We're excited to share our experience in using our online talent management system to help create a unified, corporate culture focused on performance – even in a down cycle.
(PRWEB) April 07, 2009
An upcoming webcast from Halogen Software will highlight the firsthand experience of Texas-based Convenience Foods Systems in using an online talent management system to weather the downturn. Communicating about performance has never been more critical than in the current economy. For Scott Mottern, regional manager of HR at CFS, using an online talent management system to align individual and corporate goals and focus on ongoing performance feedback is vital and allows everyone in the organization to have a clear line-of-sight into how their efforts and accomplishments help their organization reach its goals.
Date: April 16, 2009
Time: 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM ET
Presenter: Scott Mottern, Regional HR Manager at Convenience Foods Systems (CFS)
To register for the webinar visit: http://www.halogensoftware.com/news-events/webinars/wp_webinar.php?type=webinar&p=1021
Join this complimentary webinar where Scott Mottern, Regional HR Manager at CFS will share:
- Lessons learned in implementing an automated talent management system at two organizations to mend a broken process and reduce HR headaches,
- How he has used performance management data as the basis for other talent management practices such as succession and pay for performance initiatives,
- The crucial role this has played in aligning goals, improving employee engagement, unifying a fragmented corporate culture with a renewed focus on performance, and
- More recently, bringing a sense of security to employees via ongoing feedback in challenging economic times.
“CFS faces the same business challenges as many organizations, here in Dallas and around the world. Being able to strategically align the goals of employees with those of the organization, and provide ongoing feedback is more important now than ever. It ensures our organization has everyone pulling in the same direction,” says Scott Mottern, regional HR manager at CFS. “We’re excited to share our experience in using our online talent management system to help create a unified, corporate culture focused on performance – even in a down cycle.”
Systems that can positively affect corporate performance are a coveted advantage in a downturn – a claim backed by recent industry research. A 2008 study by CedarCrestone, The Value of HR Technologies: Metrics and Stories, showed that companies who use strategic HR software have stronger operating income growth than those without. IBM’s 2008 study Integrated Talent Management, found that “both smaller and larger companies who invest in talent management practices are more likely to outperform their industry peers.”
About Halogen Software:
Halogen Software is recognized as a market leader by industry analysts and strongly endorsed by the thousands of HR professionals who use their Talent Management solutions. The company offers a complete suite of web-based products that automate, simplify and integrate performance appraisals, 360 degree feedback, compensation management, succession planning and learning management. Halogen’s offering makes HR best-practices accessible to companies of all sizes and its healthcare, financial services and professional services specific suites meet the unique needs of these industries. Halogen is consistently recognized by the industry and its customers for its exceptional implementation and support services, and has won multiple awards for its corporate leadership and product innovation, including HR Technology Product of the Year. For more information, visit http://www.halogensoftware.com.
PR Consultant, Halogen Software
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