There’s nothing quite like getting out of the office and living and breathing everything that your company is about, especially when it’s for the benefit of others. And that’s exactly what the team will be doing, when we descend on the Chartered Institute of Professional Development (CIPD) Festival of Work, from 15th – 16th June.
But what exactly can you expect to see from us? Well, here we are with a quickfire round-up, to give you a taster of what’s in store…
- Our software in all its glory
There’d be little point us attending if we weren’t willing to give a whistle stop tour of the pièce de resistance — Natural HR in all its glory! So, expect software demos, and feature spotlights galore, as we give you a glimpse into the system that will help manage your entire operation, transform the way you manage administration, and create a high-performing HR function — you can thank us later!
Hint – ask about employee engagement, it’s a real showstopper and a firm favourite among the team.
- A real-life example of our impact, but don’t just take it from us…
Because we know how tricky it be making decisions around new infrastructure, we’ve invited one of our longest standing customers, Mark McHugh, group HR manager at the National Motorcycle Museum to explain, from his perspective, how our technology has revolutionised HR operations across the multi-sited company — providing a foundation for communication, and helping its 500 employees to thrive and operate effectively.
You can catch Mark’s presentation from 13.45 on 15th June, in the HR Technology theatre.
- A team turn out, so you can ask anything – there and then
We’ll have everyone from the CEO and COO, to function specific experts, and account managers — meaning that any question, big or small, can be answered in full, on the day. Get to know the team, the actual people that you’d be liaising with, should you choose to become one of our customers.
And it’ll be a real representation of what we’re all about. A family-owned business, that puts its people, and its customers, first — every single time.
To find out more about the event, or to book a place, visit the Festival of Work website.