Sympa is launching the first UK event in their HRTech roundtable series!

With the topic of the “Future of Work” trending amongst HR leaders, Sympa is bringing its Nordics take on the subject to the UK market by organising an exclusive roundtable on the matter. The goal is for the audience to gather insights on how they can benefit from the same model that makes the workforces in these countries the happiest in the world. 

The world of work is undergoing unprecedented changes, and the HR leaders’ mission is to ensure that organisations and people have all the necessary tools, skills, processes and support to thrive.

In fact, today’s market shows the rise of HR within most organisations’ hierarchies with this trend accelerating in the past two years, hence HR is now the cornerstone of more organisations. The equation is relatively simple: no functioning HR, no functioning people, no organisation.

With that being said, here are the HR trends shaping the Future of Work:

  • HR TO STEP UP AND BECOME A TRUSTED BUSINESS ADVISOR: When businesses navigate uncertain times, HR professionals need to step up and guide the world of work forward.
  • EXPLORING NEW WAYS OF WORKING: For HR, this means adjusting or rethinking HR processes, processes for internal communication and remote leadership.
  • EMPLOYEE EXPERIENCE AS THE ONE NORTH STAR: Shape the future of work based on employee experience and employee well-being as people make successful businesses, not the other way around.
  • HR TECH TO UNLOCK TIME FOR PEOPLE: When a crisis hits, core HR processes and organisational resilience are truly tested. HR tech – without a doubt – is essential if you want to roll with the punches.

With the necessary processes and technology to back up HR leaders, these signals can be read in near real-time, data can help make better predictions of the future, and managers can quickly make adjustments to minimise impact and take advantage of new opportunities.

Presided by Annette Andrews as the speaker for this event, this roundtable aims to discuss the new roles, responsibilities and effects HR managers will have on organisations from now on.

Annette is a leading people and culture executive who has held senior HR roles at Ford, Lloyd’s of London and Lloyd’s Banking Group. She works with organisations to help develop post-pandemic working practices and considers how ongoing societal changes will affect the workforce.

Hosted in Heron Tower, along with a delicious complimentary breakfast at the stunning Duck & Waffle in London, this is set to become the rendez-vous for HR leaders in the UK market to learn and network with their peers!