2014 Annual Networking Event – Take a Ride on the Talent Management Time Machine (Past, Present and Future)

Join Cleveland IHRIM and Willory on Tuesday, August 5th at Lockkeepers in Valley View for a unique and exciting networking event centered around getting to know your peers while learning the latest buzz on talent management.  The event will include:

  • Insights into the past, present, and future of talent management systems by subject matter expert Tara Morey, Senior HR Consultant and Project Manager at Findley Davies as well as a board member of the local IHRIM Chapter. Tara has deep subject-matter expertise with HRIS and talent management systems and will share what your organization should be considering in 2014 and beyond.
  • An opportunity to share ideas with your HR technology peers while discussing best practices to ensure success for your pending talent management initiatives.
  • A unique, fun way to network and get to know your professional peers
  • An overall great time and excuse to get out of the office early

Make sure to register for this fantastic event to gain insight into talent management systems, collaborate with your peers, and have a wonderful time sharing ideas with colleagues.

To complete your registration, send your name, company, and email address to clevelandihrim@gmail.com by July 31, 2014.

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Strategically Deploying HR Technology

Please respond to this quick survey to benchmark current practices related to technology implementation among local businesses.  Strategically Deploying HR Technology Survey

Presentation on Thursday February 27th
Deploying HR Technology Strategically

Of all the tools available to HR departments, technology is among the most valuable for implementing an HR strategy because of its ability to touch every employee and enable more efficient and effective evaluation of people: their potential, their contributions, their backgrounds and their motivations.

Join Brian and Aaron to learn:

  • How technology connects to HR strategy
  • How to get the most out of your implementation
  • How to benchmark your HR department’s capacity to deliver on its mission

In short, we will explain how HR technology facilitates the execution of HR strategy, and how you can use metrics to demonstrate the impact that technology is having on your key performance indicators.

Our Distinguished Speakers:

Brain Lowenthal, Founder and Managing Partner, Lion Valley Solutions
Brian Lowenthal is founder and Managing Partner of Lion Valley Solutions. In thirty years as a business professional, he has been a corporate executive, organizational consultant, and business owner/entrepreneur

As a Vice President of Human Resources, (first with Dots, Inc., a retail apparel company, and later with Bonne Bell, a consumer products company), he designed, developed, and implemented HR Strategic Plans aligned to the organization’s business strategy. He has expertise in the deployment of HR technology, has implemented HR practices that have significantly increased the level of employee engagement, and built HR scorecards. Brian was the first Director, Organizational Development, at Express, Inc., the largest division of The Limited, where he facilitated the creation of their Balanced Scorecard.

As a consultant, he has worked with Fortune 100 companies, as well as start-up organizations. Some of Brian’s clients have included: Motorola, Starbucks Coffee Company, JP Morgan Chase, Lockheed-Martin, KeyBank, The Ohio State University, University Hospitals and AEP.

An internationally recognized speaker and author on Benchmarking, HR Strategy, Measurement, Culture, and Organization and Leadership Development, Brian is an active member of SHRM and the HR Planning Society. He earned Bachelor of Science degrees in Business Education and Business Administration from Illinois State University, an MBA from Roosevelt University, and has taught Human Resources at Cleveland State University

Aaron Ziff, Vice President, International Strategy & Consulting
Aaron is a principal with International Strategy & Consulting, a boutique human resources consulting firm with offices in Boston and Cleveland. He spends half of his time helping clients select and unlock the value of their HR technology systems, and the other half assisting clients with defining – and executing projects to support – their talent strategies. Aaron earned his Master’s degree in Industrial & Organizational Psychology from the University of Akron, and is a credentialed Black Belt in Lean Six Sigma.

Please respond to this quick survey to benchmark current practices related to technology implementation among local businesses by Friday, February 21st.

Strategically Deploying HR Technology Survey

All attendees of the February 27th program will receive a complimentary copy of the survey results.

Thank you in advance for your participation !

