Attend the Ceridian Executive Summit to network with HR and payroll leaders, as they share insights on how the current state of pay, employee engagement, and corporate culture is transforming the way we work – and how they’re meeting the needs of a changing Australian workforce.
Connect with your peers
Learn about new workforce trends
Get to know
Ceridian CEO and industry thought leader David Ossip, will speak to how aligning employees to a common culture drives business results.
Culture and change
Connect with some of Ceridian’s most successful customers. Hear their stories as they provide a candid view on change management and the role of technology.
Meet your peers
David Ossip will take us through the journey to modern cloud Human Capital Management technology and how it can transform the way we work.
Journey to cloud
Broaden your professional network and get a clear picture on how your peers are addressing their HR and payroll challenges.
Speak with industry leaders about how to leverage tools and technology innovations to improve culture and business performance.
Enjoy an exclusive cocktail reception in the Grand Hyatt’s sophisticated Ru-Co laneway bar.
2:30 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
David Ossip is Chairman and Chief Executive Officer at Ceridian, one of the fastest growing human capital management (HCM) technology companies.
In 2009, David founded Dayforce - a highly successful SaaS-based workforce management software company. Ceridian acquired Dayforce in 2012 and shortly after the acquisition, David was named CEO. David led the transformation of Ceridian into an innovative cloud Human Capital Management company. In April 2018, Ceridian completed the largest technology IPO in Canadian history, raising over $800 Million (CAD) with dual listings on the NYSE and TSX.
David has more than twenty years of experience building and leading successful HCM technology companies. From 1999 to 2007, David was the founder, CEO and President of Workbrain Inc., where he was responsible for the company's vision, product and market direction. After a successful IPO, Workbrain was acquired by Infor for $227 million in 2007.
Chairman and CEO, Ceridian