Visit us on stand D100 to discover CIPHR’s HR software, and hear experts’ views on the future of work
CIPHR is delighted to be exhibiting at the inaugural CIPD Festival of Work, which runs from 12-13 June 2019 at Olympia in London.
Not only will visitors to the conference and free exhibition be able to experience CIPHR’s HR, recruitment and learning solutions for themselves on stand D100, we’ll also be running a series of 10 free learning sessions on our stage. There’s no need to book a place for these free learning sessions, although if you want to see CIPHR in action, it’s highly recommend that you reserve a slot with one of our experts.
Learning session highlights
Rob Oehlers and Claire Williams from CIPHR will present a technology experience of two halves: rapid advancement and adoption in the consumer sphere, and slow development and change in our use of technology at work. They’ll showcase how CIPHR itself has approached integrating business and social systems to enhance its employees’ experience at work.
Former games developer turned HR tech guru Marcus Thornley of Play Consulting will explore and compare our experiences of technology as consumers and employees: what makes one joyous, and the other painful? How does that experience of workplace technology affect engagement? And what message is poor HR technology really sending employees?
Andrew Drake from PES will explain why Strava, Instagram and employee benefits technology have way more in common than you might think – and why you can’t afford to ignore employees’ wants and needs when it comes to HR initiatives.
CIPHR’s Megan Hope will explore how we use digital technology to solve traditional L&D problems, how to transition from a training team to continuously evolving learning team – and the challenge and opportunities along the way – and the secrets to encouraging and motivating learners.
HR analytics expert Nigel Dias from 3n Strategy will reveal how organisations of all sizes should approach their analytics journey, focusing on people questions and decisions – using examples and research based on the work of 3n Strategy and the HR Analytics ThinkTank.
Wagestream’s CEO Peter Briffett will share quick facts and industry insight on the financial health of UK workers, and open up discussions about the link between financial wellbeing and employee stress and productivity. You’ll leave the session with an action plan to improve workforce productivity to take back to your organisation.
How to register for the CIPD Festival of Work
The event’s exhibition is free to attend – just make sure to pre-register online.