Survale to Exhibit Live at the 2021 HR Technology Conference

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Back to in person conferences! Survale is excited to exhibit live at booth number 1830 at the 2021 HR Technology Conference, September 28 – 30, 2021 at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center, Las Vegas. Survale will be showing its talent feedback platform and announcing several new features.

HR Technology ConferenceThe Survale team is excited to roll out Survale StartDate, a new module for managing candidate experience between offer acceptance and the first day of work. This new capability is designed to engage new hires, understand and optimize their pre-start experience, and ensure that new employees show up day one feeling appreciated and energized.

The HR Technology Conference is a perfect opportunity for Survale clients and potential clients to check out how Survale helps organizations use experiential feedback and unprecedented analytics to optimize recruiting, onboarding, quality of hire and employee experience. Organizations use Survale’s real time feedback to improve talent experience from hello to hire to retire. 

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