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Benify to Headline at HR Tech World Congress in Paris, October 25th and 26th

Press Release   •   Oct 03, 2016 11:06 GMT

The Future of Work, according to Benify, harnesses technology for enhanced personalization and employee outreach.

Benify is set to exhibit at this year's HR Tech conference to be held in Paris on October 25th and 26th. The event draws several thousand participants and has as its theme: The Future of Work. The event programming is filled with opportunities to explore how technology makes working more fun, more efficient, and more rewarding for both HR departments and the employees they lead.

Conference participants can stop by or pre-book a meeting to learn more about Benify's innovative technology which empowers employee engagement, employer branding, and benefit enrollment strategies. The Future of Work, according to Benify, harnesses technology for enhanced personalization and employee outreach, making total reward transparent and management of compensation and benefits available anytime and anywhere. Moreover, Benify's technology can be used to increase knowledge and appreciation of the employment offer. Benify's recent Compensation Gap study reveals that as many as 80% of employees underestimate the value of their employment packages.

During the second day of the HR Tech conference, Benify's customer Coca-Cola Enterprises will be discussing how they manage compensation, benefits, and employee communications, including use of the Benify technology. The presentation is planned for Wednesday at Saille Maillot, Level 2 from 12:05-12:25pm.

Benify is a fast-growing HR tech leader helping companies around the world build a strong employer brand. Though its cloud based total compensation and benefits portal, Benify makes it Great at Work for 900,000+ employees worldwide, helping them see and appreciate the true value of their total reward. The result: increased engagement, higher satisfaction, easier recruitment. Headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden, Benify has been empowering human resource strategies since 2004.

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