Saving Money and Time with HR Technology

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Small and Medium businesses are leaving a lot of money on the table when it comes to managing their people. It costs a lot of money and time to purchase, train, and implement traditional human resource systems. Does it have to be that difficult?

Don’t let managing employees distract you from growing your business. Join us at Chinguacousy Library on Thursday, April 18th as industry expert Alfred Tuitt, walks us through how to make the most of today’s HR technology.

Get up to date on current trends and a glimpse at the future as Alfred breaks down how to make Human Resource Technology an essential part of growing your business. No matter what stage your business is at, HR technology can help you grow by leaps and bounds.

Following the talk, enjoy some networking and light refreshments.


With 30 years experience in the Canadian Human Resource technology industry, Alfred is currently the CSO of HRWARE and CEO at Manage My People Corp., a new startup and winner of a Brampton Business Centre grant. He is a highly motivated and passionate executive with a demonstrated record of success in the computer software industry. With strong entrepreneurship qualities and skilled in HR Technology, Enterprise Software, Strategic Planning, Business Development, Marketing Strategy, Customer Relationship Management (CRM) and Partner Relationship Management. Since 2015, Alfred has supported Brampton and the Peel Region's next generation of coders and future tech entrepreneurs. He participates in Brampton's tech related events and is a supporter of Brampton's WolfHacks.


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