Join Survale at the 2022 HR Technology Conference and Exposition

2022 HR Technology Conference & Exposition

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Survale is pleased to exhibit at the 2022 HR Technology Conference and Exposition,  September 13 – 15, 2022 at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas.

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Attendees can visit booth 2129 and talk with Survale product experts, clients, partners and more. We’ll be excited to discuss the Survale Talent Feedback Platform’s new features, Conversational Text Surveys and Talent Impact Dashboards.

Conversational Text Surveys further unlock the power of mobile devices to gather feedback by enabling candidates and employees to complete surveys entirely in their preferred messaging app in a conversational manner.

Talent Impact Dashboards take all the feedback for a given program (candidate experience, onboarding, learning, etc.) and use AI to do a first level analysis resulting in a rank order prioritization of the top issues affecting talent sentiment, including top comments related to the issue.

Much more to come on these two features when Survale formally announces them during the conference.

To register for The 2022 HR Technology Conference and Exposition, click here. And don’t forget to join us at booth #2129.

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