Connecting the Distributed Workforce to the State of Georgia’s HR Programs

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Carla Gracen, Georgia Department of Administrative Services - HR

About this talk

The Human Resources (HR) function within the State of Georgia operates using a decentralized model. Some HR programs are managed centrally by the Department of Administrative Services - Human Resources Administration (HRA). For these reasons, the workforce target audience for each program varies by program type, which requires various tools and communication methods to be utilized. There are approximately 78,000 employees working in 103 state agencies/entities. HRA works with the HR Community to connect with the distributed workforce. In this session you will learn how HRA collaborates to enable workforce innovation for: - HRA programs - Digital transformation projects - Strategic plan initiative to become an “Employer of Choice" About the speaker: Carla Gracen, MEd, SHRM-SCP Director - Policy, Compensation and Benefits Georgia Department of Administrative Services – Human Resources Administration An enterprise HR leader providing consulting, partnerships and tools for State of Georgia entities. Provides value by driving complex initiatives that leverage excellent team collaboration and domain experience. Directs productivity gains that improve processes, empower people, and leverage technology. Focuses on achieving quality and high stakeholder satisfaction using design thinking for innovation to meet strategic objectives. Leverages expertise in product management and the domain to prioritize and define requirements to support key processes.

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