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On-Demand HCM Webcast:
HR Agility—Embracing the Fluid Workforce

New Webcast Featuring Forrester Research Reveals Steps Businesses Can Take to Avoid Losing Their Best People

The demands of a more fluid workforce are straining relations between HR and business leaders. Employees are seeking more autonomy, flexibility and choice in work styles. HR must become more agile and develop a better understanding of employee expectations at work to adapt for the future and retain their best talent.

Join guest speaker, Paul Hamerman of Forrester Research and Ultimate Software's VP of HCM Innovation, Cecile Alper-Leroux, as they discuss the results of a brand new national study that delves into the risks of ignoring trends like workforce fluidity, the transition to a “gig economy,” modern work-life balance and more—along with key steps you can take right now to foster HR agility.

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Cecile Alper-Leroux,
VP of Human Capital Management (HCM) Innovation,
at Ultimate Software

Get the most from your HR software investment by tuning into this exclusive webcast to help you optimize return on investment for your organization and get the most out of your HCM Solutions.Cecile is an internationally sought-out speaker, thought leader, and visionary on HCM trends, hot topics, and global strategies who writes and speaks extensively on the changing worker and workforce. Passionate about people and technology in the workplace, Cecile has dedicated her life's work to helping companies design the best possible experience for people at work so they can achieve great things.

Guest Speaker

Paul Hamerman
VP, Principal Analyst Serving Application Development
Forrester Research

Discover what HR and businesses can be doing to better support the workforce of the future.Paul focuses on human resources management and financial applications, as well as trends and directions in the overall market for enterprise applications. His work includes analyzing market trends in technology adoption, business process best-practices, software market sizing and segmentation, competitive analysis, application deployment models (e.g., SaaS), and next-generation technologies. Paul works extensively with both applications user clients (technology buyers) and vendor clients, internationally and across a wide variety of industries.