Thomas Glasscock

Manager Advisory Services at KPMG LLP

Location:
1601 Market St, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Company:
KPMG LLP
HQ Phone:
(267) 256-7000
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Last Updated 7/19/2016

General Information

Employment History

Manager of the Force Management Reduction Program  - Lucent Technologies Inc

Affiliations

Principal  - Glasscock Associates , Inc.

Web References  

ExecWatch | Best of Human Capital Metrics DVD | ExecWatch Network

Tom Glasscock, Principal, Glasscock & Associates

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Workforce Planning | The HumanConcepts Blog

"Handling departures is just as important as recruitment and onboarding, possibly even more so," says Tom Glasscock, an independent Human Capital Management consultant and one of our featured speakers at Transition 2012 New York, Best Practices in Managing RIF, Restructuring and Organizational Alignment Events.
An expert in development and implementation of HR strategy, policy, programs and processes, Glasscock has significant experience working in global settings and culturally diverse environments, including long-term assignments in Europe and the Middle East. He is also the former manager of the force reduction program at Lucent Technologies, Inc. Companies have many misconceptions about workforce separation events, such as reductions in force, he says. "Failure to act quickly and decisively," Glasscock says. Are you an HR professional who manages RIFs, restructuring and organizational alignment events? Glean more insight from Glasscock by joining us at Transition 2012. Tom Glasscock, Independent Human Capital Management Consultant. Former manager of the force reduction program at Lucent, Tom now implements organizational-wide talent management strategies to build high performing cultures. Tom Glasscock

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Free Webinar: How HumanConcepts Transition Manager and SAP Reduce Separation Risk | The HumanConcepts Blog

Tom Glasscock, former manager of the Force Management Reduction Program at Lucent, who will present a case study showcasing how he used SAP and Transition Manager to gain control over a 30k+ employee reduction in force.

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