Human Resources is challenging enough without having technology get in your way. However, it's even more difficult when trying to manage people and procedures. Add in the complexity of dealing with an ever-changing work environment requiring constant updates for policy changes or new hires coming onto the team. Not only does this take up valuable time, but it can be very stressful too! We'll go over some tools to help relieve some stressors, so HR professionals don't feel like they're drowning every day at work.
Join us for a session that will help you find the perfect software to streamline your hiring process. We'll cover recruitment needs and solutions, on-boarding new hires with ease - even if they're coming from another company or organization! And don't forget about engagement: we've got ways of keeping employees satisfied, so their productivity never falls when other departments need them most too. You should leave this session with more than a few software products and approaches that can make your job easier.
|HRIS initial assessment - RPJ Analysis 2022 (26.2 KB)||Available after Purchase|
|HR Technology Tools (1.3 MB)||Available after Purchase|
40 years. Inducted into the Accounting Hall of Fame in 2011, Randy is listed as a Top 25 Thought Leader in Accounting from 2011-2021. His influence throughout the accounting profession is highlighted once again this year by being a recipient of the 2021 Accounting Today Top 100 Most Influential People in Accounting award for the eighteenth consecutive year. Among his many other awards, he holds the honor of being one of nine technology stars in the U.S. by Accounting Technology Magazine. In addition, Randy writes a monthly column and produces a weekly podcast for The CPA Practice Advisor, features for the Journal of Accountancy, creates articles for accounting and technology publications, and is the author of numerous books. He has started and owns multiple businesses, including K2 Enterprises in Hammond, Louisiana, and Network Management Group, Inc. in Hutchinson, Kansas. NMGI has supported CPA firms for 30+ years and is the largest managed service provider serving the CPA profession in North America. His wife and four children enjoy many experiences together, including theatre, music, travel, golf, skiing, snorkeling, and model trains. His experience as a college instructor, management and technology consultant, and advisor to the profession will be evident to you in today’s presentation.