Oct. 22, 2019


Robin Schooling, Peridus Group managing partner for HR People + Strategy

Technological advancements are rapidly changing workplace communication, the employee experience and organizational culture. With people expecting more from technology’s capabilities in general, employees’ expectations of on-the-job tech also increases.

As we prepare to enter a new decade, workers’ adoption of new HR technology continues to become more crucial and necessary. But in an ever-evolving workplace, how can technology promote productivity, efficiency and success?

In this episode of HR Break Room®, Robin Schooling joins us at the 2019 HR Technology Conference to discuss:

  • the biggest challenges to creating a successful user adoption strategy
  • how the employee usage of technology benefits HR and the bottom line
  • using training to communicate the benefits of technology
  • how HR technology impacts the employee experience, workplace culture and business goals
  • positioning HR as a strategic partner by successfully adopting and managing HR technology


Learn more about the cost of manual processes and a poor user adoption strategy by reading our white paper, Every Second Counts … and Costs: Why Everyone Should Use HR Tech.

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About HR Break Room

HR Break Room is a podcast from your friends working in human resources, dedicated to bringing you interesting break room conversations with experts on the hot topics of HR and HR Technology, one cup of coffee at a time. Hosted by Caleb Masters and Chelsea Justice, HR Break Room is designed to inspire you to harness the power of HR technology to empower your people and organization.

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