Conduent HRS in the Media

April 11, 2017

Health

U.S., Training Daily Advisor, New Bill Regarding EEOC Wellness Rules

Allison Klausner, Conduent HR Services Government Relations Leader in the Knowledge Resource Center, and chair of the American Benefits Council’s Board of Directors, recently testified before the House Education and the Workforce Committee. Her testimony continues to be quoted.

U.S., HRE Online, Transitioning at Work

“…supporting an employee in completing his or her physical transition will “offset whatever mental-health costs and hospitalizations might be incurred by not providing them.” Quote from Margaret Botney, Conduent HR Services Senior Consultant, Engagement.

Wealth

U.S., Workspan, How to Help Employees Ease into Retirement (requires subscription)

“If individuals are to live a ‘totally well’ life in their retirement years, it’s critical they find a way to maintain a sense of total well-being.” Article co-written by Lori Block, Conduent HR Services Principal, Total Wellbeing Strategist, Engagement Practice and Alan Vorchheimer, Conduent HR Services Principal, Wealth Practice.

Career

U.S., Chron.com, HRsoft to Hold Complete Compensation Demo at 2017 WorldatWork Total Rewards Conference

HRsoft will present a demonstration titled “How to Use a Complete Compensation Approach to Save Time & Your Best Employees” at the 2017 WorldatWork Total Rewards Conference. The demonstration will be presented with special guest Thomas V. Burke, Conduent HR Services Principal, and Global Leader, Career Consulting Practice. 

 

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