Future-Ready Human Resources: Essential Data & Reporting Strategies for a Positive Workplace Culture

Complimentary Webinar on June 22nd

Future-Ready Human Resources: Essential Data & Reporting Strategies for a Positive Workplace Culture

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Major fluctuations are underway, including EEOC investigations, FLSA developments, and uncertainty surrounding the ACA. To successfully navigate this new world of regulatory compliance and uncertainty — while ensuring that your organization is prepared to nurture and engage your workforce – you need accurate and immediate access to people data.

Organizations today have access to more information than ever before, but are you using that data to ease compliance requirements, and more importantly, to serve your employees better? Just having the data isn’t enough. Many organizations are drowning in this sea of unorganized information, unable to leverage its full potential. Consider how you can better leverage this mass of information to better engage and nurture employees.

Large or small, HR departments that are bogged down by manual processes, administrative tasks and compliance paperwork don’t have the data or the planning tools needed for strategic influence. So they’re unable to fully and effectively advocate for the employee experience during corporate strategy and decision-making. Join us for this 60-minute program where our panelists will discuss the future-ready HR department. Starting with tips to manage the current regulatory landscape around human resources, our panelists will discuss the importance of data access and visibility to ensure compliance with constantly evolving requirements, and identify human capital management tools and strategies that can help your organization move closer to a data-driven HR function.

Attendees will learn:
Recent and upcoming developments in laws and regulations surrounding human resources
The importance of reporting and data collection for maintaining compliance and making data-driven people decisions
Strategies for effective collection and reporting of human resources data to use it properly to streamline compliance efforts and drive employee engagement

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HRCI Credits

This program has been approved for 1 recertification credit hour toward PHR and SPHR recertification through the Human Resource Certification Institute (HRCI).

SHRM Approved Provider

BLR is recognized by SHRM to offer Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for the SHRM‑CP or SHRM‑SCP. For more information about certification or recertification, please visit the SHRM Certification website at: www.shrm.org/certification