Right to work compliance: how to save time and money
– Gavin Burton, TrustID
Gavin explored how electronic identity checks make right to work processes more efficient, consistent and reliable. He also shares evidence of how technology has helped organisations identify fraudulent applicants and support compliance audits.
The analytics to answer crucial talent management questions
– Ian Lee-Emery, Head Light
When senior leaders ask you tricky talent management questions, how easy is it to pinpoint the right data to share? Discover the core talent analytics you should focus on answer those tough questions, and shape your talent management strategy.
How technology is driving the employee experience
– Gethin Nadin, Benefex
Employees’ expectations of technology are now sky high, thanks to the standards set by online retailers, social media platforms, and app-based services. Gethin explored how employers can ensure the experience at work is cutting edge, personalised, and effortless.
You career coach your leaders, but what about your staff?
– Alex Innes, Abintegro
Alex presented new insight into what workers want from their employers when it comes to career development, based on analysis of 150,000 UK employees’ actions. She also shared examples of tangible interventions that deliver real results.
Revolutionising the way people are paid
– James Herbert, Hastee Pay
Discover why paying your employees immediately, rather than waiting for pay day, can boost workers’ financial wellbeing, increase productivity, improve employee engagement and help improve staff retention rates.
Why HR departments fail internal audits and how to prevent it
– Julian Roberts, EssentialSkillz
HR and L&D teams are great at providing training, but when the auditors come knocking a paper chase can ensue. This presentation looked at how to close the loop with compliance issues without training becoming a tick box exercise.
HR and finance, bridging the gap
– Ian Hogg, Shopworks
Learn how new cloud-based tools are allowing HR to work closer with finance departments to give companies a competitive edge while improving compliance and employee satisfaction.
Connecting the dots – the benefits of integrating HR and payroll
– Steve Sweetlove, RSM
Integrating your payroll and HR data is not only cost effective, but significantly progresses your company towards the digital data age. Discover the benefits found in improved management reporting and compliance processes.
Using gamification to drive engagement and behavioural change
– Marcus Thornley, Totem
Why gaming approaches are so successful at engaging people; how gamification has pervaded the workplace and what difference it’s making for HR teams; and techniques that’ll improve employee engagement.
Driving learning with gamification and learning journeys
– Toby Gilchrist, Digits
Discover the power of learning journeys and gamified digital learning to increase learner engagement and knowledge retention, ultimately delivering a more engaging and effective experience for your learners.
From annual snapshots to always-on employee engagement
– David Godden, Thymometrics
David discussed how shifting from annual snapshot surveys to a continuous feedback approach can improve productivity, engagement and bottom line. He also shared practical tips for immediately applying this approach in your organisation.
Why are companies failing to challenge suspicious expenses?
– Joe Gill, webexpenses
The challenge with expense management isn’t creating a policy — it’s making the policy work in the real world. In this session, Joe explored some of the ways that technology can help organisations to put their expense policies into practice.
Using time and attendance for more than just payroll
– Tallulah Day, FTS
Tallulah from Formula Time Systems (FTS) revealed how you can minimise costs, reduce administration, predict workflow patterns and gain more control over your budgets using time and attendance software.