Automated & Integrated: The New Standard for Workforce Management
Are your public safety and state/local government agencies still using manual processes for data sharing? Disparate and outdated methods can be error-prone, time-consuming, and inefficient. A single automated workforce management system designed specifically for public sector organizations can streamline processes at every level to help contain labor costs, maintain compliance, and improve productivity. 

Learn more at our can’t-miss webinar, Automated & Integrated: The New Standard for Workforce Management, on why you should be considering an integrated workforce management solution. The webinar will feature speakers from the Columbia, South Carolina Fire Department, Banner Health, and Brandon Hall Group. They’ll share: 
  • Real life integration experiences from two Kronos TeleStaff customers 
  • The importance of aligning public safety and government decision makers 
  • How government agencies/public safety departments can make smarter workforce management decisions 
  • A tool for managing critical stakeholders and gaining consensus 
With an integrated workforce management solution, every department and team within your state or local government and public safety department can function more efficiently and productively. 
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Featured Speakers:

Mollie Lombardi is Vice President and Principal Analyst, Workforce Management for the Brandon Hall Group. Her research and consulting work has helped organizations in a wide variety of industries unleash the potential of their talent, unlock the insights from their workforce data, and think through the management challenges required by shifting demographics, changing marketplace needs, and technological innovation in the human capital space. 



Charles Hoback is Captain of the Columbia Fire Department. Serving the fire service since 1991, Captain Hoback has extensive experience in public safety workforce management practices and technology, playing a key role in the implementation of TeleStaff in the city fire, police, and 911 communication departments in 2003, as well as in the deployment of Workforce Central and its integration to TeleStaff in 2013. Currently, Captain Hoback is involved in supporting TeleStaff and Workforce Central and in employee training.  



David Jacoby has been involved in the EMS/Fire service since 1988 serving as both a fire chief and EMS division chief. David has expertise in public safety employee scheduling and has used TeleStaff for 12 years to accomplish this work. David has recently been involved in the integration of TeleStaff to Workforce Central at Banner Health, helping to define and deploy the integration of the solutions across the organization. 

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