Cezanne HR, the leading supplier of global Cloud-native HR Software for mid-sized and growing UK and international businesses, will showcase the latest enhancements to their HR system at the upcoming CIPD Festival of Work 2019.
London, January 14 2019 – Cezanne HR will be returning to the much-celebrated event, previously known as the HR Software Show, for a sixth year on the 12th and 13th June 2019 at the Grand Hall, Olympia. System experts will be on hand to answer questions and demo the system. Whether you’re at the formative stages of your search for HR Software, or further along in the process, this is the perfect opportunity to engage with the HR industry’s leading experts and to find a system that meets your business needs.
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Cezanne HR’s development team have been hard at work since last year’s exhibition and are looking forward to showcasing the system’s latest features. These include a new module for Employee Onboarding and Lifecycle management, a hugely popular custom form builder and tools that let HR teams easily manage the deletion and anonymisation of personal data in line with GDPR and their own requirements. With plenty of enhancements in the production pipe line for 2019, more exciting new features will be ready to demo by June.
Previously known as the HR Software Show, the event is for the first-time part of the larger CIPD Festival of Work. According to the CIPD, the shift was made to reflect the changing marketplace and to meet the needs of visitors. It’s anticipated that more than 7000 business leaders, technologists and ‘people professionals’ will be attending the event this year and promises to deliver a more engaging and thought-provoking visitor experience across the two days than in previous years. CIPD chief executive Peter Cheese has confidence that it will be “the ultimate celebration of people in the workplace, focusing on what makes us unique and the vital components that will drive a future of work that is truly human”.