ARTICLES & PRESENTATIONS
Single Sourcing the HR Workstream for Mid-Market Corporate Transactions Optimizing People, Process and Technology to Achieve Maximum Cost and Operational Synergy Navigating the HR Workstream throughout the End-to-End M&A life cycle can be a complex...
HR Tech Stack in 2020 Insights from an HR.com & Sability virtual event. Sability recently participated in HR.com’s "The State of Today’s HR Tech Stack Virtual Event." This event was centered around an HR technology study, conducted this summer, surveying 294...
Over the past decade, the HR function has undergone a critical transformation from a transactional cost center to a strategic business partner in the C-suite. As both an observer and participant to these changes, I’ve seen three common themes emerge through these HR transformations:
Making a change to your Human Resources technology is a significant undertaking which will impact all facets of your organization. As the HR function continues to evolve, the expectation of HR to play a strategic role in the overall business increases. We view the HR tech stack as a vehicle to drive efficiency and enhance the capability of the HR function providing support to both the business and its people. To deliver tangible business value through a technology change, you begin with a foundation that enables the clear identification of those goals and measurement of the desired business results.
I have been seeking a unique firm that can partner with HR organizations to achieve optimal outcomes during the merger & acquisition process through a successful integration. My experience is that such a firm must not only be highly effective and efficient but it must be exceptionally cost effective since synergies are critical to the success of these transactions.
This effort has led me to Sability, which is a Human Capital Management consulting firm focused on system implementation and HR operations
This week, Sability’s webinar “Returning to Work” brought together a panel of industry experts to discuss the COVID-19 environment and the components of a comprehensive solution to address the business challenges encountered when returning to the workplace.
Many human capital thought leaders are providing advice on how to return to work and offering services to support businesses as they transition. Faced with a saturation of ‘return to work’ guidance, professionals in the HR function are forced to stop and reflect on the pain endured, challenges overcome, and the path forward to some sense of normalcy.
It’s that time of year again. Time to send our children back to school, but perhaps it’s time for us to go back to school too. The Human Capital Management (HCM) industry is changing so rapidly that even taking the summer off could mean that you’ve missed something. Here are 4 ways to stay up to date.
Breaking up is hard to do, especially for the employee-employer relationship, but there are ways to ease the pain and prevent brand damage. Terminating an employee/employer relationship has lots of parallels to terminating a romantic relationship. Every breakup has a dumper and a dumpee, and no one likes to get dumped…
Human Capital Management (HCM) vendor selection is not for the faint of heart. In my last role as head of HR for a large homebuilder, we embarked on this exhaustive effort, which took many months and, at times, felt a bit like a political campaign, as we worked to get support for what would be a significant change to our people-related processes.