Burlington, Massachusetts – Many of us already use Twitter or Facebook for social networking, but did you know companies are adopting social networking strategies to improve human resource (HR) service delivery that impacts their bottom line? Find out how through the International Association for Human Resource Information Management’s (IHRIM) Dec. 2 webinar, How HR Can Leverage Social Media and SharePoint to Drive Powerful Results.
Social media has opened the door to an entirely new way for people to communicate, collaborate and connect. Companies are discovering social media can improve HR service delivery, employee engagement and workplace productivity.
During the webinar, Susan Sanders, senior consultant for Watson Wyatt Worldwide, will explain how to:
• Leverage social media, collaboration and portal technologies to transform and streamline HR service delivery.
• Take advantage of existing technology investments, e.g., SharePoint, to transform HR portals.
• Think through key considerations when developing a social networking strategy.
Complimentary to members, IHRIM is conducting the webinar to allow member companies to educate a large number of employees at once, reduce travel expenses and maintain consistent levels of productivity by eliminating time out of the office. Non-members pay $135 per site. This program has been approved for 1.0 recertification credit hours toward PHR and SPHR recertification through the Human Resource Certification Institute.
Wed., Dec. 2
9-10 a.m. PST
11-12 p.m. CST
12-1 p.m. EST
Register today at by visiting www.IHRIM.org and clicking on the “Education” link.
Since 1980, the International Association for Human Resource Information Management (IHRIM), the world’s leading HRIM clearinghouse, has been uniting a dynamic group of practitioners, vendors, consultants, students and faculty to share best practices and the latest technological trends. Through membership, educational programming, listservs, CORE, certification, networking forums and IHRIM’s annual conference, HRIM professionals can receive valuable knowledge that will enhance both their own careers and their companies’ success.