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Employee Spotlight – Steve Glaser

Steve Glaser is a Senior Implementation Consultant who has been with HRchitect since 2014. He’s helped hundreds of clients successfully implement and support a variety of HR technology systems. Get to know Steve in this month’s consultant spotlight.   Hometown: Louisville, Kentucky Alma Mater: Sullivan University. While at Sullivan, I obtained my Microsoft certification and Read Article »

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Leaps of Faith: My Path to Becoming a Consultant

Steve Glaser took a leap of faith and joined the HRchitect consulting team in 2014. In this post, Steve shares his professional journey and what best prepared him to be a top-tier consultant. When I started my professional career, a friend recommended that I check out a Support Technician job at an Internet Service Provider. Read Article »

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Reasons to Consider Post-Implementation Support

  Written by Steve Glaser   Completing an HCM technology project isn’t the same as ending the project management process.  Did the project deliver a solution for a problem that it was designed to address?  What lessons were learned during implementation to help improve a system or help with future implementations?  Sometimes unforeseen issues can Read Article »

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The Importance of Documentation

Written by: Steve Glaser Documentation is defined as the language that accompanies a product, often outlining its development, design, and technical language in clear, definitive terms. Whether you are working on building a business or home-based projects, documentation is critically important. When documentation isn’t handled properly, or even worse – doesn’t exist, problems will arise, Read Article »

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Onboarding Best Practices

Written by:  Steve Glaser The key to achieving client satisfaction and building long-term client relationships is starting off on the right path.  It is important that the foundation be laid in advance to ensure smooth processes.  Unfortunately certain issues can surface after a process has been activated for a period of time in a production Read Article »

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