Meetings & Events
HR’s challenge in using your HRIS to provide information for improving Organization Effectiveness
Jun 28, 2017
Affiliate: Ventura County CA
Start: 06/28/2017 7:15 AM
End: 06/28/2017 9:00 AM
Venue: Thousand Oaks Inn (Best Western)
HRCI Credits: 1.00

$26.00 for individual members
$26.00 for corporate members
$23.00 for student members
$38.00 for guests / non-members
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This informative program will focus on HR’s challenge in using your HRIS to provide information for improving Organization Effectiveness

HOW DO YOU GET THE MOST FROM YOUR HRIS DATA & SYSTEM? This presentation will provide HR professionals with a current look at HR Systems and the challenges of providing HR information that can help shape Organizational Effectiveness. This presentation will include:
• Human Capital Management Systems today
• Understanding Human Capital Metrics, Analytics, and Big Data
• Strategies for utilizing HRIS for full participation in Organization Effectiveness
By the end of this session, participants will be able to:
• Consideration of your current HRIS status
• Quick review of HRIS capabilities
• Major HRIS vendors
• Changes in HRIS field
• How well does HR provide critical data with current HRIS
• Your degree of participation in organization effectiveness initiatives-i.e. customer satisfaction, productivity, quality, innovation, etc.
• Current culture regarding HR participation in organization effectiveness
• Adequacy of current HR data and analytics
• How HRIS vendors are providing metrics and analytics
• HR time allocation by area
• HR Dashboards
• Measuring HR and measuring the workforce
• ROI on measurement
• Accountability of leaders for results
• Data driven culture
• KPIs for organization and HR
• New business intelligence (BI)
• Data warehouses and Big Data
• Data vs. Action
• Measuring Change
• Identifying organization’s processes
• People, processes, change, RESULTS
• Organization competencies
• Job and team performance measurement
• Performance evaluation methods
• Developing Customer surveys and HR involvement
• Cascade of strategic and operational plans
• Steps in building HR’s data ability
• Building a monthly scoreboard of HR
• Type and Complexity of employee benefits data
• Importance of total cost of workforce vs. organization improvement; ROI
• Understand how to use Automation, outsourcing and cost/benefit analysis

7:00am - 7:30am   Registration & Networking
7:30am - 8:00am   Breakfast, Announcements & Legal Update by Kirstin Muller, Esq., Hirschfeld Kraemer LLP
8:00am - 9:00am   Program/Q&A Session
Thanks to Our Sponsors
Kirstin E. Muller, Esq., Partner at Hirschfeld Kraemer LLP
Kirstin Muller is a partner in the firm’s Los Angeles office, which she joined in 1999.  Ms. Muller practices exclusively labor and employment law, vigorously defending clients in litigation before state and federal courts, as well as administrative agencies including the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the California Division of Labor Standards Enforcement, the federal Department of Labor, Cal/OSHA, the California Employment Development Department, and the California Workers’ Compensation Appeals Board, among others.  She has had success in numerous cases by achieving summary judgment for her clients and defending the decisions on appeal.  She also defends matters at trial or hearing.  Her experience involves representing employers in a broad range of disputes involving discrimination, reasonable accommodation, wrongful termination, wage and hour, and trade secret issues.  In addition to litigating, Ms. Muller also takes an active role in her clients’ preventative measures by providing extensive advice and counsel services and training.  She takes her preventative approach seriously and donates her time to provide complimentary presentations to a variety of human resource and executive training organizations each year.  Ms. Muller’s international background has also helped hone her negotiation skills and led her to obtain important results for her clients in resolving disputes before trial through mediation or direct negotiation with the opposing side.
A breakfast buffet will be served.
Meal Options
Breakfast Buffet
Venue Information
Cancellation Policy
If you need to cancel your reservation, please contact Paul Dryman at 805-371-1264 or via email at  If you are leaving a message, please include your name, organization, and a phone number where you can be reached.  Cancellations received by noon on the Friday prior to the meeting will receive a full refund.