CEO Cary Schuler of cfactor

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cary schulerJoined today by Cary Schuler, CEO and Co-founder of cfactor, which optimizes workforce management.

SHOW NOTES AND HIGHLIGHTS:

1. You can learn more about cfactor here. And you can find Cary Schuler on Twitter here.

2. Cary talks about how they transform how organizations interact with their employees.

3. Why simple matters in the HR tech space.

4. The importance of delivering engaging employee experiences.

5. How to square the notion of security with a more social implementation of HR tech.

6. The missed opportunities of most organizations by not taking better advantage of the pre-boarding phase of the hiring cycle.

7. Why a good technical solution should “save a ton of money.”

8. Cary shares the secret as to how cfactor is transforming it’s marketplace.

9. The role big data plays in all of this…and it’s role in organizational decision-making.

10. Cary shares other ideas on how organizations can transform their market, and we drill down on the power of agility.

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Kristie Evans of HR Logistics: Strategic HR

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Pleased to welcome Kristie Evans, CEO and founder of HR Logistics, to the show! HR Logistics provides business analytics and business intelligence, focused specifically in human capital management.

On the show, we discussed the following topics:

1. What the heck does logistics have to do with human resources?

2. The increased importance of analytics in human resources and human capital management. What do you measure? How do you measure? What tools do you use?

3. What is human risk management, and why does it matter to an organization? There is a transaction taking place when a person sells their skills to an organization, and in exchange for paycheck, the organization assumes it will get the benefits of that person’s talent and skills…

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4. The difference between managing talent risk, and leveraging talent…

5. Can an HR organization provide a strategic edge to a customer? And if so, how?

6. How does an organization set its human capital management priorities?

7. Business process transformation, transformative change management…just some of the work that HR Logistics does. How does an HR shop help organizations transform not only their business, but their own marketplace?

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Chris Havrilla: SHRM Atlanta 2012!

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Chris Havrilla

A real pleasure to welcome my good friend Chris Havrilla to the show. Chris is the VP of Social Media for SHRM Atlanta. Chris is also a consultant that works with organizations on their talent acquisition and talent management strategies.

But on today’s show, we were here to mainly talk about the upcoming SHRM-ATL annual conference. On today’s show, Chris, Todd, and I discussed the following topics:

1. What is SHRM (Society of Human Resource Management), and why does it matter? It is, after all, one of the largest professional organizations on the planet…

2. Who joins SHRM? Individuals? Organizations? Both? The diversity of membership is incredible…

3. The importance of SHRM’s lobbying efforts…

4. What to expect from the SHRM-ATL Annual Conference: networking, breakout sessions, keynotes, and all the different tracks…

5. The National SHRM event, which is also being held in Atlanta…

6. Who should attend SHRM-ATL? Is it just for HR professionals? [Short answer: No.] Because talent is so important to transforming your marketplace…

7. The CRITICAL importance of talent development…and talent management…

8. How to make your people ambassadors for your organization…and why that is vital to your organizational health.

You can follow SHRM-ATL on Twitter here.

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