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We are excited to be joining our friends and partners at Workato to attend the 2020 HR Technology Conference & Exposition® from October 27 to 30.  The conference is virtual this year, and it’s free. We invite you to join us at this event and visit us at the Workato virtual booth. Please click here to register.

There are many fascinating speakers and seminars this year. In particular, I’m excited to see Jessalyn Klein, Head of People and Culture at Workato, and Jessica Barry, Senior People Systems & Recruiting Analyst at Slack, discuss the Top 5 HR Best Practices in a Time of Disruption on Thursday, October 29th at 1:10pm PDT.

The HR Technology conference has always been an important event for HR leaders, innovators, vendors, and service providers to come together and help define the future of the workplace. 2020 may be the most critical year ever for the HR and technology communities to come together. This year has been extraordinarily challenging for most organizations worldwide, and the role of HR has never been more central.

The accelerated adoption of technology is a crucial driver enabling organizations to shift to safe and digital-first workplaces. It’s more important than ever for HR leaders to have clear strategies about the constellation of technologies that can help their organizations adjust quickly and thrive. It is also critically important to have the strategy and tools to integrate these solutions into seamless employee experiences that maintain culture, security, and productivity.

The HR Tech conference is an opportunity to listen and learn from each other, explore ideas, discover the full potential of modern HR tech solutions and develop approaches to enable the digital workplace that’s right for each organization.

Please join us at the conference and drop by the Workato virtual booth to say hello!

Cameron Hay

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