HORSHAM, Pa., Sept. 10, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Human Resource Executive® magazine, the premier publication focused on strategic issues in HR, today announced the winners of the Top HR Products Awards. The annual award competition is designed to uncover the best new HR products. The winning selections will be featured in a special display in HRE’s booth at the 21st Annual HR Technology Conference & Exposition®. Attendees will also be able to view self-running presentations about each of the top products at the HRE booth during the conference.
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The world’s largest event dedicated to HR technology will once again break records with unprecedented attendance and a sold-out exposition floor. Next week’s HR Technology Conference & Exposition® – being held September 11 - 14 at The Venetian in Las Vegas – will also be the launchpad for more than 80 new products in the category.
Each year, the HR Tech Conference attracts thousands of HR leaders and practitioners who want to learn about innovations that are driving the HR technology market forward and how these tools and services can be implemented in their organizations immediately. With record-breaking attendance and vendors, the 2018 conference is expected to be the biggest one yet! Professionals from across the world will converge in Las Vegas, Sept. 11 - 14, 2018 to increase their knowledge on purchasing and effectively implementing new HR systems while learning how to stay on top of the rapidly changing industry.
HORSHAM, Pa. (August 21, 2018) – After careful consideration, 30 companies have qualified from a field of more than 150 entrants to present their solutions at next month’s HR Technology Conference & Exposition®. Known as “Pitchfest”, slots at the coveted competition will give HR technology startups the opportunity to showcase their organizations to the conference’s attendees, which include HR executives, investors and IT professionals.
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It’s well-documented in business today that poor customer service impacts customer retention, referrals and potential new business. Social media has given consumers an open forum to share both good and bad product and service experiences to all who will listen. The same can now be said for discerning job seekers and employees, and for too long candidate and employer experience has been given little attention. What's clear in the research today from the likes of Talent Board and other research firms -- negative candidate experiences can prevent qualified people from applying again, referring others and making purchases of consumer-based businesses. And poor employee experiences can lead to low employee engagement, dismal productivity and poor retention.