Change Management for Payroll: Paycor Executive to Share Best Practices at Ohio Conference

Media Advisory
October 26, 2015


Stacey Browning, executive vice president and chief strategy officer for Paycor, providing companies with intuitive, cloud-based onboarding, HR, payroll and timekeeping software.


Will present a session titled, "Change Management for Payroll," at the Ohio Conference for Payroll Professionals 2015.


Conference: Thursday, Nov. 5-Friday, Nov. 6, 2015

Browning session: Friday, Nov. 6 at 12:15 p.m. EST


Embassy Suites Columbus - Dublin
5100 Upper Metro Place
Dublin, Ohio


Though change may be constant, that doesn't always make it easy. In fact, research shows that only 30 percent of all changes in organizations actually succeed. When making payroll changes, the problem typically stems from the change management process, or a lack thereof in some instances. To avoid change fatigue or failure, employers need to understand the impact of their proposed payroll plan and remember that everyone has a role in any change initiative.

During the Ohio Conference for Payroll Professionals, Stacey Browning, executive vice president and chief strategy officer for Paycor, will consider new ways to approach the challenges of change management as it relates to payroll. Browning will share actionable insights as well as real-life examples of what works when it comes time to make some changes. In addition, Browning will help attendees learn to expect the unexpected and react accordingly throughout the change management process to ensure success.

HR and payroll professionals interested in learning how to improve change management practices at their organization are encouraged to attend this engaging session. For additional event information, please visit:

Not going to make it to Dublin? Check out some of Paycor's other resources on change management.

* Whitepaper: How to Manage HR & Payroll Effectively During Times of Change
* Article: Change Management in the Workplace: Overcoming Employee Resistence
* Article: 4 Steps to Effective Change Management for HR