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    Redefining the Worker Experience – How Technology Can Make Work More Human

    Date: December 12, 2023, 5:30pm – 8:00pm
    HRMA Princeton
    Mercer County Community College Conference Center
    1200 Old Trenton Road
    Princeton Junction, NJ 08550
    Pre-registered: members $40 / non-members $50, Students and qualified In-Transition $20, $10 additional charge for walk-ins
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    Redefining the Worker Experience –
    How Technology Can Make Work More Human

    Presented by Roy Altman

    Tuesday, December 12 • 5:30 — 8 p.m.


    Member Registration Form
    Non Member Registration Form
    Students and In Transition Registration Form

    This program is pending approval for 1 SHRM PDC and 1 (HR General) recertification credit from HRCI


    The paradigms of work, jobs, organizations and management are shifting under our feet. Engaging and retaining talent is still paramount to success, but workers expect a positive experience (just as employers expect excellence from their workers). The current state leaves much to be desired. We need to redefine the way work is supported, starting with optimizing the worker’s experience.

    This won’t be successful without effectively-deployed technology. Analytics is a necessary first step to understand the workforce and enacting change. This presentation will detail the technology supporting the optimal work experience, without blowing up your budget.


    1. Attendees will appreciate the way work and workers’ expectations are changing

    2. Attendees will understand new management techniques to address the changing business climate

    3. Attendees will become versed in the technologies to support worker experience


    Roy Altman is the founder/CEO of Peopleserv, a software/services company. Over a multifaceted career, Roy has delivered value to clientele ranging from mid-size companies to global enterprises. He frequently authors articles on business and technology, has co-authored six books on Business Process Management (BPM) and has published in the Saturday Evening Post.

    Roy regularly presents at HR and BPM conferences. He is on the faculty of the Human Capital Analytics and Technology (HCAT) program at New York University. Altman serves on the editorial committee of Workforce Solutions Review magazine.


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