Better Together: The Shared Future for HCM and Workforce Management
Date: Thursday, August 17, 2017
Time: 2:00 PM EDT
You’ve heard the cliché: Your people are your most important assets. But what does that mean in practice? More to the point, what does it mean for your human capital management (HCM) strategy?
If you’re like most companies, you currently separate HCM from workforce management. Doing that may have worked well, or well enough, in the past. But to remain competitive and drive better business results going forward, you need to think more strategically about your entire workforce. In other words, it’s time to focus on the needs of your employees by integrating HCM and workforce management into a single, holistic platform.
But what does that mean on a practical level? It means thinking about the roles that HCM and workforce management have traditionally played in your company. More importantly, it means thinking about unifying HCM and workforce management to drive performance, boost engagement, optimize resources, develop and retain talent, mitigate risk, and ensure your workforce thrives.
In this webinar, you will:
- Learn to leverage technology to get a holistic view of your entire workforce
- Gain a better understanding of how talent can drive business performance
- Explore specific examples of how combining HCM and workforce management can impact employee engagement
Manager, Market Development
As a market development manager for Kronos, Stacey Kervin specializes in identifying opportunities for the deployment of human capital management solutions. She has spent her career marketing and positioning solutions for leadership development, career management, outplacement, recruiting, performance management, and strategic workforce consulting. She is passionate about enabling employees to enjoy the best employment experience possible so they may reach their full potential.
Stacey has a strong background in brand management, demand creation, and marketing communications. She has developed and managed a national marketing plan and team for a worldwide career management solutions company. Stacey has specific expertise in marketing campaign management, project management, sales enablement, and lead generation. In addition, she has conducted seminars on workforce-related topics and has direct experience in targeted email campaigns, trade shows, client events, and social media training.
Product Marketing Director, Workforce Ready
Kristen Wylie is the product marketing director for Workforce Ready, a cloud-based human capital management solution that helps organizations attract and retain top-quality talent and deliver a great employee experience. With a background that spans 20+ years of technology marketing, Wylie is a frequent speaker on HCM best practices, the HR Maturity Curve, and strategies to increase workforce productivity. Kristen earned a master’s degree from the Newhouse School of Communications at Syracuse University and a bachelor’s degree in English from Union College.