The International Association for Human Resources Information Management (IHRIM), the world’s leading clearinghouse for the HRIM (Human Resource Information Management) industry, is pleased to add two webinars to its February education schedule. Covering the topics of workforce analytics and technical debt, both webinars are sure to provide industry professionals with timely insight and solutions that can be used right away. Webinar attendees will also have the opportunity to ask presenters their own questions during each webinar.
“Keeping abreast of technological developments in the HRIS and HRIM industries is essential to keeping a competitive edge,” said Michelle Czosek, Manager of Education and Special Programs for IHRIM. “February’s webinars are sure to keep attendees ahead of the curve by empowering them with ideas, insights and solutions that they can use right away!”
These Webinars are approved for HRIP recertification credit and have met the HRCI’s criteria to be pre-approved for recertification credit.IHRIM’s February Webinar Schedule:
Technical Debt – Just Put It on My Tab
Presented by Jeremy Ames, HRIP of Gaucho Group.
February 08, 2012 (12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. EST) Regarding the new system you installed, the data you loaded, or the change you made to your existing system, did it create a future cost for your organization? In those types of scenarios, it’s a question that is typically ignored in the haste to service employees and company executives. This webinar will educate attendees on the key concepts of technical debt. What is it, and what decisions and actions lead to it increasing, or in some cases it spiraling out of control? Who are the main culprits that cause technical debt to rise? What role does the HRIS software company play in technical debt and how does that differ among vendors. And how do you measure the cost? Most importantly, participants will begin to learn how to manage technical debt, and even how to decrease that which has already been created. The future viability of the organization may be partially dependent on getting your technical debt under control – this webinar is a start in the right direction. Who Should Attend
Any HR or IT professional that makes decisions about, funds, or executes on technology changes.
To register for this webinar, visit http://bit.ly/IHRIMWebinarTechnicalDebt.
Link HR Initiatives to Business Outcomes through Workforce Analytics
Presented by Koren Ichihara and Susan Walsh of Sears Holdings Corporation.
February 22, 2012 (12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. EST)In this webinar, attendees will learn how to use and embed analytical insights into the HR function in order to effectively influence business decisions. The session will discuss:
-Effective analysis that allows senior management to make more informed decisions based on analytical insights
-Decision support aligned to business needs and objectives
-Incorporating analytical decision making into all talent management processes
-Leveraging knowledge of key workforce measures to optimize individual and business performance
-Identifying key drivers for measuring and managing workforce needs
-Leveraging systems to optimize efficiency and access to Talent Analytic work and insightsWho Should Attend
Any HR or IT professional that manages workforce analytics for his/her organization.
To register for this webinar, visit http://bit.ly/IHRIMWebinarBizOutcomesWorkforceAnalytics.
For more information about IHRIM’s Education programs and initiatives, visit http://bit.ly/IHRIM_Education.
About the International Association for Human Resources Information Management (IHRIM)
IHRIM is the world’s leading clearinghouse for the HRIM (Human Resource Information Management) industry. Since 1980, IHRIM has been the only membership association for HR technology professionals, advancing the industry by providing unparalleled education and professional development opportunities through its annual conference, educational courses and webinars. IHRIM is a community of experts – a dynamic group of practitioners, vendors, consultants, students, and faculty that continues to grow, not just in numbers, but in its scope of knowledge and information.