HR Technology Conference & Expo
Date: October 7-9, 2013
Location: Las Vegas, NV
Booth: Visier Booth # 1637
The 15th Annual HR Technology Conference & Expo was, as predicted, the largest and most exciting ever!
With record-breaking attendance and record-breaking exhibits plus attendees from dozens of countries around the world, it truly was an international annual Town Meeting!
Only HR Technology brought such a large segment of our community together to make it collectively wise enough to help you plot your future, while solving the problems you still face today.
Attendees heard what the experts think but also helped each other figure out what it all means and where we are headed as we continue to undergo a generational shift in computing with The Cloud and Social Technology in the Enterprise as the major drivers.
HR Technology has become the place to be for several groups, including:
- Senior HR executives ultimately responsible for technology decisions, but who may not yet have the knowledge or confidence to make them on their own
- The people actually running HR systems who need to stay absolutely current
- HR Generalists, who may not touch technology every day, but it touches them. Understanding its business benefits will determine the course of their careers.
See you at next year’s conference: October 7 – 9, 2013 at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas!
Visier will be exhibiting at Booth # 1637More Info
Fight On! The University of Southern California Scores With Workforce Analytics – WFA2
Janis McEldowney, Associate SVP, HR, University of Southern California
John Schwarz, CEO, Visier
Monday, October 7 │ 3:15 – 4:30 p.m.
As CHRO of USC, Janis McEldowney rightly feels like she’s running a city. The university has 45 separate business units (yes, that’s what she calls them), 36,000 students, 5,400 faculty, nearly 17,000 staff, owns two hospitals and is buying a third! Until last summer, she was doing it all on a homegrown mainframe system, maintained by 12 HR-IT people and another 150 people working in IT. Of course, she couldn’t get any useful data out of the old system and numerous consultants couldn’t really help either. Now, with a new SaaS HCM being implemented, she is finally measuring productivity and deciding how to deploy support staff to impact the bottom line. Measuring research contracts and grants? That’s easy, she says. Consider this Workforce Analytics 201.