‘The Future of Work’ Explores Human Capital Management
Companies that continually re-examine the long-term implications and lessons for Human Capital Management of a changing workplace will maintain their edge into the new normal
Human Capital Management has endured many disruptions, and there will surely be more ahead. Workflows are constantly being reinvented and online work environments and have been established. With a new emphasis on teamwork, todays HR managers are being asked to provide clear, concise and consistent messaging about a workplace that is always changing.
Enter Criterions Future of Work series with thought leaders and innovative HCM executives providing an informal but insightful look at the future of the workplace, with a focus on how to stay ahead of the curve.
The changing workplace can be challenging for employees, including HCM administrators. We think the changes are extensive and deserve community discussion, said Criterion Chief Sales Officer Steven Kuhn. Companies that continually re-examine the long-term implications and lessons for Human Capital Management of a changing workplace will maintain their edge into the new normal.
New discussions are released every week. Join the community to take part in monthly live sessions, ask questions and discover how other HR & HCM key opinion leaders are moving forward. Join us as we confer with Priceline Founder Jeff Hoffman, Former President of Xerox Gerry Perkel, and many others.
Criterion delivers the best human capital management (HCM) software user experience, functionality and value in the mid-market. Our full range of HCM solutions and state-of-the-art platform help organizations better manage the entire employment lifecycle and make data-driven workforce decisions at every stage. Criterion has served the HCM needs of mid-sized companies for more than 30 years. To learn more, visit CriterionHCM.com.