Enwisen Announces Shared Services Institute’s HR Shared Services Annual Survey Results to Be Broadcast at March 18 Webinar

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Be the first to hear the results of the Shared Services Institute’s 2010 North America HR Shared Services Survey. Jim Scully, survey author and President and Founder, Shared Services Institute, will discuss survey findings including: business drivers for moving to HR Shared Services; scope of HR services being delivered; cost implications – including call center staffing ratios; and technology models and their impact on HR Shared Services’ evolution.

WHO: Jim Scully, President and Founder, Shared Services Institute, and Barbara Levin, senior vice president of Marketing and Customer Community, Enwisen – the leader in SaaS-based HR service delivery solutions.

WHEN: Thursday, March 18 at 11 am Pacific (1 pm Central, 2 pm Eastern)

WHAT: Be the first to hear the results of the Shared Services Institute's 2010 North America HR Shared Services Survey. Jim Scully, survey author, will discuss survey findings including: business drivers for moving to HR Shared Services; scope of HR services being delivered; cost implications – including call center staffing ratios; and technology models and their impact on HR Shared Services' evolution.

This is the only independent HR Shared Services survey devoted exclusively to HR-related practices and trends, including:

  • Prioritization of HR business objectives and budget
  • Current and anticipated HRSS delivery models, organization and staffing
  • Planned and future HR process improvements

WHERE: Online from the convenience of your desk. Click here to register.

FEE: Complimentary. All webinar participants will also receive a complimentary copy of survey results.

This press release was distributed through PR Web by Human Resources Marketer (HR Marketer: http://www.HRmarketer.com) on behalf of the company listed above.

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