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WorkForce Software to Share Workforce Management Expertise at Oracle HCM World

LIVONIA, MI -- (Marketwired) -- 02/04/14 --


WHO:
Cindy Hazen, Global Alliances manager, and Paul Kramer, director of Compliance, for WorkForce Software, the leading provider of workforce management solutions for organizations with complex labor policies and stringent compliance demands

WHAT:
Will share their workforce management expertise during "Industry Expert Panel" and "Legalizing with Workforce Management," at Oracle HCM World.

WHEN:
Oracle HCM World will take place from Tuesday, February 4 through Thursday, February 6, 2014.

Hazen will participate in the "Industry Expert Panel" on Wednesday, February 5 at 10:30 a.m.

Kramer will present "Legalizing with Workforce Management" on Wednesday, February 5 at 2:45 p.m.

WHERE:
The Venetian Las Vegas
3355 S. Las Vegas Blvd.
Las Vegas, Nev.

WorkForce Software will be exhibiting in booth no. 700.

DETAILS:
Organizations today face a number of challenges as they operate in what has become a truly global economy. In addition to traditional globalization concerns, there is also the increasingly critical need to address labor laws and work regulations at the local level. Since its inception, WorkForce Software has aimed to provide employers with the workforce management tools and best practices to overcome those challenges, achieve greater operational efficiency and drive bottom-line results.

During Oracle HCM World, WorkForce Software's Cindy Hazen, Global Alliances manager, and Paul Kramer, director of Compliance, will share their expertise in the workforce management space in two engaging sessions.

During the "Industry Expert Panel," Hazen will join fellow workforce management experts Mike Bollinger, vice president, Human Capital Transformation and Thought Leadership for Oracle, and Rosemary Longo, PeopleSoft and Fusion senior HCM consultant for CedarCrestone, to discuss some of the greatest challenges of workforce management, such as time and labor and absence management, and address questions from the audience.

In "Legalizing with Workforce Management," Kramer will discuss how workforce management solutions can help organizations take charge and stay on top of the ever increasing legislative changes. From overtime, scheduling and absence compliance laws worldwide to the impact of the Affordable Care Act, the session will provide tips and best practices for understanding legal risks and adhering to all regulations, while saving money.

Attendees of Oracle HCM World who wish to learn more about the best practices that can enhance their workforce management strategies are encouraged to attend these sessions. More information about WorkForce Software and how its industry-leading solutions integrate with Oracle's HCM technology can be found by visiting WorkForce Software at booth no. 700. Additional details can be accessed at: http://www.oraclehcmworld.com/.

About WorkForce Software
WorkForce Software is the leader in workforce management software for organizations with complex policies and compliance concerns. Through its EmpCenter® and RosterLive workforce management suites, WorkForce Software enables organizations to fully automate time and attendance processes, effectively manage employee absence and leave, optimize staff scheduling, gain real-time visibility into labor costs and productivity, and mitigate the risks associated with employee fatigue. Hundreds of leading organizations rely on WorkForce Software solutions to streamline compliance, reduce labor costs, provide more intuitive tools to their employees, and achieve strategic HR on a global basis.

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