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Send name, company and email address to: clevelandihrim@gmail.com

$40 All Attendees / $10 In-Transition

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2013 Annual Networking Event and Social Technology Trends

Social technology is changing the way we work and interact. As the social technology landscape changes, HR technology professionals have to adjust and adapt. IHRIM Cleveland is here to help. For our annual networking event scheduled on July 18th, we are thrilled to have Natha Green, Recruitment Product Consultant from LinkedIn, and Mike Wise, President of WebWisedom, scheduled to present on the ever-changing landscape of social technology and the impact on employers and professionals. After their presentations, we will engage in a fun, networking activity that will raise your networking to a new level. The event will wrap up with informal networking, beverages and heavy hors d’oeuvres.

The annual networking event is sponsored by Willory. Please plan on joining Willory and the Cleveland Chapter IHRIM at Mavis Winkles, 5005 Rockside Rd, Independence, Ohio.

Our Distinguished Speakers:

Natha Green, Recruitment Product Consultant @ LinkedIn. Natha has worked in the recruiting space for over twelve years including experience with companies like Siemens and Abbott. At LinkedIn, he currently engages with clients to improve their customer experience. Natha is focused on building partnerships and bridging gaps to meet his customer’s business objectives. He graduated from Southern Illinois University and resides in Chicago, IL.

LinkedIn (linkedin.com) takes your professional network online, giving you access to people, jobs and opportunities like never before. Built upon trusted connections and relationships, LinkedIn has established the world’s largest and most powerful professional network. Currently, more than 225 million professionals are on LinkedIn, including executives from all five hundred of the Fortune 500 companies, as well as a wide range of household names in technology, financial services, media, consumer packaged goods, entertainment, and numerous other industries. The company is publicly held and has a diversified business model with revenues coming from user subscriptions, advertising sales and hiring solutions.

Mike Wise, President @ WebWisedom
Mike is a SocialTech Consultant, Speaker and Author. He helps organizations develop customized sales and marketing strategies leveraging Social Technology. Mike has twenty years of technology and sales experience in three different industries including working for ADP for ten years. Mike resides in Hudson, OH and graduated from the University of Washington.

WebWisedom (webwisedom.com) is a Social Tech Strategy Consulting company focused on the insurance marketing and sales distribution industry. Leveraging significant experience with Web-based sales and marketing initiatives, and with a particular emphasis on Social Technologies, WebWisedom brings a nimble and dynamic solution to a complex and changing environment in the context of a highly regulated industry. WebWisedom partners with a variety of solutions providers to implement customized and proprietary strategies developed for each and every client. Engagements include customized E-commerce strategy development, Web design consulting, Blog and Social Tech strategy development and coaching, Social Network Sales and Marketing coaching, and project oversight serving as a General Contractor.

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The Cloud… The World In Which We Live – Are you Ready?

Cloud this and cloud that.  There is no where we go and nothing we do that doesn’t involve the cloud today, but what does this mean for the world of HR and workforce technology?  What does this mean for your organization and why is it all that people are talking about and shifting their priorities towards?
Join this interactive discussion with the world’s leading HCM cloud expert, Jason Averbook as he discusses:

  • How the cloud is transforming businesses and the way people work forever
  • How the world of HR technology will never be the same again, and if it is, you should be  fired
  • Why deploying cloud based technology and strategy requires different thinking then traditional tools
  • How to create a business case to shift from legacy HR applications to cloud based workforce technology solutions
  • Why cloud based solutions require us to “reimagine” HR now and into the future
    This is a “cant miss” event and we are very lucky to have Jason returning to Cleveland to share where we are today and where we are headed into the future.

Our Distinguished Speaker:
Jason Averbrook, Chief Business Innovation Officer, Appirio

Jason leads Appirio’s human capital management business. Drawing on more than 20 years of experience in the HR and technology industry, Jason works closely with customers to creatively drive business outcomes.

Jason was formerly the CEO and co-founder Knowledge Infusion, which was acquired by Appirio in 2012. While at Knowledge Infusion, Jason was responsible for the vision and strategy that propelled the company to be the recognized leader in HR consulting.

Prior to Knowledge Infusion, Jason held senior management positions at PeopleSoft and Ceridian, where he built strong relationships with customers and strove to provide unrivaled service to HR organizations around the world.

Jason is deeply involved in the global HR community and speaks frequently at industry conferences, including HR Technology, IHRIM and major enterprise software vendor conferences. He also frequently contributes to publications that include Bloomberg Businessweek, Forbes, Talent Management Magazine, HR Executive and Workforce Management. A native of Minnesota, Jason holds a bachelor’s degree and M.B.A. from the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul.

