EXECUTIVES FROM LEADING SHRM EXHIBITORS REFLECT ON HR’S TOP CONCERNS.
Employers around the world rely on ADP® for cloud-based solutions and services
to help manage their most important asset—their people. From human resources
to talent management to benefits administration, ADP brings unmatched depth
and expertise in helping clients build a better workforce.
Ceridian is a global HCM technology company. Our offering includes Dayforce
HCM, Global Solutions, Small Business Payroll and Life Works EAP. Ceridian.
Makes Work Life Better TM
Fisher & Phillips LLP
Fisher & Phillips provides practical business solutions for employers’ workplace
legal problems. Labor and employment law is all we do, with 300 attorneys in 31
General Dynamics IT is a leading provider of human capital solutions, including
personnel risk and talent management assessments and surveys, and award-winning custom learning services.
HireRight provides global background checks, drug and health testing, and
electronic Form I- 9 and E-Verify solutions that help employers manage and control
background screening programs.
Below is a list of some of the exhibitors at the exposition, along with
reasons you should visit their booths.
iCIMS Talent Acquisition Suite helps organizations leverage mobile, social and video
technologies to manage their entire talent acquisition lifecycle all within a single web-based application.
Liberty Mutual is an industry leader in auto and home voluntary benefits! Stop by booth
1312 to learn more and enter to win VIP seats to Jennifer Hudson!
In background screening, simple rules. And no one makes your searches simpler than
Verified Person. Come see us at SHRM and play the Simple Rules Challenge with special
host Wink Martindale.
Fisher & Phillips
Invest in the security of confidential information
and trade secrets, i.e., protect your “secret sauce.”
Confidential information is highly portable in today’s
world. Moreover, employees now have greater
mobility due to the revived economy. That is a very
dangerous combination, and it puts every employer’s
“secret sauce” at risk.
Employees use their personal smart phones and
other mobile devices to do their jobs, and in the
process acquire massive amounts of confidential
information that can easily leave with them. Not only is
that confidential information important to the business’
ability to compete, the information may include
confidential customer information that the company
has a duty to protect.
Employees also use social media and other tools
outside of the employer’s control to collect data that
is vital to the company’s success and is very valuable
to competitors. Employees pour hundreds— if not
thousands—of hours into collecting information
on their LinkedIn accounts. What happens to that
information when employees leave?
Significant investments are necessary in the areas
of 1) mobile device management and other data
security software; 2) data security audits; and 3) legal
reviews of agreements, policies and procedures, to
ensure that the “secret sauce” is secure.
Vice President of Marketing
Candidate experience can make or break your
recruiting and onboarding efforts. Current statistics
from the 2015 HireRight Employment Screening
Benchmarking Report show that the No. 1 business
challenge for companies is finding quality talent.
While more than 76 percent of companies say they
plan to increase hiring in the next year, the availability
of the people they need is limited. As a result, HR
leaders should consider investing in technologies that
improve the candidate experience, thus enhancing the
applicant’s favorable impression of the employer and,
hopefully, giving them a competitive advantage.
Look for solutions offering dashboards that allow
applicants to enter information one time without
unnecessary redundancy or error, help speed the
process and that integrate seamlessly with other
onboarding and recruiting software. Most important
are tools that include candidates in the hiring steps;
for example, a tool that lets them see and follow their
own background check through the pre-employment
Screening can seem mysterious and slightly scary
for job seekers, and dashboards provide transparency
while also letting applicants feel more in control. They
also reduce time to hire, because missing documents
or information can be sought from the candidate
directly via text or email. These applicant dashboards
may also be part of a total integration of the screening
function with talent management software, further
speeding time to hire and letting companies “get there
first” with great candidates.