OperationsInc CEO David Lewis Offers Guidance on Remote Workforce Programs at SHRM Talent Conference in Orlando

Orlando, FL. [April 18, 2016] David Lewis, president and CEO of the Norwalk-based human resources consulting firm OperationsInc (www.OperationsInc.com), delivered a session today entitled “The Home-based Worker Revolution” at the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) Talent Management Conference & Exposition. The event will run through April 20th at the Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Hotel in Orlando.

Lewis’s presentation addressed many topics that businesses offering remote work arrangements need to consider, such as which roles are able to be done offsite, insurance related issues, and impacts remote workers can have on existing teams.

“A recent study showed that over 80 percent of today’s workforce wants to work remotely in some fashion,” Lewis stated. “The reality is that most organizations fail to effectively structure and manage remote workers.”

The SHRM Talent Management Conference & Expo is expected to yield over 1,200 attendees, and is consistently one of the largest national conferences put on by the organization each year. The event is designed to educate recruiting and talent management professionals on new resources and solutions to move their human capital strategies to the next level.

About OperationsInc

Founded by David Lewis in 2001, OperationsInc specializes in HR solutions for small to mid-sized businesses and HR professionals. OperationsInc’s portfolio of offerings includes such services as Human Resources Outsourcing, Multi-Generational Training and Consulting, Recruitment and Retention Services, Affordable Care Act Services, Organizational Development Services, Outplacement Services, Benefits Administration, Exit Interview Services, Payroll Administration, Organizational Development, and Management and Staff Training.

OperationsInc is located at 535 Connecticut Avenue, Second Floor, Norwalk, CT 06854 and can be reached at (203) 322-0538 or info@OperationsInc.com.

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