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A recent Aberdeen HR solutions report finds that more than 50% of organizations have inefficient Human Resource departments. While HR is responsible for managing everything from payroll to benefits to recruiting to employee onboarding and retention, its relationship with the payroll department is one of special significance. Before efficiency gains can be created in HR, it is important to identify how HR processes and system data specifically impact payroll.
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Spotlight: Tom Paluso
Tom has worked with Lawson/ Infor products since 1997. He started with Lawson Software, and over the last 22 years has served as an Application Consultant, Project Manager, and Practice Manager, as well as HRIS Administrator for two Healthcare organizations.
He is an experienced and effective ERP project manager with a proven success record in recruiting, onboarding, and directing resources. Innovative and strategic thinker with excellent leadership, team building, communication, and interpersonal skills. Highly organized, self-motivated leader with the ability to excel in a fast-paced environment, manage competing priorities, and adapt readily to new challenges.