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written by Allison Rosa
Forbes HR Council Member Companies Win Awards, Release Books and More
Learn more about the exciting achievements and contributions of these FHRC members.
Forbes Human Resources Council members are well-versed in the everyday workings of a successful business and its employees. From benefits to organizational structure, they ensure teams can function at their best — and they haven’t gone unrecognized for their hard work. Below, we highlight three members and their big news.
Fleet Complete Ranked as Greater Toronto Top Employer for Two Consecutive Years
For the second year in a row, Fleet Complete, the fastest-growing global provider of IoT solutions in the connected vehicle space, received the prestigious Greater Toronto’s Top Employers 2018 award for its innovative practices in the workplace and HR. FHRC member Larry Indovina is executive vice president human resources at Fleet Complete.
“Toronto anchors the highest concentration of innovative and progressive employers that compete for top-rated talent, and the fact that we have been recognized yet again as one of the Greater Toronto’s Top Employers means we are moving in the right direction,” says Indovina. In addition to this recognition, Fleet Complete is adding to its leadership team, welcoming Alex Armanious as the new COO and Robyn Scott as executive vice president and general counsel.
Read more about this exciting news here.
Businessolver’s Online Benefits Enrollment Software Now Compliant
Businessolver’s online benefits enrollment software, Benefitsolver, is now compliant with applicable Section 508 V2 and Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 A/AA guidelines. This means that it is following the U.S. and international standards for web accessibility. Businessolver spent the last year enhancing the Benefitsolver system to make it more accessible for impaired users who require more time or assistive devices to navigate the platform.
Marcy Klipfel is SVP, employee engagement at Businessolver, a leading benefits technology provider that makes SaaS-based cloud software for companies to manage their employee benefits. Businessolver understands that one size does not fit all when it comes to employee benefits, which is why it created Benefitsolver to enhance the user experience for those with cognitive disabilities.
Read more about the software here.
Dr. Dale Albrecht Releases Book, Organizational Design that Sticks!
Organizational effectiveness firm Alonos Corporation recently announced the release of a new book from Dr. Dale J. Albrecht. “Organizational Design that Sticks!” presents approaches to structural changes that improve success rates dramatically. In an era where 70% of structural changes fail to meet their objectives, the content of Dr. Albrecht’s book is timely and highly relevant for all company’s that wish to improve performance.
These are just a handful of Forbes Councils members’ recent exciting achievements. Read about what other members are working on here.
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