Webinar with special guests IDC:
Elevating the virtual employee experience
23rd Sept, 14:00 BST
Join the session to understand how HR leaders are creating fully integrated and virtual employee experiences.
With many unknowns facing businesses throughout 2020, the pressures on HR leaders to create a fully integrated and virtual employee experience has been challenging. As organizations have shifted to remote working where possible, new ways of collaborating digitally have been implemented to ensure no loss of productivity. The pandemic has also changed employees' expectations from their employers, with many relying on additional benefits including flexible hours, mental wellbeing support and virtual events to help juggle their professional, personal and social lives.
Attend the session to understand:
- How can you tailor your strategies to address the evolving needs of your workforce and keep them engaged throughout this ever-changing time?
- How can you support your employees in the return back to a safe workplace?
- How can you virtualise key activities including performance reviews and onboarding?
Register for this session to hear from Angela Salmeron, Research Manager from global market intelligence firm IDC and evangelist and VP of Innovation, Chris Pope of ServiceNow, as we discuss the evolving nature of Human Resources, and what this will mean for the rest of 2020. They'll be sharing their knowledge on ensuring a continued positive employee experience, and strategies you can introduce for those returning to the workplace.
Angela Salmeron, Associate Research Director, European Future of Work - IDC
Angela Salmeron has over 10 years of experience in the ICT industry and is currently an associate research director with IDC's European Future of Work research service, based in London. In this role, she provides coverage of key technology trends across the Future of Work, including the digital workspace, security and trust, collaborative platforms and the augmented worker.
Chris Pope, VP Innovation - ServiceNow
Having managed large-scale, technology-led projects in global enterprises prior to joining ServiceNow, and through senior roles at some of the world's leading financial institutions, including UBS, NYSE Euronext and Lehman Brothers, Chris has led huge enterprise service management strategies. Chris enjoys discussing strategies with business transformation leaders, he understands their vision, and helps to enable them to think differently and challenge the status quo to create the opportunities that will transform their business approach.