SAN FRANCISCO, CA–(Marketwired – May 15, 2014) –
Karen Beaman, Freddye Silverman and Patrick Crane of Jeitosa Group International, a leading global HR business consultancy and systems deployment and integration firm
Monday, June 2 – Wednesday, June 4, 2014
“Caveat Emptor – Raising Your HR Technology Market IQ” will take place
Monday, June 2, 2014 from 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. PDT.
“Driving Globally Strategic Payroll: The Paradoxical Journey to Efficiency and Innovation” is scheduled for Tuesday, June 3, 2014 from 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. PDT.
“It just smells funny – Customer / Consultant Relationships That Work…and Those That Don’t” will take place on Wednesday, June 4, 2014 from 9:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. PDT.
IHRIM 2014 HRMS Strategies Conference
700 West Convention Way
The rise of globalization continues to impact business needs, forcing HR leaders to find new ways to approach talent acquisition and talent management. Simultaneously, a veritable deluge of technologies and solutions have entered the HCM market, promising to support these leaders’ efforts with ease. Sourcing, selecting and implementing the right solution can be a challenging process with a potentially costly outcome. The IHRIM 2014 HRMS Strategies Conference & Technology Expo aims to address the challenges, trends and solutions in HR technology today. Jeitosa Group International will figure prominently in the Conference’s agenda, with its subject matter experts leading three sessions on critical aspects of global HR strategy:
Caveat Emptor – Raising Your HR Technology Market IQ
In this session, Freddye Silverman, HRIP, vice president, Eastern Region, of Jeitosa Group International, will explore the current state of the HR technology market, software categories and market trends and offer who’s who in vendors and brands. Attendees will learn to be better consumers by hearing about the latest developments in the market and how each will impact technology selection and implementation at their organization.
Driving Globally Strategic Payroll: The Paradoxical Journey to Efficiency and Innovation
During this informative session, Karen Beaman, founder and CEO of Jeitosa Group International, will draw on results of the company’s recent Global Benchmarking Study to address the paradox of globally strategic payroll. Beaman will describe the specific global payroll strategies employed by top-performing organizations and provide attendees with a set of actionable, global practices that can help the attending organizations navigate the global payroll environment successfully.
It just smells funny – Customer / Consultant Relationships That Work…and Those That Don’t
In some instances, customer/consultant relationships are a match made in heaven, but other times, they lead to resentment and mistrust. While it may be difficult to pinpoint the exact issue, everyone will tend to agree that it just smells funny. During this session, Patrick Crane, PMP, regional vice president for Jeitosa Group International and Nicole Radil, senior business leader, Global Payroll for MasterCard International will share their unique perspectives on the customer/consultant dynamic and explain how to maximize the partnership. Attendees will learn different approaches for resolving issues and the impact of each resolution on both the customer and consultant.
Additional information about the IHRIM 2014 HRMS Strategies Conference & Technology Expo, including registration details and full conference agenda, can be found at: http://www.ihrim.org/Events/2014Spring/Index.htm.
Jeitosa Group International was founded in 2004 to provide global, strategic and functional business and information technology to Global Fortune 1000 organizations. Jeitosa provides thought-leading, global business and technology solutions to drive enterprise effectiveness. Jeitosa’s transnational network provides direct services in more than 20 countries and leverages an average of 20+ years of experience of human resources and information technology experience.
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