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Starting Small: Making Your People Strategy Work For You

Starting Small: Making Your People Strategy Work For You

In today’s competitive labor market, where employees have multiple options of where they can take their talent, it can be particularly challenging for small businesses to compete for top talent, given their limited resources. For small businesses to succeed in the long term, they need to focus on people first - that means investing in building a great culture and in technology that helps them maximize the potential of their human capital. Small business executives and HR professionals each have critical roles to play in these arenas.

Join BambooHR, PayScale, Officevibe, and BizLibrary to explore ways that smaller companies can make each dollar count toward long-term success as they build a solid foundation for their organizations.

  • Steps you can take to start building culture
  • Areas of HR that benefit from automation
  • How to make the case for HR technology
About the speakers
Tawni Reed

HR Generalist & Payroll Admin at BambooHR

Tawni is the HR Generalist and Payroll Specialist at BambooHR where she enjoys working with Bamboo employees regarding their benefits and pay. She feels passionate about providing a great experience at the office while maintaining a healthy work/life balance. She loves working at BambooHR and setting people free to do great work.

Julie Jeannotte

Culture & Engagement Expert at Officevibe

Julie Jeannotte is the Culture & Engagement Expert at Officevibe. Julie holds a degree in Business Administration, with a Major in Human Resources. She's worked in various tech companies in Human Resources and Organizational Coaching. She spent more than 10 years helping organizations understand the value of having their employees at the heart of their strategy, bringing the best out of people and creating amazing workplaces.

Ken Roden

Senior Director of Customer & Product Marketing at PayScale

Ken Roden is the Senior Director of Customer & Product Marketing at PayScale. He has a passion for building teams and helping organizations grow by using technology. Prior to PayScale, Ken has worked at organizations including Cornerstone OnDemand, SuccessFactors, and Blackboard.

Hannah Brenner

Client Marketing Specialist at BizLibrary

Hannah works diligently to provide resources, tools, and best practices to clients in designing and implementing their training program, as well as oversees BizLibrary’s annual client conference ALIGN. Hannah has worked with clients directly to improve their training program, build a learning culture, gain leadership buy-in, and see a positive return on their training investment.

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