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Please register by Friday May 3rd
Send name, company and email address to: clevelandihrim@gmail.com

Program Fees:   All Attendees – $40   /   In Transition – $10

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Caveat Emptor – Raising Your HR Tech Market IQ

Raising Your Technology Market IQ

The HR Technology market has become increasingly volatile over the past decade.  The rate of acquisitions and mergers including investment by private equity, newly-coined application suites such as talent management, the advent of SaaS, Web 2.0 and the Cloud are but a few of the factors that have combined to create a technology market that can both overwhelm and confuse the buyer.  In this presentation, Freddye Silverman will explain some of the most recent trends and activities in this arena and (hopefully!) demystify the HR technology marketplace.  This presentation has been one of the top rated programs at the IHRIM National Conference for the past several years.  This is one program you will not want to miss!

Freddye Silverman is Vice President of the U.S. Eastern Region with Jeitosa Group International (www.jeitosa.com), a worldwide strategic business consultancy focused on making global HR possible.

Ms. Silverman has over 25 years experience as an HR technology solutions executive with several multinational corporations and as an HCM strategy consultant. She has significant experience in the global sector and her areas of expertise include business requirements definition, business process design and optimization, software selection, and the people factor in technology projects and usage. She works closely with clients to help improve HR business processes through optimized technology. She has worked in the U.S., Canada, Mexico and Europe with clients that include Consumer Reports, Callaway Golf, Orbitz, New York Life, Bright Horizons, Travelport and Hyatt Hotels.

Ms. Silverman has been an active member of IHRIM, the leading professional organization for HR technologists, for 25 years and was the recipient of that organization’s Ambassador Award in 2004. She is fluent in Spanish, has published numerous articles on HR technology, been a contributing author to several books and is a frequent speaker on the HR technology market landscape. She can be reached at  freddye.silverman@jeitosa.com.

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Driving Your Business with Integrated Talent Management led by SuccessFactors and Forest City


Thursday – November 1st

The largest HR technology acquisitions over the last year have involved talent management systems including SAP’s acquisition of SuccessFactors.  This underscores the rapid adoption of talent management systems and strategic role they have in organizations.

The first session of this event will feature Peter, Gerrity, Regional Sales Manager for SuccessFactors, discussing SAP’s acquisition of SuccessFactors. Peter will discuss how the acquisition will impact SAP’s current HRMS as well as what customers can expect going forward.
Peter will not only discuss what SuccessFactors has to offer clients but will give us a demo of the system.

In the second session Laurie Donahoo, Business Architect for SuccessFactors will walk us through creating an integrated talent management plan using best practices that you will want to follow.  This will include aligning goals to strategy, cascading goals, and optimizing employee performance. Laurie will also discuss her experience with SuccessFactors as a client and seasoned talent management professional.

In final part of this event Jayne White, Director of Talent Management at Forest City will review lessons learned in rolling out a talent management plan. Jayne will discuss the talent management model at Forest City along with the challenges she has worked through. She will discuss the importance of defining requirements early on, the challenge of creating a plan before you have the system, change management lessons learned, the implementation and issues that arise when working with a vendor.

What you will learn by attending this session:

  • Best practices for putting together an integrated talent management plan.
  • How to sell your integrated talent management plan to management.
  • Lessons learned from an actual Talent Management implementation, including change management and working with vendors.
  • Why SAP acquired SuccessFactors for $3.4 billion and a demo of the system.
  • How Success Factors fits into SAP’s model and other vendors models.

Our Distinguished Speakers:

Pete Gerrity, SuccessFactors – Regional Sales Manager
Pete supports the state of Ohio for SuccessFactors Enterprise Customers that include all industries and is responsible for managing those relationships for all SuccessFactors Cloud-based solutions. Pete brings over 20+ years of extensive experience managing complex relationships at all levels, including C-level executives, IT, Line of business managers, and field representatives at large enterprise software customers.

Laurie Donahoo, SuccessFactors – Business ArchitectLaurie supports the Mid-Atlantic and Southeast regions, and brings extensive HCM experience from her leadership in global professional services, including aerospace, defense and financial services companies such as DRS Technologies, Mercer, Hewitt, Ernst & Young LLP and HSBC. In this capacity, she will work with both current and prospective SFSF customers to drive executive-level conversations aiding in the transformation of their business strategy into measurable results leveraging the SuccessFactors BizX platform.

