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19 Apr 2023

Putting employees first at HR Technologies UK: stellar line-up of exhibitors announced for inaugural event

Putting employees first at HR Technologies UK: stellar line-up of exhibitors announced for inaugural event

With more than 60 companies displaying solutions to address Operations & Services, Recruitment & Talent Acquisition, Talent Retainment & Nurturement, Corporate Health & Wellbeing and Learning & Development, the event is anticipated to bring together the UK’s HR and recruitment community to discuss, deliberate, and deliver the future of HR fuelled by technology.

Among those confirmed to exhibit, attendees can join Atlas, Firstup, G-P (Globalization Partners), LACE Partners, Totara, UKG, Venero Capital Advisers, Workday and more to discover the very latest tech solutions to transform the HR function.

The true cost of onboarding
According to the latest Labour Market Outlook figures, 29% of employers anticipate significant problems finding workers for hard-to-fill vacancies over the next six months[1]. With plenty of challenges already facing HR professionals, understanding the costs related to hiring and onboarding new employees is essential to help companies move quickly, and make a good impression on new starters. Empowering HR and People Teams during the onboarding process, RND-IT will promote its Managed IT Services which cover every aspect of device lifecycle management, from device selection, through setup and configuration, to technical support and recycling at the end of a contract.

Also bridging the gap between onboarding to full lifecycle of system projects, Phase 3 will demonstrate how HR professionals can integrate technology to optimise their HR process using its leading system selection tool. Covering the full life cycle of HR, payroll, and finance projects, from selection, implementation, development and ongoing managed services, Phase 3 will also lead a seminar session live from the show floor at this year’s event, discussing strategies for employers on how to manage digital well-being.

Bolstering connections with recent graduates, will showcase its leading AI-powered platform which connects students and HR professionals, facilitating the graduate recruitment process
. The multifunctional platform provides detailed analytics for the skills learned and practiced, visual mapping for experience and job description, and employs ML algorithms to help employers find an instant match.

Creating a tangible feedback loop
Disrupting the employee feedback process, Thymometrics – the leading suppliers of always-on feedback systems – will highlight its personal yet highly-functional employee-centric platform. Its proprietary technology recognises the cultural values in any company to generate tailored feedback surveys, which measures mood, tracks wellbeing, and drives engagement. From pulse surveys enabling employees to react faster to opinion, mood, and motivation, to peer reviews and 360° feedback, it aims to maximise the potential of every employee working within a business.

Further aiding HR teams to manage employee issues and guarantee fair treatment, Workpro Casework will highlight its intuitive HR case management solution. From grievances and disciplinaries to wellness and health issues, attendees will have sight of the functional system which offers employers an easy-to-use and cost-effective case management tool. Visitors will also be made aware of Workpro’s HR case portal – Workpro Connect – which offers line managers a secure platform for to manage their team’s cases with support from the central HR team, allowing for a smooth and protected process.

Elsewhere on the show floor, AdagioVR will answer the concerns of employers looking for help to manage mental health and wellbeing in the workplace. Offering an immersive experience for visitors to its stand, it will demonstrate how its solutions can provide transformational mental wellbeing outcomes for staff, students, or service users. Through its dynamic mobile app, users can embark on a journey using the powerful virtual reality program to identify and overcome various challenges to improve productivity and performance, whilst transforming people and culture within the working environment.

Innovations maximising software
With more than 31 years of experience, Accu-Time Solutions will demonstrate why it is a leader in time keeping solutions and software, ideal for attendees looking to automate the efficient collection of time and attendance data from their employees. In partnership with Keynote Theatre sponsor Workday and Oracle, Accu-Time Solutions will bring its cloud-based employee time and attendance tracking and employee self-service (ESS) solution – TimeCom® – which has been developed to seamlessly integrate with Workday® Time Tracking, Oracle HCM Cloud Time and Labor, and proprietary systems.

Today, more and more businesses are looking for innovative ways to amplify performance with technology, fuelled by developments in Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML). HR Technologies’ UK Keynote Theatre sponsors, Workday, pride themselves as leaders of enterprise management cloud applications. Attendees will be able to connect with its latest tools on-site to get a feel for the cloud architecture, intelligent data core and configurable frameworks which deliver financial management, human capital management, and analytics applications designed for the world’s largest companies, educational institutions, and government agencies.

Meanwhile, G-P (Globalization Partners), the pioneer and recognised leader of the global employment industry, will showcase a new standard in global hiring with G-P Meridian, the first customizable SaaS-based global employment product suite to address the needs of companies of all sizes looking to build and manage global teams in the new world of work. Attendees can also join VP of Talent Recruiting at G-P, Mark Hedley, for insights on top strategies to attract the best global talent in 2023 in the Seminar Theatre 1 at 11:00 on May 4.

Effective communications
Bringing its unique offering to the show floor, intelligent communication platform, Firstup, will demonstrate how its granular orchestration engine can help employers create more meaningful methods of communication to gain insightful views of their employees. Speakers from Firstup will also participate in the show’s highly educational conference programme, with further details due to be announced soon. Visitors to Firstup’s stand can enjoy crepes and ice-cream while getting a first look at how the platform can connect employees’ experiences, unlock real-time intelligence, and deliver personalised communications at scale.

Robbie Jones, Exhibition Director, HR Technologies UK, said: “As the first HR Technologies UK event, I am confident that the show next month will empower attendees looking for the latest HR tech solutions, creating a positive impact to the way brands do business. Our earlier industry research, highlighting the appetite for innovative technology solutions, with companies actively looking to invest in the latest solutions to improve the HR function. We’re looking forward to welcoming exhibitors and visitors as they immerse themselves with the latest HR technology the show will offer.”
HR Technologies UK will be co-located with Learning Technologies, an established event held by CloserStill Media. In 2022, it welcomed over 9,000 visitors, 220 exhibitors and 200 speakers. The events are interlinked, with visitors at HR Technologies UK gaining direct access to Learning Technologies, and vice versa.

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