Helping HR Enable Positive Employee Experiences: Insights Gleaned at 2022 HR Tech Conference and Expo

The 2022 HR Tech Conference and Expo brought people together to exchange ideas, share new solutions and to help solve some of the industry’s biggest challenges.


TODAY’S EVER-CHANGING EMPLOYER LANDSCAPE makes for an exciting - yet challenging - time to work in HR. At this year’s HR Technology Conference and Exposition in Las Vegas - the largest HR tech conference and expo in the world - nearly 5,000 attendees gathered to exchange ideas, share new solutions and help solve for some of the industry’s biggest challenges today. 

Equifax Workforce Solutions held a strong presence at the 2022 HR Technology Conference and Exposition, complete with an expo booth showcasing live demos, two engaging speaker sessions, insightful conversations with HR media and analysts, and a CONNECT networking event that brought more than 100 clients and partners together. Read on to learn more about the new innovations and insights Workforce Solutions brought to the table at this year’s event. 


Helping solve for HR’s biggest challenges today 

When HR professionals enter the field, it’s likely not because they’re passionate about paperwork and compliance. Rather, they’re passionate about people, setting out to enable positive experiences for employees past, present and future. That’s why the Workforce Solutions teams make it their mission to help solve complex challenges that ultimately make life easier for both employers and employees, providing more comprehensive solutions that support organizations across the entire employment lifecycle, from talent acquisition and onboarding to active employment and post-employment. 

During their 2022 HR Tech speaker session, “Top 5 Risky Onboarding and Employee Forms Myths,” Sarah Beth Todd, Pre-Sales Leader and Jason Fry, Senior Director, Product Management at Equifax Workforce Solutions helped address some of the most pressing forms questions, sharing solutions to help HR mitigate risk, better streamline processes and reduce administrative burden along the way. 

Driving retention was also top-of-mind for attendees as they work to navigate today’s ever-changing landscape, and Steve Schulz, Vice President, Enterprise Accounts at Equifax Workforce Solutions provided information to help HR professionals do just that in the session, , “3 Tips to Help Engage and Retain Your Vital Lower Income Workers.”. 


Enabling a positive employee experience throughout the entire employment lifecycle

Across the expo booth to the conference stage and everywhere in between, one message was clear: enabling a positive employee experience throughout the entire employment lifecycle is now more important than ever. Workforce Solutions knows this starts even before a new hire is made, from harnessing the power of The Work Number® service and the data-driven decisions key to making more informed hiring decisions to enabling an easier, more streamlined onboarding process for employers and employees alike. 

Onboarding journeys have become the new standard, but when it comes to enabling a positive employee experience across the entire employee lifecycle, offboarding is an important component that’s often overlooked. During HR Tech, Equifax Workforce Solutions announced the launch of its new Reemployment Services solution to help employers continue enabling that positive employee experience even as termed employees transition. By providing tools that help separated employees get back to work quicker, Reemployment Services helps protect goodwill and employee morale - doing well by doing good - while also potentially helping reduce unemployment costs for employers. 

Knowing that it’s the people-driven work that matters most to HR, Workforce Solutions is constantly evaluating the market to inform new product innovation, placing its employer clients and their workforces at the center of everything they do. 

To learn more about how Equifax Workforce Solutions provides solutions that help support the entire employment lifecycle, visit the link here.

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