Cooper Gay share how it’s using technology to manage its globally dispersed workforce – and you’re invited!

If you’re a senior HR or business leader looking to network with your peers then our next Sage People Regatta, the gathering of an exclusive HR community, is the event for you.

After the success of our last Sage People Regatta – where we shared findings from our latest research and the opportunity to speak with Roddy Temperley, Group HR Director at SDL – we’re delighted to invite you to join the next Sage People Regatta.

Hear from Stuart Boyne, global head of HR at Cooper Gay, Swett and Crawford – one of the world’s largest wholesale and reinsurance broking groups – about how the company’s looking to use technology to manage and engage its globally dispersed workforce. Speakers also include Sage People’s CEO, Adam Hale – and there will be live demonstrations of the brand new Workforce eXperience version of our global cloud HRMS.

Date: 11th February 2015
Time: 8.30am – 10.30am
Location: Cooper Gay, NMB House, 17 Bevis Marks, London EC3A 7LN

Refreshments: breakfast

The Sage People Regatta is dedicated to growing an engaged networking community that operates both online and in person, with a series of events exclusively for HR leaders. The main purpose is providing an outlet to discuss the opportunities and challenges of implementing global HR solutions on a local scale, a topic we know to be at the top of most HR leader’s agendas.

To find out more about our Regatta why not read the highlights from our inaugural event where we got to hear from SDL about why it turned to the cloud as a service to link more than 3,000 employees in locations across 38 countries.

And, before the event why not take our ‘One minute modern workforce’ survey. This survey seeks to help the industry understand the changing role of people management in global organizations today; from traditional HR functions to workforce experience management. 

So don’t delay, register for the next Regatta – we look forward to welcoming you.

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