SOURCE: Jeitosa Group International

Jeitosa Group International

September 03, 2014 08:00 ET

Jeitosa Group CEO to Lead Session on Transnational HCM Strategies at 2014 HR Technology Conference

Karen Beaman to Moderate Panel Discussion on the Ideas and Technologies That Enable Transnational Organizations to Optimize Their HCM and Payroll Models

SAN FRANCISCO, CA--(Marketwired - Sep 3, 2014) - Jeitosa Group International, a leading global HR business consultancy and systems deployment and integration firm, today announced details of its participation in the 17th Annual HR Technology Conference & Exposition, which will be held at the Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas from October 7 - 10, 2014. Karen Beaman, Jeitosa's CEO and global strategic advisor, will lead a panel discussion, "The Transnational Advantage - Key HCM Learnings from Four Leading Global Organizations," on Friday, October 10 at 9:15 a.m.

As more organizations expand beyond their home borders to achieve organizational growth, they often face a number of challenges in managing their global workforces. And despite ongoing volatility in the global market, leading transnational organizations have figured out how to overcome those challenges and implement effective strategies to manage their global human capital management (HCM) and payroll functions. These organizations realize that a flexible technology strategy provides the foundation for effective global service delivery. Moreover, they understand that developing teams with a strategic global mindset helps to better align their business strategies and deliver increased value.

During "The Transnational Advantage - Key HCM Learnings from Four Leading Global Organizations," Beaman will host an engaging session as business and technology leaders from four of the most successful transnational organizations discuss how they have built highly efficient and innovative organizational structures, business processes and technology structures for their global HCM and payroll functions. Attendees of this session will hear real-world examples based on differing global HCM and payroll models (such as in-house vs. outsourced), service delivery strategies (centralized vs. decentralized) and technology architectures (Oracle/PeopleSoft, SAP and Workday) and hear about the insights and key learnings that have been instrumental to the panelists' success.

The participants in this panel discussion include:

  • Joe Williams, director of Global Payroll Services for Bristol-Myers Squibb
  • Ed Stutz, senior business leader, HR Services & Solutions for MasterCard
  • Lionel Morgan, IT Lead, HR, Law, Corporate Engagement for Monsanto Company
  • Linda Obertin, senior vice president, Global Payroll for Wells Fargo

"While globalization has given today's companies greater access to the world's talent, companies often face significant obstacles in managing and compensating employees who are spread across multiple countries and continents," said Beaman. "Despite these challenges, the right blend of technology and strategy can help employers streamline those processes and ensure operational efficiency. I look forward to hosting what will certainly be a lively and informative discussion on the best practices and solutions that have enabled these four panelists to achieve success in their organizations."

HR professionals, managers and business executives interested in learning about the tools, technologies and strategies that can take the complexity out of global HCM and payroll processes are encouraged to attend this session. Additional information about the HR Technology Conference, including registration details, can be found at: http://www.hrtechconference.com/index.html.

About Jeitosa

Jeitosa Group International was founded in 2004 to provide global, strategic and functional business and information technology to Global Fortune 1000 organizations. Jeitosa provides thought-leading, global business and technology solutions to drive enterprise effectiveness. Jeitosa's transnational network provides direct services in more than 20 countries and leverages an average of 20+ years of experience of human resources and information technology experience.