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As PeopleMatter's Chief Operating Officer, Ken is responsible for driving PeopleMatter's day-to-day-operations, as well as, aligning PeopleMatter's resources effectively, and ensuring tight coordination across products, services, solutions, and architectures.
Prior to becoming COO, Ken served as PeopleMatter's Senior Vice President of Technology and was responsible for the overall design and development of the PeopleMatter products. With more than 20 years of experience in software development, Ken previously served as Director of Software Development at Blackbaud, Incorporated.
There, he led an 85-person staff responsible for the design, engineering, and quality-assurance activities for multiple products, including Blackbaud Enterprise CRM and The Raiser's Edge. Prior to Blackbaud, Ken served as the Software Engineering Manager at Intellisync Corporation and was responsible for a team of engineers developing wireless email and mobile software. Ken also was a lead engineer at Lotus Development Corporation.
Ryan Glushkoff is the Director of Product Marketing at PeopleMatter, a purpose-driven software company whose mission is to change the way employers and employees interact in the workplace with one hire-to-retire HR software system built exclusively for the service industry. With over 15 years of software industry experience, Ryan is responsible for defining PeopleMatter's go-to-market strategy and managing its creative services. Despite formal training as a chemical engineer, Ryan stuck to software and has spent his career working for great companies like PeopleMatter, Blackbaud, PricewaterhouseCoopers and Capgemini deliver awesome technology solutions to customers.
HR Happy Hour 182 - People Matter (Live from the PeopleMatter Collaborate 2014 Conference)
Recorded Thursday, May 8, 2014
Host: Steve Boese
Guests: Nate DaPore, President & CEO of PeopleMatter, John Sumser, Editor, HRexaminer
This week on the HR Happy Hour Show, recorded live from Charleston, South Carolina at thePeopleMatter Collaborate 2014 user conference, Steve sat down with with Nate DaPore, President & CEO of HR technology solution provider PeopleMatter, and John Sumser, Editor of HRexaminer, for a fun and interesting conversation on modern HR technology trends, the advantages for organizations to partner with solution providers that understand their particular industry, and the vibrant and growing city of Charleston, a kind of model for modern workforce development and technology progress.
PeopleMatter is the leading provider of HR technology solutions for hiring, learning, scheduling, and compliance for the hospitality, retail, restaurant, and convenience store verticals. Their technology solutions are designed to meet the specific needs of employees, managers, and even applicants that work in these industries.
On the show, Nate shared PeopleMatter's beginnings when a few years ago, then, John and Nate talked about the dynamism and growth of Charleston as a new technology hub, and the amazing things that can happen when really smart people congregate in a really amazing city.
This was a fun and interesting show, and I hope you check it out. Many thanks to Nate, John, and everyone at PeopleMatter for allowing me and the HR Happy Hour to be a part of Collaborate 2014.
HRExaminer Radio is a weekly half hour show devoted to Recruiting and Recruiting Technology. Hosted by John Sumser, the founder of HRExaminer.com, the show tries to help recruiters stay at the state of the art.
@natedapore .....Nate DaPore visits with Bryan Wempen and William Tincup about HR and whatever else keeps him up at night with Corporate America. DriveThruHR more than not talks about Human Resources with HR professionals every day at lunch time for 30 minutes. Give us a listen at (347) 996-5600 and share your thoughts on twitter using #dthr or @drivethruhr. We talk HR along with lots of clever bantor and thoughts every day at 12 Noon Central time at "DTHR".
DriveThruHR Co-Host, Bryan Wempen @bryanwempen and Nate DePore, CEO of PeopleMatter @peoplematterceo will be talking Talent Management and how managing this part of the business is going to more challenging in the future.
Nate is the CEO of purpose driven SaaS company changing the way employers and employees interact in the workplace, Kite Boarder, Offshore Fisherman, Dad to 2 awesome weims http://www.peoplematter.com
Weigh in with your thoughts, we care a whole lot so tweet, call or message us with your comments at #dthr or directly to @drivethruHR
Co-Hosts, Bryan Wempen @bryanwempen and William Tincup @williamtincup will be talking about real Human Resources (organic HR) with HR practitioners' every single day. Give us a call with your thoughts at (347) 996-5600. The window opens at 12 Noon at "DTHR". Weigh in with your thoughts, we care a whole lot so tweet, call or message us with your comments at #dthr or directly to @drivethruHR
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More than 80% of all diseases and illnesses have a stress component. More than 90% of Americans deal with stress ineffectively. As health care costs continue to rise, more emphasis will be placed on each individual to accept the responsibility for his or her health. The application of effective strategies for stress reduction is a very important component of optimal health.
Today's show is designed to teach a holistic approach to stress management. It treats both cognitive skills and relaxation techniques with the intention of preventing and/or alleviating the physical symptoms of stress.
In Addition, I will teach the basic principles, theories, and relaxation techniques to effectively manage personal stress. You will gain a greater understanding of the mind-body relationship, learn to employ a holistic approach to stress and adopt effective cognitive techniques, coping skills, and relaxation techniques.
Thank you for joining us.