HR Tech 2019: Human apps are the future of HR technology

September 25, 2019 Jess Huckins

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HR Tech 2019

Are you heading to Las Vegas on Oct. 1-4 for the HR Technology Conference & Exposition 2019?

If so, don’t miss breakout session TM3, “Using Technology to Unlock the Power of Human Connections at Work,” on Wednesday, Oct. 2, at 3:30 p.m. Author and consultant Jason Lauritsen, along with leaders from PSAV, Edwards Life Sciences, and Kaiser Permanente, will talk about how successful organizations are using human applications to meaningfully connect employees at work to improve collaboration, innovation, and performance. While many HCM systems show administrative information, human applications illustrate how connection and gratitude impact engagement, retention, and overall business results.

Visit our happy humans at booth #622.

Stop by to chat with us and learn more about how HR technology can build culture, reduce turnover, and illuminate how work really gets done in 2019. At booth #622, Sharon Pollard, HR business partner at Workhuman, and Alan Medinger, data scientist at the Workhuman® Analytics & Research Institute, will give a presentation on “The Science Behind Building a Culture of Gratitude”:

  • Tuesday, Oct. 1, 5:30 p.m.
  • Wednesday, Oct. 2, 11 a.m., 1 p.m., and 3 p.m.
  • Thursday, Oct. 3, 11 a.m. and 1:30 p.m.

Outside of these presentation times, Sharon and Alan are happy to give you a demo or chat about Workhuman® Cloud, the positive impact a grateful culture has on business, and the data behind human applications. While you’re there, be sure to enter our raffle for the chance to win a cool prize.

(To learn more, check out this webinar Sharon and Alan recently presented on a similar topic).

Let’s connect.

Some of our team members will be attending conference sessions and tweeting key highlights on social media using the hashtag #HRTechConf. Be on the lookout for Mike Wood, industry relations manager, and Dan Miller, director of content marketing, and a few more of our marketing superstars. Dan will also post a wrap-up blog after the event for those of you who miss a session (or the whole conference).  

Let us know if you’ll be there. We’d love to connect with you – either at our booth or during breakouts. If you’re not able to make it, be sure to follow along with all the conference excitement at @Workhuman.

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About the Author

Jess Huckins

Jess Huckins is a content producer at Workhuman. She launched the Workhuman Book Club and writes white papers, checklists, video scripts, and other content, focusing primarily on the data fueled by gratitude and recognition. Jess lives in Salem, Mass., where she enjoys adventuring outdoors with her two border collies.

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