Employee Status with Tech at Work: It's Complicated

Employee viewpoint on how HR tech can help them deliver higher quality work


Today's employees are excited to use technology at work and say better tools and tech options could help them deliver higher quality work. However, when leaders jump to technology without doing enough to engage their people, it can leave them feeling confused, overwhelmed, and unmotivated.

 

Join Dan Staley, partner and HCM technology leader at PwC, and Mike Andrus, VP of HCM Transformation at Oracle, for a discussion about PwC's recent survey of 12,000+ employees on how they experience tech at work. Gain an understanding of how tapping into the needs, desires, and emotions people experience with tech can increase tech adoption and engagement, boost motivation and productivity, and in turn enhance employee and customer experiences.

 

Learn:

  • Where employee and leader perspectives on HR tech choices and needs differ
  • How to turn employees' desire for digital skills into results
  • Why CEOs fear losing a technological edge and 80% are worried about the availability of key skills
  • 4 foundational steps that will guide you in making better, more people- focused tech decisions

 

Presenters:

  • Mike Andrus, VP of Human Capital Management Transformation, Oracle
  • Dan Staley, Principal, Human Resources Technology Leader, PwC US

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