SOURCE: HROA

HROA

May 14, 2010 09:00 ET

HROA Announces Details of Newly Elected North American Board

Committed to Sharing Best Practices, Promoting Networking, New Board Members Seek to Build Upon Momentum of Successful HRO Transformations

WASHINGTON, DC--(Marketwire - May 14, 2010) -  HROA today announced the newly elected members of the HROA North American Chapter Board of Directors. The Association is the single recognized community for improving the quality, effectiveness and efficiency of the processes involved in supporting, enabling, and outsourcing the services of HR. HROA works to foster a community that is rich with insights on managing HR services, including best practices, networking, informative content and excellence in service delivery.

The new board members are:

  • Mark Hill, Accenture
  • Mike Wright, Hewitt
  • Terrence McCrossan, ADP
  • Sam Berger, IBM
  • Cay Gliebe, NorthgateArinso
  • Ken Tress, Taleo
  • Michael Beygelman, Adecco
  • Steve Leach, Alexander Mann
  • Zachary Misko, Kelly Services
  • Zahir Ladhani, Kenexa
  • Bradley Pierson, Manpower
  • Mark Trepanier, EquaTerra
  • Deborah Card, TPI

The new board is firmly focused on communicating the successes of HRO engagements, especially to buyers that are considering such commitments. Through the establishment of standard return on investment metrics, service level agreement guidelines and industry terminology, the benefits to end users can be more clearly communicated.

Bradley Pierson of Manpower said, "The HROA is a recognized and well-respected entity in the HR community. I'm excited about the opportunity for more direct involvement."

Michael Beygelman of Adecco added, "I'm looking forward to establishing outreach initiatives to all HRO-centric stakeholders on a regular and ongoing basis." 

HROA's Executive Director, Faye Holland, echoed the sentiments of the new board members. "The newly elected board consists of the best and brightest in the human resource outsourcing industry. We're really excited to have their support and we believe all HROA members as well as new audiences will benefit from their deep knowledge and commitment to help advance the industry."

The new board members officially assume their roles in June 2010.

About the HROA

The HROA is the definitive independent organization for all those who purchase, provide, or participate in HR transformation and outsourcing. Its mission is to educate, promote research, publish, recognize, and provide networking opportunities to foster professionalism in HR transformation and HR outsourcing around. Its membership encompasses over 7,500 HR executives, including the largest 50 buyers, the top 30 providers, the leading sourcing advisors and attorneys, and the best thought leaders in HR Transformation. The HROA brings its diverse membership together to set standards and practices, provide peer networking, and maintain a robust curriculum.

For information about the HROA, visit www.hroa.org.