Conduent HRS in the Media

May 30, 2017 Dave Joslin

Knowledge Resource Center

U.S., SHRM, Trump’s Paid-Parental-Leave Plan Plays Catch-Up to State and Corporate Programs

“States that have enacted paid parental or family leave programs typically have looked to their disability programs rather than UI programs for structure.” Tami Simon, JD, Conduent HR Services Global Practice Leader, Knowledge Resource Center, quoted on paid parental leave proposal.

U.S., SHRM, No More Delays for Fiduciary Rule Means It’s Time to Ensure Compliance.

“As DOL acknowledged, its enforcement policy does not bar participant lawsuits during the transition period.” Julia Zuckerman, J.D., Director, Conduent HR Services, and Marjorie Martin, Principal, Conduent Knowledge Resource Center, quoted from the May 24, 2017, Conduent FYI publication.

Career

China, Haimingchem.com, Leadership Practices: How to apply the “strikeout” rule, (in Chinese).

Chinese publication (translation needed) reprinted an interview with Dean Aloise, Conduent HR Services Global Consulting Leader. Originally published by Fortune.

Health

U.S., SHRM, Designing Benefit Campaigns for Employees Struggling to Make Ends Meet.

“People with high levels of financial stress have greater incidents of high blood pressure, severe anxiety and deep depression, leading to conditions ranging from stomach ulcers to heart attacks.” Lori Block, Conduent HR Services Principal, and Total Wellbeing Strategist, quoted from her presentation at the 2017 WorldatWork conference.

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