3 Ways to Connect with Workhuman – and Save – at This Year’s Virtual #TRV2020

July 7, 2020 Aaron Kinne

3-minute read

Total Resilience

We are no longer talking about the future of work. It is upon us, and this is why Workhuman® continues to share data-driven insights that show human connection delivers powerful business results.

We’ve seen firsthand the inspired connections forward-thinking companies have made during the global pandemic, and we look forward to participating in the annual WorldatWork Total Rewards Conference & Exhibition to be part of the discussion on how to evolve and modernize the workplace.

This year, as you might expect, the Total Rewards Association had to “re-envision” its marquee event, transforming from a live conference into the WorldatWork 2020 Total Resilience Virtual Conference and Exhibition – a series of nine virtual events held each Wednesday from July 8 through Sept. 2.

And here’s some great news: Workhuman has teamed up with Total Rewards to offer 20% off the nine-week, all-inclusive package. Simply use promo code TRVWH20 when you register.

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Even though this year’s format has changed, Workhuman will once again be front-row, center at this premier conference for the total rewards professional. With that in mind, here are three ways you can connect with us during the first virtual event in the series, debuting on Wednesday, July 8:

  1. Attend our session.

At 1 p.m., Rob Schmitter, principal solutions architect at Workhuman, will lead a session entitled Same Investment, Higher Returns: Rearchitecting Your Total Rewards Budget to Drive Employee Connection​. Rob will explore how traditional incentives – such as annual bonuses – are no longer enough to keep employees inspired and engaged. He’ll make the case that now, more than ever, organizations need a year-round rewards strategy to forge long-term emotional connections with their employees. Rob will highlight the impact of gratitude in these times of uncertainty, and present the case for the ROI when companies carve out an employee recognition budget from their total rewards pie.​

  1. Visit our virtual booth.

Here, you can access white papers, case studies, and a host of dynamic, interactive videos that will give you a “firsthand” look at Workhuman® Cloud – our suite of human applications that are shaping the future of work.

Through our live chat, get your questions answered in real time by Workhuman experts who will be “staffing” the virtual booth throughout the event. It’s the next best thing to greeting you in person.

  1. Follow us on social and on our blog. 

Tap into our team’s unique insights and perspectives on our Workhuman Twitter page and be sure to keep an eye out for key session wrap ups here on the blog. Even in these challenging times, Workhuman continues to be your eyes and ears for new developments in the world of compensation and benefits.

While the format may be different this year, the chance to connect with Workhuman is as real as ever. We look forward to “seeing” you at the WorldatWork 2020 Total Resilience Virtual Conference and Exhibition on Wednesday, July 8.

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About the Author

Aaron Kinne

Aaron Kinne is a senior writer at Workhuman.

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