility into operations,” said Kevin Choksi, president and CEO of WorkForce Software. “Our mission is to help large organizations minimize that complexity and automate the management of those compliance issues, so they can focus on their strategic HR imperatives.”

Stop by WorkForce Software’s booth 417 to learn about how your organization can focus on its strategic HR imperatives with EmpCenter:

  1. Flexible architecture automates 100% of compliance issues
  2. Pre-configured for common regulatory compliance of FLSA, FMLA, and SOX
  3. Complex organization-specific rules and union agreements are easily managed
  4. Seamless integration with HR, payroll, and other operational systems form strategic HR system

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