Session to Address the Organization-Wide Benefits of a Holistic Approach to Workforce Management

Livonia, Michigan – April 6, 2010 – WorkForce Software, a leading provider of workforce management solutions for organizations with complex policies and compliance concerns, announced today that Lisa Disselkamp has been added to the agenda for WorkForce Software’s inaugural user conference in Orlando, Florida, November 7 – 11, 2010. Disselkamp has authored two books focusing on workforce management – No Boundaries (John Wiley & Sons, Pub 2009) and Working the Clock (Oaklea Press, 2007) – aimed at helping human resource and corporate leadership to understand the critical connections between labor management technology and profitability.

Ideally suited for strategic and functional HR and technology leadership, Disselkamp’s session, titled The Workforce Revolution is aimed at helping organizations to break down the “silos of approach” that typically exist among departments and act in a more holistic, business-wide view of labor and workforce management practices, spending, and technology. During her presentation, Disselkamp will share best practices and proven strategies to:

  • Ensure business, technology and end-user needs are well-defined and in alignment (“design with intent”)
  • Help executives within an organization to “think beyond the paycheck” and address the broader, operational role workforce management can play within the organization
  • Identify and articulate the ways workforce management technologies and practices can drive both bottom-line improvements and top-line growth
  • Facilitate the organizational and cultural changes which lead to a successful and impactful workforce management transformation, as well as define a roadmap for meaningful improvements

“Lisa’s grasp of the challenges and opportunities presented by today’s shifting business climate, as well as her expertise in how workforce management solutions produce measurable results for those organizations that think beyond simplistic ‘punch-in, punch-out’ strategies, is exceptional,” said Marc Moschetto, WorkForce Software’s vice president of marketing.

About the Conference
Vision 2010 will be held at the Gaylord Palms Hotel & Convention Center in Orlando, Florida and will combine customer presentations with hands-on workshops and discussions. At the conclusion of the four-day event, organizational and functional leaders from current and prospective WorkForce Software clients will leave with greater insight into upcoming solution enhancements, best practices of their peers, and ultimately be better equipped to enhance their own workforce management strategies and improve the performance of their business.

For more information about Vision 2010, visit the Vision website.

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

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