How Analytics Helps HR Quickly Comply with Workforce Regulations

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How Analytics Helps HR Quickly Comply with Workforce Regulations

No business is immune to risk.

By: Ian Cook, Director of Product Management, Visier

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Why Smaller and Mid-size Employers are Considering Self-funding

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Why Smaller and Mid-size Employers are Considering Self-funding

Corporate Synergies discusses the importance of understanding the risks and potential rewards of self-funding your medical benefits.

By John Crable, Senior Vice President, Corporate Synergies

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How to choose the right pharmacy benefits manager

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How to choose the right pharmacy benefits manager

The right PBM can drive employee satisfaction and cost control. Corporate Synergies discusses the questions to ask when vetting potential pharmacy benefit managers.

By John Crable, Senior Vice President, Corporate Synergies
August 1, 2016

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Q1 2016 Program Recap

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Q1 2016 Program Recap

By: PSPS Programming Committee

PSPS and our GPSEG partners jointly presented the noted author, professor, and thought leader Dr. Stew Friedman to a large group of members on January 27th, 2016. The program, entitled “Leading the Life You Want,” (Dr. Friedman’s most recent book) was well-received by enthusiastic members and guests, and allowed a window onto the decades of research and concept development with which Dr. Friedman is credited in the area of leadership and work-life integration.

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Best practices for effective leadership communications from Harvard Business Review

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Best practices for effective leadership communications from Harvard Business Review

Effective leadership communications incorporate three elements, according to HBS Professor Nitin Nohria:  appealing to rationality, emotions, and values.  Doing this well requires knowing your audience, and distilling complex information into a clear, concise message.  For more information on what makes a good leader, click on the following link: http://hbswk.hbs.edu/item/what-makes-a-good-leader

Reinvention: The Time and Place for 'Tomorrow Thinking'

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Reinvention: The Time and Place for 'Tomorrow Thinking'

Peter Sheahan, Founder and CEO, ChangeLabs, and 2015 PSPS Leadership Forum Keynote Speaker

If you’ve engaged with this series, it’s probably safe to say that you are an “ideas person” — you see the world for what it could be rather than just what it is. You possess some degree of clairvoyance, perceiving gaps to be filled and needs to be met before others. You aren’t just an inventor — you’re a reinventor. But it takes more than forward thinking to succeed; it takes opportunistic timing as well. Don’t they say, after all, that “timing is everything?”

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Q1 2015 PSPS Program Recaps

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Q1 2015 PSPS Program Recaps

By: PSPS Programming Committee

Quarterly Program - Five Workplace Predictions for the Next Five Years Leading Into 2020 with Jeanne Meister. On January 21, PSPS joined with ATD and welcomed Jeanne Meister, author of 2020 Workforce.  Jeanne addressed a crowd of approximately 200 HR and business leaders and shared her predictions for the workplace, identifying 5 important trends:

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Getting to a Single View of the Truth with Cloud-based HCM Technology

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Getting to a Single View of the Truth with Cloud-based HCM Technology

New research reveals that replacing multiple, on-premise human capital management systems with a unified cloud-based solution delivers serious business benefits.

If there’s anything you’d think human capital man­agement solutions would be good at, it’s counting humans. Yet for all but the smallest companies, figuring out how many employees they have is a perennial headache.

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PSPS Future of Human Capital Task Force

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PSPS Future of Human Capital Task Force

By: Karen DeLise, August 2014

“The war on talent is over, and talent won.”  Josh Bersin of Bersin by Deloitte Consulting has concisely captured the reality of human capital management in a post Great Recession world.  Human Resources leadership is being challenged by seismic shifts in workforce, technology and globalization.  These new employment dynamics require innovative approaches to attract and engage a demographically diverse workforce that has high expectations for their careers and employers. Rapidly evolving technology permeates nearly every aspect of life and work, changing the way we professionally collaborate and personally connect.  This technological tsunami of 24/7 communication has created a new concern, the overwhelmed employee.  Companies are operating in highly interdependent and uncertain global economy.  As economic growth and investment begins to accelerate, there is a widening disparity in leadership effectiveness and organizational readiness to meet these challenges. This is an exciting time to be a part of HR leadership!

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