How HR Tech will Enable Transformation

How HR Tech will Enable Transformation
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Date(s) - 10th February 2022
4:30 pm - 5:30 pm

The London HR Connection is delighted to invite you to join our free webinar that will explore peer benchmarking insights from our partner for this event, Capgemini Invent, and our guest panellists on HR’s readiness to transform and leverage technology to shape the future of the workplace.

COVID has shattered assumptions about how work gets done. Organisations have reacted quickly to adapt and survive but now, two years after COVID was declared a pandemic, is the time to intentionally reinvent the future of work, define what we’re keeping from the lessons learned in the past two years but also how do we reshape our future ways of working. HR leaders have a unique opportunity and responsibility to evolve from legacy location-centric work design to a more equitable human-centric, outputs and outcomes-based work design that empowers the workforce to thrive in the post-pandemic world.

With technology advancements revolutionising our work, workplace and workforce, how do we envision the future of HR? According to Capgemini, a global powerhouse of innovation, design, and transformation, the future of HR is a digitalised function powered by insight and digital technology, envisioning and enabling the fluid and augmented workforce of the future. But does the industry believe their tech is up to standard to drive this change and to deliver performance over the coming years?

Let us explore the future of work together and understand the role of ‘intelligent HR’ or HR 4.0 in that future. How can HR tech support organisational transformation and moving HR into the future? Join the conversation, complete the benchmark and learn from industry insights what great looks like in HR tech enabled transformations.

Capgemini invites you to compare your opinion with your HR peers in this live industry benchmark: Does your HR tech enable transformation? Access the benchmarking tool here->

Our speakers and panellists will include:

Aditi Kejriwal – Vice President, Workforce & Organisation
Aditi is a Vice President specialised on Enterprise Transformation across Capgemini Invent UK and the Americas. She has 20+ years of HR and Talent consulting experience across India, Hong-Kong, Singapore, Mauritius and for the last 13 years in UK. She is a shaper, and has extensive experience in successfully leading complex, multi-year HR, Talent and digital transformations across multiple sectors including Life Sciences, Utilities, Infrastructure and Consumer Products. She is passionate about helping her clients drive purpose-led culture transformations and optimise the power of digital in driving more human-centric workforces to effectively navigate the Future of Work and enable the changing role that HR must play in making this happen.

Ciprian Arhire – Employee Experience, HR and Enterprise Transformation Managing Consultant
In his day job Ciprian a Managing Consultant on the Future of HR, employee experience and HR transformation at Capgemini Invent bringing 15+ years of working in HR and business operations at the forefront of his internal and client work. In he’s spare time he is the founder and chair for the CIPD Fellows and Senior People Professionals Network in London creating an inclusive learning and sharing community dedicated to exploring good practices and tackling key current issues facing HR, L&D and OD strategy, organisational governance and practice. Ciprian also speaks at events, conferences and hosts an independent podcast focused on exploring the Future of Work and HR.

Phil Shelley – SAP HCM, Payroll & SuccessFactors capability lead
Phil leads the SAP HCM, Payroll & SuccessFactors capability for Capgemini UK and brings 20+ years of experience in helping clients transform HR through designing, implementing and leading complex, global HR system implementations across a range of industry sectors. Phil’s experience of large, cross functional projects enables him to think outside the world of HR, bringing insights and guidance that ensures employee experience remains a key focus in every aspect of design.

Please note, the zoom link will be issued one day before the webinar and again one hour before. 


Bookings are closed for this event.