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Don't miss the mark on mobile HR

Despite the growing popularity of mobile HR technology in the workplace, recent research has found a majority of employees have doubts about their employer’s ability to manage their mobile security and privacy.

This survey also found the desire for privacy was consistent across all age groups, despite the younger generation of digital natives living out much of their private lives on social media.

Additionally, 49% of employees said the ability to access company emails and work applications outside of office hours is an imposition on their time – despite them wanting flexible work practices, such as being able to use their own devices for work.

With the demand for flexibility and concerns about privacy colliding, it's clear HR need to work to ensure they get their mobile technology right.

Mobile HR is a key topic that will be thoroughly debated at the HR Tech Interactive 2014 through a themed roundtable discussion and within a speaker panel exploring the rise and importance of the mobile device in HR.

Join us and hear HR experts from Autodesk, MasterCard, Pitney Bowes and Ramco as they break down the key concerns of mobile technology and share their experience and insight.

HR Tech Interactive 2014 will be held on November 21 at the Pan Pacific Hotel in Singapore.

Places at this event are limited to 100 seats, so don’t hesitate - register today!

To receive the conference agenda, please click here. The full list of confirmed speakers can be viewed on this page.

If you have any enquiries, please contact Carlo Reston at +65 6423 0329 or

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