Your #TotalRewards18 Checklist

May 17, 2018 Sarah Payne

Are you headed to Dallas next week for WorldatWork’s Total Rewards Conference and Exhibition? So is the Globoforce team!

We’re pretty excited to try the local barbeque. But we’re even more excited to share demos, customer stories, and thought leadership on how to tap into human connections across teams to motivate and inspire your people. Here’s a rundown of the ways you can connect with us:

Visit Booth #101: Drop by our booth and try a demo of WorkHuman® Cloud – a modular suite of always-on human applications. Just announced last month, WorkHuman Cloud is a completely social, transparent, crowdsourced, and team-driven approach to how work gets done. It’s not like other HR software solutions that are used to manage data, governance, and bureaucratic tasks. While in the booth, spin our “Total Rewards Wheel” for a chance to win an Amazon Echo and free passes to WorkHuman 2019 in Nashville.

Attend this panel discussion on Monday:

Creating the Future in Real Time: Innovating, Leading, and Learning as the World of Work Changes

When: May 21, 3-4 p.m.

Most CHROs agree: It's time to radically retool HR. But even the most visionary among us struggle to meet this challenge. After all, the world of work and talent is changing at unprecedented speed, ushered in by the increasing use of automation, robotics, and A.I. In this panel discussion, three workforce futurists and leaders discuss the significant forces affecting organizations and the way work gets done. Attendees will hear about current issues through the lens of social and organizational reconfiguration, innovation, and competition, and walk away with a better understanding of how to drive a revolution that delivers on business performance.

Speakers:

Josh Bersin, principal, Bersin by Deloitte

Jesse Harriott, head of analytics and executive director of the WorkHuman Analytics and Research Institute, Globoforce

Suzanne McAndrew, global talent business leader, Willis Towers Watson

Attend this Tuesday session:

Building a Human Workplace Through Recognition

When: May 22, 2-3 p.m.

Recognition is strongly linked to business performance by improving employee retention and engagement, and by creating a positive work experience. In this session, speakers from Merck share their journey to create an award-winning global recognition program that inspires nearly 70,000 employees to do their best work. Attendees will hear perspectives on Merck's keys to success as well as the effect recognition has on the culture and how that leverages the capabilities of social recognition. Walk away with an understanding of global vs. phased rollout considerations, how to leverage global ambassadors, and ways to overcome challenges with a program of this scale.

Speakers:

Donyel McAndrew, associate director, Merck & Co, Inc.

Michaela Leo, CCP, GRP, director of compensation programs and analytics, Merck & Co, Inc.

Brenda Pohlman, consultant, Globoforce

David Watson, global solutions & relationship lead, Merck & Co, Inc.

 

You can also visit this link any time to see what Globoforce is doing at the conference and save time by pre-registering for a demo.

We hope to see you in Dallas!

About the Author

Sarah Payne

Sarah is managing editor at Globoforce. When not writing about all things WorkHuman, leadership, recognition, and appreciation, she enjoys iced coffee, running, and spending time with her daughter, Mabel.

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