Will Companies Lose Their Human Aspect as Automation Enters the Workforce? January 29th, EverythingBenefits Explores HR’s Perspective in NYC Panel

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Panel will examine how HR teams should prepare to embrace the changes that will come along with automation

Wednesday, January 29th, the leading provider of next-generation automated benefits technology, EverythingBenefits, will host the discussion, How HR Will Make Automation More Humane.

The panel, moderated by Caroline Hroncich of Business Insider, will bring together industry leaders including Rachel Lyubovitzky, Co-founder and CEO, EverythingBenefits; Tatiana Goldberg, Change Management Lead, Unilever; Kara Schuff, HR Manager, GE Healthcare and Matthew Sydney, CEO, Picwell, to discuss the intersection of technology and HR.

HR is the heartbeat of organizations and is most effective when individuals are empowered and able to serve the dual purpose of driving a company’s mission while creating a positive and productive environment for employees. As automation is rapidly integrated into companies across the country, HR organizations will finally be liberated of mundane error-prone manual tasks and granted the opportunity to focus on more strategic initiatives, helping employees engage in more meaningful ways both professionally and personally. Many fear automation as something that will “dehumanize” the workplace, but what if the opposite is true?

“As a technology company aimed at aiding the well-being of individuals, it made sense for us to discuss the benefits, challenges, and opportunities associated with maneuvering that overlap of spaces,” said Lyubovitzky. “These panelists draw from a wealth of experience on HR leveraging tech in order to satisfy employees and the companies they represent. We look forward to hosting this conversation that will delve into different perspectives on the implementation of innovation, best practices and HR automation success stories.”

The event will take place at Meet in Place Midtown. Networking and happy hour begin at 6:30PM, followed by the panel and Q+A from 7PM-8PM. For more information and to RSVP for the panel, please visit follow this link: https://bit.ly/3ayGMei

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