Workpro are delighted to be exhibiting at the HR Technologies event in London on the 3rd-4th May 2023. The conference focuses on digital transformation within the HR function, covering a broad range of topics from process innovation to meeting new expectations. The event is co-located with the Learning Technologies event, which focuses on recruitment and learning technology. A free pass gives you access to all technology suppliers, free seminars and live demonstrations.
Talks feature information from the forefront of new technology including a deep dive into AI and the disruptive new ChatGPT led by Jennifer Kirkwood, a partner at IBM. Another speech, by industry keynote speaker, David Wilson, the CEO of Fosway Group, looks at the reality of HR Technology today. He will focus on which solutions are driving the greatest success and which are still just mainly hype.
As a provider of HR case management software we are looking forward to hearing about other advancements in HR tech. Our product, Workpro HR, is under constant development, using user feedback and wider market research to inform our Product Roadmap. Most recently, we introduced Workpro Connect for HR – a new HR case portal which increases self-serve capabilities for line managers, enabling them to submit and access their own team’s cases, with support from the central HR team where needed. By capturing every case, from disciplinary to wellness issues, the HR team and their managers can see exactly what is going on throughout the organisation.
This is an optional module which can be added onto our existing Workpro HR case management software, which has been supporting HR professionals in various industries for over a decade. Many HR teams are still using outdated spreadsheets to manage their HR casework. This process is very manual and time intensive, meaning that caseworkers often spend long periods of time searching for communication and documentation. Case management software ensures that the entire case is kept in one place, increasing efficiency and freeing up time for HR professionals to focus on the person at the centre of a case.