PeopleAdmin’s suite of talent management solutions has an excellent reputation for customizing to the employment services experiences found in government organizations.
Austin, TX (PRWEB) September 26, 2011
PeopleAdmin will demonstrate its Government Talent Management Suite and how it streamlines and simplifies human resource (HR) processes, reduces the monitoring and reporting burden for satisfying EEO/AA hiring practices, while also complying with ADA/Section 508 accessibility requirements and meet the ever-changing demands and regulatory requirements put on public sector HR organizations by providing a flexible and configurable interface and reporting system.
“PeopleAdmin’s suite of talent management solutions has an excellent reputation for customizing to the employment services experiences found in government organizations,” said Tammy J. Guerra, Human Resources Manager, City of Wichita Falls, TX. “The company truly listens and understands the demands of HR departments and logically enhances the product to align with our unique demands.”
Come visit the team of experts at booth #10 and see new product enhancements including civil service recruitment. The new Civil Service Solution integrates assessments from any source, applies intelligent rules for qualifying and ranking applicants, manages eligible lists, and automates the certification process. The workflows are fully configurable and rules for ranking and qualifying applicants are customized to reflect an organization’s unique processes.
“We are excited to add civil service recruitment to our comprehensive suite of talent management solutions and IPMA is the perfect place to debut this new offering,” states Susanne Bowen, CEO of PeopleAdmin. “This event is an excellent opportunity for us to collect feedback from attendees regarding current challenges, product request and future strategies for talent management programs.”
PeopleAdmin provides a comprehensive solution to a long list of customers including the City of Philadelphia, the Commonwealth of Virginia, and the City of Tucson.