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6 Reasons To Attend HR Tech User-Conferences

China Gorman

I am frequently invited to attend user conferences in the HR Tech space and I am becoming a huge fan of these events. The latest case in point was KronosWorks , the annual gathering of customers and prospects of Kronos , the heavyweight provider of tools and services to manage and engage an entire workforce with a focus on time/attendance management. All user conferences provide training on getting the most of the product or service. ATTEND THESE SESSIONS!

Using Technology to Improve Engagement and Boost Productivity

Get Hppy

With recent technology advancements, organizations are finding new ways to improve engagement and create a productive atmosphere at the office. As NY Times bestselling author Kevin Kruse explains , “It is an emotional commitment the employee has to the organization and its goals”.

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10 Ways To Improve Your Business Travel Experience

HR Bartender

After last year’s WorkHuman conference hosted by Globoforce , I decided to keep track of how many days I spent away from home on business travel. It was basically 90 days – a quarter of my time I spend traveling. Other times, it’s aggravating!

On Appreciation, Recognition & WorkHuman: Q&A with Tim Sackett

WorkHuman

We asked Tim for his take on Employee Appreciation Day, recognition, and why he’s attending WorkHuman in May. Which programs and initiatives should HR leaders focus on in 2016? I spend as much time with them as my real family for the most part.

Nothing but our own fear

Steve Boese

I was at the Globoforce WorkHuman Conference earlier in the week, and one of the more interesting aspects of this conference from the many that I attend in the course of the year is Globoforce's willingness to showcase speakers and topics that are not necessarily 'on the nose' with their specific set of technologies and solutions. No products, no users, no user conferences. — Steve Boese (@SteveBoese) May 11, 2016.

Company culture problems: How unhappy employees affect your customers

Insperity

We’ve all encountered a business for the first time and formed an immediate impression of its culture. They even represent your company in their off-hours when attending their children’s ball games or church. According to a GloboForce white paper, The Science of Happiness , happy employees are: 58% more likely to go out of their way to help a customer or a colleague. Stay five times longer in their jobs. Take 10 times less sick leave. Change takes time.

Notes from the road #20 - Spring event roundup edition

Steve Boese

analyst meetings), as I can, all while planning for and developing the program for the 19th Annual HR Technology Conference and Expo to be held October 4 - 7, 2016 in Chicago, IL. Since the Spring event season is just about over, (I think I have one more to attend, the always interesting HireVue event in a couple of weeks), I wanted to share at least a small part of what I saw, heard, and learned at a few of these events from early 2016.

WorkHuman: Still on My A-List for Conferences

The People Equation

Check out this wrap video: The second time around, the event was less of a blur for me, and my recap thoughts flowed pretty easily. Here goes: The number of Humans in attendance grows. Conference organizer Globoforce has seen its conference take flight.

3 Ideas to Get More Bang for Your Compensation Buck

Compensation Cafe

The New York Time s quoted professor Jarrod Haar of Auckland University of Technology, one of the researchers analyzing the results of the experiment, as noting, “ Supervisors said staff were more creative, their attendance was better, they were on time, and they didn't leave early or take long breaks. Rather, focusing on employee strengths and encouraging more emphasis and productivity in line with those goals delivers more impact in the short and long-term.

#HRTechConf: My Top 5 Highlights

TalentCulture

Over four days, 4,000 attendees came together with 300 exhibiting companies to learn, network and witness 60 new product announcements! I couldn’t understand why I was having trouble finding her on the exhibit floor until I realized she was one such person attending virtually.

300+ Women Leaders in HR! These Women in HR Bring a Unique Blend of People & Strategic Skills.

CakeHR

Anada Lakra , Entrepreneur & Product Person. Amy Wilson , SVP Products at SAP SuccessFactors. Dara Brenner , Vice President, Product Management. Elizabeth Casey (Nelson) , Vice President Product Management at Snag. Gretchen Alarcon , Group Vice President, Product Strategy at Oracle. Holly Simmons , Global Product Marketing, Customer Service Management at ServiceNow – The Enterprise Cloud Company. Kristin Lewis , VP of Product at ENGAGE Talent.