Talent Management, Social Media and HR Business Partnering - Tomorrow’s face of HR

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Talent Management, Social Media and HR Business Partnering - Tomorrow’s face of HR

How are today’s organizations strategically leveraging Talent Management and HR to lead from the front? How should you be using your HR data and analytics to become a true business partner? How do you find the right partner, who’ll contribute the best in HR technology and administration?

Find answers to these questions and more in this free webinar, sponsored by Infosys, featuring two well-known industry analysts and an HR leader of a multinational energy services company.

The evolution of HR has been dramatic over the past three decades. From its beginnings as ‘Personnel Department,’ to ‘Human Resources Department,’ and ‘People/ Talent Development Department, ’HR has come a long way to occupy a seat at the strategy table. It’s led to phenomenal, talent-centric themes like ‘Careers for Life,’ whereby HR’s remit is to provide for the growth of employees and to nurture talent.

This webinar deals with the talent management phenomenon in the rising wave of globalization and social media, and will share tips to embracing this new world and emerging triumphantly.

Case Study: Transfield Services

HR Project Scope –

  • End-to-end payroll processing for resource, energy, transport, and infrastructure business units
  • On-cycle, scheduled off-cycle, pay-runs and manual check processing
  • Build-to-gross and gross-to-net payroll processing in CMS/ADP
  • Incorporation of all payroll inputs, including time & attendance to CMS / ADP
  • Garnishment interpretation and processing
  • Facilitation of employee query resolution


Business Value

  • End-to-end payroll processing for Transfield, leveraging client system, from Infosys state-of-the-art location inPune, India
  • Query resolution mechanism set to improve employee experience
  • Robust Governance Model and Communication Plan defined and adhered to
  • Quality Metrics and SLAs tracked and reported

Presenters:

Gary Bragar
Director
Nelson Hall's HR Outsourcing Program

Gary Bragar joined NelsonHall in April 2007 after gaining extensive HR management experience at AT&T. He covers all HRO disciplines and has published numerous market analysis studies including Recruitment Process Outsourcing (RPO) Learning BPO, Payroll BPO, Mid-market HRO and Multi-process HRO.
 

In his last job assignment at AT&T, Gary was a member of the AT&T governance team responsible for managing the service delivery for AT&T’s major Human Resources and Payroll services BPO contract with Aon Human Capital Services.AT&T and Aon were selected as “HRO Relationship of the Year” in the Financial & Business Services Sector in the 2004 HRO Awards.Gary’s prior operational experience at AT&T included: Recruiting, Learning, Benefits Administration, Compensation, HR Transformation, HRIT and Employee Programs for AT&T International.


Keith Strodtman
Senior Vice President
HR Strategies for HfS Research

Keith is a Research Fellow for HfS Research, focusing on the HR services industry.


With over two decades in HR and BPO services, he is a pioneer of HR outsourcing. After years of leading HR and BPO service organizations, Keith launched his own HR practice, focusingon primary business outcomes. Keith has also been involved in developing critical technologies necessary to support outsourcing models. Prior to joining HfS Research, Keith spent eight years leading the HR Outsourcing business at Ceridian, a global HR service provider. He has been recognized on HRO Today's HRO Superstar list several times.


Diana Newmier
EVP, Human Resources
Transfield Services

Diana Newmier has over 20 years experience in building HR capability within organizations, with a solid balance between strategy and execution. She has served in leadership positions where she developed and implemented strategies for culture and organizational capabilities, diversity, talent acquisition, employee retention, compensation, benefits, M&A integrations, and transitions at Fortune 100 companies. She is currently an Executive Vice President with Transfield Services, managing HR, Recruitment and Communications. Transfield Services is a leading provider of operations, maintenance, assetand project management services, globally headquartered in Sydney, Australia.