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Join your HR peers on Thursday, December 7 at Dallas Chop House to network and hear how others use workforce intelligence to make fact-based HR decisions to improve business outcomes. Enjoy a thought-provoking discussion with Catherine Garrett , SVP of HR operations, technology, and compliance , Comerica Bank and then exchange ideas over cocktails and dinner.

Event Details:

Thursday, December 7

Dallas Chop House – 1717 Main St., Suite 100 Dallas, TX 75201

5:30pm Registration and check-in

6pm Arm chair chat followed by cocktails, dinner, and networking

“We selected Visier to move us from reporting on HR data to leveraging HR data to drive business decisions. Our HR team was amazed that Visier enabled us to respond and provide insights to the team in a fraction of the time, with a better outcome, compared to what took HR days or weeks to do in the past. We were spending 80% of our time collecting and validating data and only 20% doing analysis. With Visier, we now spend 80% of our time poring through data streams interactively with our managers. We’re able to create instant insights, and we can often answer questions from business leaders on the spot. Being able to aggregate all of our workforce related data with business metrics is a big win for Comerica’s HR team.”
Catherine Garrett | HR Operations, Technology and Risk Director, Corporate Human Resources

 

Featured Speaker

Catherine Garrett

HR Operations, Technology and Risk Director, Corporate Human Resources – Comerica Bank

Catherine Garrett joined Comerica Bank in July of 2006 as the Director of Administrative Management Services. In her current role as SVP of HR Operations, Technology and Compliance she oversees a variety of HR activities including HRIS Management, Payroll, Employee Relations, Relocation, Budgeting, Records Management and HR Compliance and Risk. The focus of Mrs. Garrett’s current position is to drive strategic performance through the implementation of technology and process that benefit the end users.

 



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