Paychex HR leadership series
Episode #3

Performance Management with guest speaker Laurie Zaucha

For many people, the annual performance review is a staple of company life. But do employees see value in the process? Is it a helpful tool for driving performance and development? Is it linked to business cycles and goals, so that the overall results of the company can be improved?

Join our thoughtful conversation with Laurie Zaucha, Vice President of Human Resources and Organizational Development at Paychex, as we discuss how to rethink your approach to the annual review, and move your organization to a more productive growth mindset.

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The Annual Review isn’t Performing Well

About Laurie Zaucha

Laurie Zaucha joined Paychex as Vice President, Human Resources and Organizational Development in March 2011, bringing with her more than 20 years of experience as an HR executive. With the belief that employees are a company’s most important asset, and that culture can be an important industry differentiator, Zaucha works to create an environment that positions employees to reach their fullest potential. She strives to attract, develop, and retain an engaged, high-performing workforce that drives sustainable growth by acquiring top talent, providing world-class learning and development, and championing and modeling company values. Zaucha led breakout sessions at the HR Technology Conference and Exposition, the HR industry’s most prominent global technology conference, in 2014 and 2015, while also serving as a panelist for the first-ever Women in Technology forum at the conference in 2016.

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