cfactor Works Inc. and IHRIM to Offer Complimentary Thought Leadership / Networking Event in DFW Area in August

Event to take place August 8th at the Sheraton DFW Airport Hotel. Kevin Sheridan, best-selling author of Building a Magnetic Culture will deliver a keynote presentation on Creating an Engaged, Productive Workforce.

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Networking with other industry professionals is central to the IHRIM experience. Regional events that promote the sharing of ideas and best practices benefit us all. I hope you can attend this event.

Saskatoon, SK (PRWEB) July 14, 2014

cfactor Works Inc., developer of socially infused Human Resources technologies, in partnership with IHRIM, the leading membership association for HR information management professionals announced today that they are offering a complimentary thought leadership / networking event in the DFW area on August 8th from 10:30 am – 12:00 pm at the Sheraton DFW Airport Hotel.

Register for the complimentary event now.

The event will feature a keynote presentation from Kevin Sheridan, best-selling author of ‘Building a Magnetic Culture: How to Attract & Retain Top Talent to Create an Engaged, Productive Workforce’. At the event attendees will receive a complimentary signed copy of Kevin’s best-selling book along with refreshments and lunch.

Kevin Carlson, IHRIM Chairman of the Board of Directors noted, “Networking with other industry professionals is central to the IHRIM experience. Regional events that promote the sharing of ideas and best practices benefit us all. I hope you can attend this event.”

Topics that will be covered at the event include:

  • The bottom line benefits of employee engagement
  • Creating an environment of shared ownership for engagement
  • The Top 10 Engagement Drivers
  • Recruiting: the foundation for a magnetic culture
  • Overcoming demagnetizers: compensation and other challenges for managers
  • The importance of embracing diversity & inclusion
  • Engagement trends & best practices
  • Real-world success stories

Sign up for the event or view more information.

About Kevin Sheridan
With nearly 30 years of experience, Kevin Sheridan is an expert in human capital management and one of the most sought-after voices in the world on the topic of employee engagement. He is dedicated to helping organizations build a Magnetic Culture® that attracts and retains top talent. Having consulted for many industry-leading organizations, Kevin prides himself on his many years of hands-on experience that have helped him garner a deep understanding of the unique challenges and opportunities affecting human resources leaders today.

Kevin has been featured in numerous media outlets, including The Wall Street Journal, USA TODAY, Chicago Tribune, Yahoo! News, Crain’s Chicago Business, Human Resource Executive, Hospitals & Health Networks, Talent Management, Modern Healthcare, Engagement Strategies Magazine, and Chief Learning Officer

About cfactor Works Inc. (cfactor)
cfactor’s Vibe HCM delivers a personalized, interactive HRMS, talent management and employee collaboration suite. Unlike typical HR systems, Vibe HCM is a dynamic hub of employee-focused processes, communications, connections and collaboration – driving efficiency while fostering engagement. As its name implies, Vibe HCM delivers personalized, highly branded experiences tailored to our customer’s culture, unique story. More than 750 firms “got the Vibe” in their workplaces.

About IHRIM
Since 1980, the International Association for Human Resource Information Management (IHRIM) has been the leading membership association for HR information management professionals and offers you a unique community that blends education, collaboration and professional certification. IHRIM is committed to advancing the profession by providing unparalleled education and professional development opportunities, offering a certification program, facilitating an HR information management community and supporting the HRIM foundation.