ST. LOUIS (September 9, 2010) —
Scott Scheibel, Director of Client Relations for TALX, provider of Equifax Workforce Solutions and a leader in human resource, payroll and tax-related services
Join representatives from the University of Georgia to present “Automating Employment Verifications to Free Resources: Issues, Pros and Cons” at the CUPA-HR Annual Conference and Expo 2010, a conference designed specifically for those working in higher education human resources.
Wednesday, September 22, 2010
1:30-3:00 p.m. ET
Hilton New Orleans Riverside
2 Poydras Street
New Orleans, La.
TALX has the unique position of serving more than 175 higher education clients, representing more than 1.1 million employees. During this presentation, University of Georgia’s Becky Lane, HR Senior Director, and Lydia Lanier, Senior Director of the Financial Management and Education Center, will join TALX’s Scott Scheibel during Concurrent Session 5A to discuss how the university addressed its need to ensure the accuracy of its employment verifications, while reducing costs. The panel will share the implementation process for automated verifications, including file development, communication and dealing with resistance from verifiers. The presentation also will examine the changing service expectations of faculty and staff, as well as the requirements related to verifications for “verifiers” such as lenders.
Becky Lane has worked for the University of Georgia Human Resources for 20 years, starting in the Training and Development unit in 1989. She graduated from UGA in 1976 with a degree in Journalism and then worked in media sales for 12 years prior to joining the university. Her primary responsibilities are HR, campus and external communication, and project implementation.
Lydia Lanier earned a bachelor of arts in English from UGA and came to Human Resources in 2000. She has worked for more than 25 years in benefits administration, human resources management and customer service in private industry and with the University of Georgia.
Scott Scheibel holds the position of Director of Client Relations for TALX. In his role, he is responsible for all U.S. clients that partner with TALX for Employment and Income Verifications, I-9 Management, and W-2 Management. He has presented at many events including the American Staffing Association’s National Forum for whom he also served as Chairman of the Technology Advisory Committee. He holds a degree in Business Administration from the University of Missouri — St. Louis.
TALX, provider of Equifax Workforce Solutions, a leader in human resource, tax and payroll-related services, is based in St. Louis. TALX holds a leadership position in automated employment and income verification as well as unemployment tax management. TALX provides over 9,000 clients, including three-fourths of Fortune 500 companies, with Web-based services focused in three employment-related areas: hiring, pay reporting and compliance. Hiring services include assessments and talent acquisition, onboarding, and tax credits and incentives. Pay reporting services include electronic time tracking, paperless pay and W-2 management. Compliance services include employment and income verifications through The Work Number, unemployment tax management and I-9 management. Equifax is a global leader in information solutions, empowering businesses and consumers with information they can trust. Equifax is a member of Standard & Poor’s (S&P) 500® Index. Its common stock is traded on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol EFX. For more information about TALX, access the TALX website at www.talx.com, or visit the Equifax website at www.equifax.com.
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