Laurie joined SuccessFactors with expertise in all areas of talent management with specific expertise in leveraging the business execution solution to achieve hard dollar results. She has deep experience in the areas of change management, succession planning, compensation, learning and development, recruiting and overall project management.

Jayne White, Forest City Enterprises – Director of Talent ManagementJayne White is the Director of Talent Management at Forest City Enterprises, a leading owner, operator, and developer of distinctive and diversified real estate projects throughout the U.S.  She is leading the creation and launch of an integrated Talent Management program designed to drive alignment of the company’s talent with strategic business needs.  Jayne has over 20 years of Human Resources experience with Forest City, GE, and Progressive Insurance.  She has been actively involved with forming and leading teams and programs, including Succession and Performance Planning.  Jayne’s areas of interest include leadership development and understanding and leveraging organization culture to drive change.

Jayne is a recent graduate of the Master of Organization Development program at Bowling Green State University.  She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Kent State University.

Thursday – November 1st

9:15am – 9:30am – Breakfast / Networking

9:30 – 11:45 am – Program / Q & A

Venue:  Cuyahoga County Public Library
Independence Branch
6361 Selig Drive
Independence, Ohio 44131-4926

Register Now !!

Please register by Friday October 26th
Send name, company and email address to:clevelandihrim@gmail.com

Program Fees
All Attendees – $40

In Transition – $10

Click on the link above to pay by credit card

Checks will be accepted at the door – make checks payable to IHRIM
17421 Lexington Lane
Strongsville, OH 44136

Thanks to our Sponsor


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Caveat Emptor – Buyer Beware!

Caveat Emptor – Buyer Beware!

Wednesday August 8th
1:00 pm – 2:00 pm EST

Use this link to register today

The HR technology market constantly changes and in the past several years has been unusually volatile. Besides having to keep up with new tech developments, practitioners are also challenged with mergers and acquisitions which impact products they already have or were considering. This webinar does a scan of the HR technology market, looking at what has happened in the past year, what has fallen off the radar, promising newcomers and important trends. Help yourself and your company by becoming an informed consumer!

Ms. Silverman is Vice President of the Eastern Region for Jeitosa Group International, an HR consulting firm specializing in midmarket global strategy and systems deployment. Prior to joining Jeitosa she was an independent consultant for five years and has been in the HRIS field since 1986. Formerly Vice President of HR Technology Solutions at Cendant Corporation, she was responsible for technology strategic planning and oversight of global HR systems and the U.S. payroll system, serving 90,000 employees of multiple businesses in more than 50 countries.

Ms. Silverman has been actively involved in the International Association for Human Resource Information Management (IHRIM) since 1986, serving as Midatlantic chapter president for three years and as an Association board member for six years. She was President of the International Association in 1997. She has been an adjunct professor in HRMS for Johns Hopkins University, an instructor in HRMS for the AMA, has presented frequently both in the U.S. and abroad and has published many journal articles.

Silverman has a B.A. in Spanish from Adelphi University, a Masters degree in Education from Towson University and taught Spanish at the secondary and university level for ten years before making a career change into I.T. and then specializing in HRIS.

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Total Compensation – The Next Generation led by Mercer and ADP

SIGN UP NOW – Thursday – April 5th 
8:15am – 11:30am  

Mercer will kick off the segment with a quick update on current and future trends regarding the link between pay and performance, as well as other approaches to workforce segmentation.  We will then discuss the various challenges that are facing organizations that lack compensation management technology, specifically the heavy focus on the transactional activities for compensation processes.   However, there is an ever increasing demand for compensation teams to be more proactive and consultative to their constituents, and a need to enhance the HR profile.  What is the trend to alleviate those burdens to allow more focus on strategic related activities, how are organizations making the transition?  The move to automate compensation processes by implementing a compensation management technology is becoming ever more important and critical to compensation teams, whether the organization is domestic or global.  We will discuss what this type of technology can help companies to achieve, as well as demo the Mercer ePRISM system to allow participants to see the power of such a technology.

