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HR.com Appoints Sability President to WFM Adsvisory Board

Industry expert and Sability President Scott Brown to represent service interests in workforce management.

May 31st, 2011 (Atlanta, GA) – Sability, a leader in Workforce Management consulting and implementation, is pleased to share that Scott Brown, President, was recently appointed to the Advisory Board of The Institute for Human Resources’ Workforce Management Program. IHR provides certification and accreditation to industry professionals along specialized HR verticals. In so doing, they build talent pools of highly skilled and trained professionals with critical niche skills and networks that can share best practices.

“Workforce Management certification has been a long overlooked area of priority,” said Scott Brown, President, Sability. “I am honored by this appointment, and I especially look forward to working with other leaders in our industry to establish a curriculum and standardized accreditation process that will serve to distinguish workforce management professionals.”

HR.com, the largest social community dedicated to the interests of human resource professionals, boasts over 194,000 members. In February 2011, HR.com launched the Advisory Board for the Institute for Human Resources – Workforce Management Certification Program. The Program’s goal is to provide certification and accreditation to industry professionals eager to advance their careers through deep domain expertise, valuable hands-on experience and knowledge that will empower them to make measurable improvements in the workplace.

“We are very pleased to have Scott joining our Advisory Board,” said Debbie McGrath, CEO, HR.com. “Scott brings valuable thought leadership insights in workforce management and we know that he will help to enhance and expand the interests of professionals in the industry with his expertise.”

Sability supports its clients with Workforce Management strategy, vendor selection, implementation and maintenance and is one of two integration partners representing the services side of Workforce Management on the IHR Advisory Board.