HCM In Focus 2018 | EVENT

How can Oracle HCM support better employee engagement and legislative changes?

Join us at HCM In Focus 2018

Today, modern HR departments are facing increasing demands to attract and retain the best talent, respond to a constant stream of legislative change (e.g. GDPR, Gender Pay Gap and Brexit), and deliver more value for less money with their HR systems.

This successful annual event returns for its fifth year, and offers the opportunity for HR and IT professionals to examine and discuss how to overcome these challenges with their peers and other industry experts.

Wednesday 25 April 2018

12.30-17.00

Norton Folgate, Liverpool Street, London

Why attend

  • Inform your HR systems strategy by discovering how Oracle solutions can address key HR business challenges today and in the future
  • Hear firsthand how other Oracle users have used Oracle HCM technology to deliver positive business outcomes
  • Hear an expert describe the implications of GDPR on your HR processes and systems
  • Based on our own experiences with customers, we set out the options available to you and how to best support your organisation’s goals
  • Network with peers, like-minded professionals and other service providers around the benefits of Oracle HCM technology.

What did last year’s attendees think?

This was a very informative day for me, and it was really good to see the different systems, and hear about different experiences of Oracle – both the good and the not so good. The case study was, to me, the best session of the day as it was all about first-hand experience, lessons learned and the real impact of the introduction of systems such as Applaud.

Agenda

12.30 – Lunch and informal networking

13.15 – Open and welcome by Mark Vivian, Claremont

13.25 – Kevin Rogers, Roehampton Law School: The GDPR: From one day, someday, never to…

13.55 – Peter Sammut, Claremont: Evolving your HR system – what next?

14.25 – Tea and coffee break

14.45 – Steve Jarvis, Oracle: Realising the benefits of Cloud

15.15 – Glen Yarwood and Martin O’Rourke, National Trust: HCM Restoration: From rack and ruin to HR Excellence Award

16.00 – Q&A Panel

16.30 – Summary and wrap up of the day

16.40 – Networking, free drinks and 1:1 discussions

Meet the Speakers

Glen Yarwood

IT Operations Director

Glen joined the Trust in 2010 after a 10 year period with Oracle consulting implementing Oracle eBusiness suite applications at leading institutions throughout Europe. Since then, Glen set up the Trust’s internal Oracle practice, introduced and transitioned Claremont as a key partner and progressed to his current role of overall IT Operations Director. As IT Operations Director, Glen is primarily responsible for the IT service provision of National Trust’s major enterprise operations including – Customer Services, incident management, and Commercial management for its significant supplier base. Glen’s role enables this major UK charity to utilise a large IT organisation for all of its distribute services throughout the whole of the UK for its property portfolio, conservation needs and through the use of its Oracle applications supporting its HR and a 5.5million membership requirements.

Kevin Rogers

Head of Legal Standards

Kevin joined Roehampton Law School as Head of Legal Standards and Compliance in 2017, following over 12 years at the University of Hertfordshire. Having written and published widely on Internet Law and Data Protection issues and also spoken internationally on these themes, Kevin is well-placed to offer insights, advice and best practice to organisations on the upcoming General Data Protection Regulation. He is the Secretary of the British and Irish Law, Education and Technology Association (BILETA) and also served on the Law Society’s Technology and Law Reference Group from 2006-2016.  He will discuss how an organisation is to ensure meaningful change from implementation and the next steps for a prepared workforce.

Steve Jarvis

HCM Sales Consultant

Steve has over 30 years of experience in the HR and payroll professional profession. Currently HCM Sales Consultant for Oracle he provides support to the Sales team for both new business and current customers, in both commercial and public sector.

Organisations can experience a ream of benefits through utilising Cloud. Steve will discuss how HR professionals can go about enabling business value through implementation. Supported by demos offering insight into what can be seen from a best fit Oracle Cloud solution, Steve will outline how an organisation can ensure success and be innovative in what they are deploying.

Peter Sammut

HCM Capability Lead

Peter’s wealth of experience includes an 8 year stint at Oracle itself as well as time spent with a Big 4. He now works as HCM Capability Lead for Claremont and is primarily responsible for the successful provision of Cloud HCM solutions for clients. An accolade in itself, Peter was the HCM Lead on the first UK Cloud HCM implementation and instrumental in bringing Fusion to the UK Market.

Modern HR departments are facing increasing demands, from being required to attract and retain the best talent, respond to a constant stream of legislative change (e.g. GDPR, Gender Pay Gap and Brexit), to the need to deliver more value for less money with their HR systems, making it crucial for HR professionals to not only capitalise on this change but still ensure a focus on accelerating business value.

Peter will discuss some of the options and next steps available for evolving the modern HR department. Whether the choice is to remain on premise or extend your Cloud, it should be aligned to your business, its goals and support future strategy.

This event is free but places are limited.

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You can track its progress and keep up to date with live tweeting on the day through #HCMinFocus2018

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