The second half of the presentation will focus on the challenges of making better decisions when awarding compensation, the obstacles and examples of how organizations have overcome them.  All companies achieve the goal of making compensation changes, but how many of them get the most out of every dollar, yen and euro?  Too many companies talk pay for performance but fall back into the peanut butter principle, where increase are spread evenly with little or no differentiation.  Or, even worse, budgets are overspent and guidelines are ignored due to lack of understanding or control.    Enabling greater control and effectiveness should be the goal of every organization, but the question is how do companies successfully change their processes and culture?  In this session techniques and technology will be reviewed to show how companies that range from regional to global solve these problems.

Our Distinguished Speakers:

Patrick O’Cull – Principal, Mercer
Patrick is a Principal in Mercer’s Talent, Rewards and Communications business out of the Detroit office.
Patrick has over ten years of executive and broad-based compensation experience. He works with companies in a variety of industries ranging from small entrepreneurial firms to Fortune 500 companies to set executive, employee, and director pay levels, design short- and long-term incentive plans, and ensure that executive pay programs are aligned with the company’s business strategies. Patrick has eight years of compensation consulting experience with Mercer. Additionally, Patrick worked for two years with Ally Financial (formerly GMAC Financial), most recently as a Compensation Manager focusing on executive compensation and variable pay plan design. Patrick has been a guest speaker at national and regional conferences for the Foundation Financial Officers Group (“FFOG”), Michigan Association of Certified Public Accountants, Michigan Ontario Compensation Association, and Ohio State Bar Association. Additionally, Patrick designed the FFOG Compensation and Benefits Survey which is the largest and most comprehensive compensation and benefits survey covering the private foundation sector.
Teri Zipper – Global Software Product Strategy, Mercer
Teri is a Partner with Mercer’s Talent, Rewards and Communication (TR&C) group. She is responsible for software product strategy, design and delivery of the group’s broad array of tools for human resources professionals. Based in Louisville, Kentucky, Teri has over 17 years of experience in technology, including developing product strategy and vision, promoting products, managing product lifecycles, and leading the implementation and support function for Mercer’s client-deliverable software tools. Her expertise is in the area of integrating technology with human capital – particularly compensation – data to improve the effectiveness of clients’ salary administration programs. In 2011, Teri authored a detailed chapter in the Compensation Guide, edited by William Caldwell and published by Thomson Reuters, on the topic of managing compensation using technology.
Robert Mattson – Director, Talent Management Marketing, ADP
Robert is a 20 year veteran of the enterprise software space, and has been focusing on Talent Management systems for the past 10 years. As the Director of Talent Management Marketing at ADP, Robert focuses on guiding product direction and creating compelling messaging to assist the market in understanding the breadth and depth of ADP Talent offerings.  Robert has led a number of research projects in the areas of the improvements driven by compensation technology and the maturity of talent management processes at global organizations. Prior to this role, he has held management positions at Workscape, Applix, Eprise Inc., Interleaf and Allaire Corporation.  Robert has been published in Employee Relations Today, Workspan, Talent Management Magazine and the Compensation Handbook, 5th Edition (McGraw Hill).
Thursday – April 5th 
8:15am – 8:45am
Breakfast/ Networking
8:45am – 11:30am
Program/Q & A

Cuyahoga County Public Library
 Administrative Offices
2111 Snow Road
Parma 44134

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Please register by
Friday March 30th
Send name, company and email address to:clevelandihrim@gmail.com
Program Fees
Click on the link above to pay by credit card

Checks will be accepted at the door


Make checks payable toIHRIM
17421 Lexington Lane
Strongsville, OH 44136
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The Transforming World of HR

The HR function is having a major paradigm shift today, and deploying software is different now than ever before. HR is more responsiblefor driving HR technology and tying it back to the business, and major decisions are at hand that will drastically change HR into the future like, moving Core HR to a SaaS model, ensuring the right global service delivery model, and cleaning up and optimizing technology.

Join Knowledge Infusion Co-Founder and CEO, Jason Averbook, to hear what HR leaders should be focused on as the role of HR is transforming, including HR and technology trends and the potential impact on your organization.

Our Distinguished Speaker:

Jason Averbook is Chief Executive Officer and co-founder of Knowledge Infusion. As CEO, Jason is responsible for the groundbreaking vision and strategy that has propelled the organization to the recognized leader in HR consulting. Drawing on more than 20 years of experience in the HR and technology industry, Jason works closely with clients as the executive lead on strategic consulting engagements.

