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A SHRM Webcast
Presenters: Cliff Stevenson and Claude Werder, Brandon Hall Group; and Lynne Levy, Kronos
View live: April 2016 (available for on-demand viewing through August 2016)
Program length: 60 minutes
According to a recent Brandon Hall Group survey, less than one-third of responding organizations indicated they’re ready for new or updated wage and hour law regulations. It’s clear many need to better prepare for the changes to come as well as have a stronger strategy for managing compliance once changes take effect. There’s no room for error when adhering to compliance rules —especially those associated with the Fair Labor Standards Act, paid sick leave, and joint employer regulations.
By investing in fully automated workforce management processes rather than having a hodgepodge of manual and partially automated solutions, organizations can better predict risk, provide solutions to mitigate existing risk, and create effective communication to employees of pending or existent changes to wage and hour law — enabling them to minimize risk, improve productivity, and enhance employee engagement.
Brandon Hall's Cliff Stevenson, principal analyst, and Claude Werder, vice president of research operations will be joined by Kronos compliance product strategist Lynne Levy to outline how your organization can build a stronger compliance strategy. You’ll get valuable information on:
About the Presenters:
Cliff Stevenson is principal analyst with Brandon Hall's Workforce Management Practice. He came to Brandon Hall Group in 2015 from the Institute for Corporate Productivity (i4cp) where he was a senior analyst since 2012. Stevenson's experience as human capital research analyst has focused on data and analytics, performance management, recruitment, acquisition, retention, and attrition.
His work has appeared in Talent Management Magazine, Human Resources Executive, Businessweek, Fortune magazine, the Washington Post, and Business Insider and many other publications. He is the author of dozens of reports and articles.
Claude Werder is vice president of research pperations and principal HCM analyst for Brandon Hall Group. He oversees the firm’s analyst team, directs research and publishing in Learning & Development, Talent Management, Leadership Development, Workforce Management/HR, and Talent Acquisition, and produces the firm’s annual HCM Excellence Conference. Before joining Brandon Hall Group in 2012, Werder was vice president of editorial and conferences for LRP Publications, which publishes Human Resource Executive magazine, and produced the HR Technology Conference and Expo and other HR-related conferences for 10 years. Werder has also co-owned an HR consulting firm and earlier in his career was a newspaper executive.
Lynne Levy is a product strategist for Kronos. She has a background in both product management and product marketing in enterprise software organizations. Levy's focus includes both employee engagement and compliance. She has a mix of both marketing and technology skills and can effectively communicate with HR, Operations, and IT.
Viewing this webcast in its entirety qualifies for a recertification credit hour that may be counted toward SHRM-CP and SHRM-SCP recertification from SHRM, and PHR/SPHR/GPHR recertification from the HR Certification Institute.
This webcast is sponsored by Kronos
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