February 19

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Pre-pandemic, many state and local governments were resistant to remote work. When the pandemic hit, that all changed. Going forward, government organizations will need to be more flexible when it comes to managing employees. They must be prepared to effectively manage a range of workforce situations, including long-term remote employees, on-site staff, and hybrid work environments.

Join us February 19 at 10:00am PT/1:00pm ET for a special 30-minute Lunch and Learn webinar in which our experts explore how you can tackle the many challenges that come with managing a remote workforce, move away from “managing by attendance,” and use technology to maintain a highly effective and well-supported workforce going forward.

We’ll explore:
• The key elements of successful remote workforce management
• Common challenges agencies encounter when managing a remote or hybrid workforce long-term and how to start addressing those issues now
• How technology can help you maximize your workforce with better processes to power key elements of workforce management like time and attendance, scheduling and leave and absence management


Travis Felts

Travis Felts

TCP Manager of Solutions Consulting

Travis Felts has won over many customers and prospects with his talent for solving problems. From consulting prospective customers on the technical elements of TCP’s workforce management solutions to training current customers as they implement our TimeClock Plus software in their organization, Travis knows his workforce management software. He is TCP’s most senior consultant and has been with the organization for nearly six years. A charismatic and friendly presenter, Travis has extensive experience with workshops and presentations at industry trade shows and workshops, in addition to offering in-person training to customers (back when that was a thing). But all work and no play makes Travis a dull boy. When he’s not working, Travis usually spends his time traveling to new places and being on the lake with his friends and family.

Rob Lindsey

Rob Lindsey

TCP Sales Director, South West Region

Rob Lindsey has built a successful sales career at TCP (TimeClock Plus) by focusing on one key skill—listening. You don’t spend 12 years with a company, making your way up the ladder from Executive Sales to Enterprise Sales to Sales Director by pushing products people don’t need. Rob has a talent for listening to prospective clients’ problems and presenting a customized solution and a business case for the change. Throughout his tenure, he has helped hundreds of clients in both the public and private sectors build time and attendance solutions for their complex needs. Rob has extensive experience working with K-12 schools, higher education institutions and municipalities to pair them with the best workforce management solution for their needs. His in-depth knowledge of the industry and TCP’s workforce management software and hardware make him the go-to guy for customers and coworkers alike.

William (Bill) Rials, Ph.D.

William (Bill) Rials, Ph.D. — Moderator

Associate Director and IT Professor, Tulane University and Senior Fellow, Center for Digital Government

William (Bill) Rials, Ph.D., is a professor and associate director (department chair) of the Tulane University School of Professional Advancement IT and Cybersecurity Program. Where he focuses on continually delivering and updating the program curriculum based on innovative and emerging technologies, before transitioning academia and higher education, he had a diverse government technology career delivering value to state agencies, local governments, and law enforcement agencies throughout the State of Mississippi.