Prior to co-founding Knowledge Infusion, Jason held senior management positions at PeopleSoft and Ceridian where he built strong relationships with industry-leading companies, and strove to provide the best service to HR organizations around the world.

Jason is deeply involved in the global HR community delivering over 50 keynote addresses during 2009 as well as a frequent contributor to leading publications, such as Business Week, CIO, CFO, Talent Management Magazine, HR Executive, and Workforce Management. A native of Minnesota, Jason holds a BA and an MBA from the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul.

When: Tuesday, August 9th, 2011 

8:15am – 8:45am  – Breakfast/ Networking
8:45am – 11:30am – Program/Q & A
Cuyahoga County Public Library:  Administrative Offices, 2111 Snow Road, Parma 44134
Please register by Friday August 5th:
Send name, company and email address to:clevelandihrim@gmail.com
Program Fees: All Attendees – $40; In Transition – $10 

Checks will be accepted at the door:
Make checks payable to IHRIM
17421 Lexington Lane
Strongsville, OH 44136
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Onboarding: Balancing Technology and the Personal Touch

Date:      Thursday May 12th, 2011

Time:      8:15am – 8: 45am   –   Breakfast and Networking
8:45am – 11:30am  –  Program and QA

Place: Cuyahoga County Public Library
Administrative Offices
2111 Snow Road
Parma 44134

“Attract and Retain a Capable, Diverse and Engaged Workforce” is one of Key Bank’s top five strategic priorities. Yet the employees at Key with the least amount of tenure were the least engaged. The newly hired missed the personal touch as Key moved from classroom style new hire orientation to virtual self help. With the cost of losing an employee in the first year estimated to be three times their salary and 22% of staff turning over in the first 45 days that wasn’t acceptable.

Come hear and see how Key Bank utilizes their self service technology with a New Hire Portal, in conjunction with a New Hire Ambassador Program to foster a sense of belonging and connectedness thus engaging the workforce from day one.

Our Key Bank Panel:

Recently certified as an HR Information Professional, James M. Zema is a portal and security administrator for the KeyCorp HCM, EPM, and Enterprise Portal PeopleSoft applications, primary administrator of the company’s Authoria Communications knowledge base, and the Access Control Specialist for all HR applications at Key. His experiences have included acting as the security team owner and a portal lead during Key’s 9.0 PeopleSoft implementation and leading several other projects dealing with portal technology, talent management, security, and other related areas.

He has presented several times in the Cleveland region, primarily at corporate functions and the Cleveland chapter of IHRIM. In 2010 he spoke at Quest Midwest in Chicago on PeopleSoft security and will be presenting again at the national IHRIM HRMStrategies Conference and Technology Exposition in Washington D.C. this May.

Jennifer DiSanto is a senior business analyst on the Human Resources Information Management team at KeyBank. She is responsible for Self-Service Delivery management with primary focus on KeyBank’s HR self-service internet application. She has served in both technical and functional roles during multiple technology upgrades and enhancement projects, concentrating on the portal front-end technology. Jennifer has been with KeyBank 15 years.

Julie Gullatta joined Key in 1978 and has held various positions in HR, most often revolving around Customer Service, Benefits and Payroll. She became the Manager for the HR Call Center at its inception in May of 1997. She is responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations of the Call Center by providing high quality support to the team. Her main focus is to ensure that team members are knowledgeable and adequately trained, are client focused, and provide distinctive service in a professional and friendly manner. Beginning in 2006, Julie also manages the corporate-wide New Hire Onboarding administration, which includes the New Hire Ambassador Program, overseeing the creation of new employee and hiring manager Welcome Packets, and I-9 Form Administration. HR Recordkeeping and the maintenance of all electronic employment files are also under Julie’s management.

Register Now!

Please register by Monday, May 9th, 2011 to MaryAnn Sciarappa at:


Make checks payable to IHRIM
or mail payment to IHRIM, 651 Orchardview Rd., Seven Hills, OH 44131

Program Fees:     All Attendees – $40
In Transition – $10

Fees payable at the door – Cash or Check

We hope to see you at the session!

Attendees Earn 2.5 HRIP Recertification Credit Hours

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