Recently, County directors, managers and supervisors received a letter inviting them to take advantage of a valuable opportunity to have a member of the easyPay project team visit their agency to make an in-person presentation on easyPay to a small group forum.
Allen Wilson, labor relations manager with Human Resources, has been leading the charge for most of the presentations this year. Additional easyPay speakers are Nina Moore, technical trainer with Human Resources; Matthew Constantine, trainer with Enterprise Technology Services; Wendy Novack, Enterprise Resource Planning Office; and Phyllis King, Change Management Consultant. They all have been keeping an active pace of presentations throughout the County to make sure employee questions are answered. To date, they have made presentations to Aviation, Solid Waste and Recycling Services, Human Services – Community Partnerships, Office of Public Communications, Human Services Department and Family Success. The team has speaking engagements scheduled through December.
“Our presentations last from 30 to 45 minutes and we talk about the entire easyPay project, what to expect and the training that will be available,” said Constantine. “Each presentation ends with a question and answer period, with the time clock and work schedule being the two most frequent topics.” During their presentations, the speakers are often joined by subject matter experts, including Allen Wilson and Rebecca Robertson, both of Human Resources, and Rita McManus, Payroll Manager.
Beginning the end of October and continuing through the end of November, the speakers and subject matter experts will offer managers, directors and supervisors a two-hour “Sneak Peek” presentation. “These will be in-depth presentations of the County’s new payroll and timekeeping system and most beneficial to those who manage timecards and payroll,” Constantine said.