When I interviewed with Willory five years ago, I was looking for an organization that many thought didn’t exist. I dreamt of somewhere that felt more like a family than people who tolerate one another for the sake of getting the job done.
Securing a spot on the NorthCoast 99 means a lot to me because it acknowledges the passion and dedication of the Willory team in attracting and retaining top talent.
Willory has been recognized as a leader in creating a positive organizational culture, in large part due to our virtual work environment.
At Willory we work with optimizing our clients current HCM technology, helping them select the proper HCM technology through our vendor selection process, and implementing the new HCM technology that is selected.
Implementing a new HCM system is a challenging and exciting endeavor for HR and payroll professionals. Too often we have found that the project team tends to focus on the HCM solution vendor selection and core implementation.
I am a recovering multi-tasker. I spent the first nine years of my career in New York, in an industry where multi-tasking was a highly sought-out skill. And I was incredibly proud of my multi-tasking abilities.
I jumped from task to task, and worked all hours to meet deadlines. I was busy but questionably productive.
It’s become more difficult in a competitive, job-seeker market to find qualified candidates. Introduce additional factors like drug tests and legal medical or recreational marijuana, and HR’s task of hiring just became an even higher mountain to climb.