We’ve seen the headlines, too. The ones that state employee experience (EX) is the number one trending topic for business leaders in 2022. We know it’s not a passing trend for you, but rather the foundation for how you operate.
But employees want more. They’re looking beyond material perks and are motivated to find a company that understands jobs coexist with personal lives. They want to belong to a culture that supports their growth and well-being, both inside and outside the office.
On April 13, tune in to hear how HR leaders from Hilton and McDonald’s approach EX. We'll also announce the newest innovations from Oracle Cloud HCM and discuss how these capabilities support your EX strategy with a personalized approach—one that can adapt and support employees’ new, unmet, and frequently changing needs.
Eric Cohen is the senior director of HR and payroll technology at Hilton. In his current role, Eric leads Hilton’s HR technology team and oversees core technologies that support HR, absence management, digital assistants, US and UK payroll, and recruitment.
With more than 20 years of experience implementing HR technology solutions, Eric’s passion and drive is to deliver incredible user experiences through the expansion and strategic delivery of HR technology to all Team Members at Hilton globally.
A strategic leader with diversified experience across disciplines and geographies, Mike Oldham currently serves as the senior director of HR operations for McDonald’s Corporation in their Global People function. In this role, Mike is responsible for leading the strategic and day-to-day people operations for more than 60,000 McDonald’s staff and company-owned restaurant employees in the US and Canada.
Since joining McDonald’s in 2004 as an operations training consultant, Mike has served in various communications, strategy, and HR roles. He never lets opportunities slip by, including leading organizational change for McDonald’s US business or developing brand strategy for McDonald’s in Latin America. His curious nature is always searching for challenges that provide opportunities to learn and lead.
In addition to his experience in Latin America with McDonald’s, Mike also served for three years as a small business development volunteer as part of the Peace Corps in Nicaragua early in his career. In that role, he shared his knowledge with local business owners, became fluent in Spanish, and met his wife.
Mike received his MBA from the Thunderbird School of Global Management and has his undergraduate business degree from Loyola University Chicago.
Chris Leone is senior vice president of development for Oracle Human Capital Management (HCM) Cloud, including Oracle Cloud HCM Suite and PeopleSoft. In this role, he’s responsible for the strategy and product management, development, and go-to-market functions that deliver modern HR in the cloud to global users. For more than 25 years, Chris has developed enterprise software applications for large and midsize companies. He came to Oracle via its acquisition of PeopleSoft, where he was responsible for the product management and development activities for the company’s financial, project management, and enterprise performance management product lines. Prior to joining PeopleSoft, Chris was vice president of products at Hyperion, where he was responsible for business performance management applications.
Chris earned a bachelor’s degree in accounting and finance and an MBA from Loyola Marymount University in California.
Nancy Estell Zoder is vice president for Oracle Cloud Human Capital Management (HCM) product strategy. She is responsible for the strategic direction of cloud-based HCM offerings for global HR, workforce planning, help desk, global payroll, compensation, benefits, absence management, time and labor, and work-life solutions. Nancy is an experienced HCM professional with more than 25 years implementing, designing, developing, and defining products for HCM solutions for the global market and specific industries.
Nancy spent more than 10 years implementing HCM solutions in North America, Europe, and Asia for a variety of industries, including healthcare, public sector, automotive, manufacturing, energy, retail, financial services, and higher education, before moving into product development for Oracle Cloud and PeopleSoft.
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Oracle will announce the latest product from Oracle Cloud HCM. The event will feature product experts and customers sharing their stories, experiences, and expertise. Join us to hear more about the future of the employee experience (EX), and get your questions answered by Oracle Cloud HCM product experts.
The keynote will start at 11 a.m. ET.
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