SOURCE: Virgin Pulse, Inc.

Virgin Pulse

September 30, 2016 11:50 ET

Virgin Pulse Executives and Clients to Present at HR Technology Conference and Expo; Company to Unveil Latest Technology Solutions

Leading Employee Wellbeing Company to Demo and Showcase New Products that Drive Workplace Wellbeing and Employee Engagement

FRAMINGHAM, MA--(Marketwired - September 30, 2016) - Thought leaders from Virgin Pulse and Morton Salt will present at next week's HR Technology Conference in Chicago, on the critical role employee wellbeing plays in engaging employees and driving business performance. During the event, Virgin Pulse, the leading global provider of technology solutions that drive wellbeing, culture, and productivity, will also showcase its diverse product portfolio, offering live demonstrations of its newest products, Virgin Pulse Core, Virgin Pulse Global Challenge and Virgin Pulse Hub, as well as its flagship product, Virgin Pulse Engage (booth #2441).

HR leaders interested in learning how employee wellbeing is helping organizations drive real results -- from attracting and retaining top talent, to increasing employee productivity, engagement and business performance -- should attend:

  • LIFE2: A Dash Will Do It: How Morton Salt Is Using Well-Being to Reinvent Its Culture
    Wednesday, October 5, 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM
    Hear Chris Boyce, CEO of Virgin Pulse, and Matt Beliveau, CHRO at Morton Salt, discuss how building a culture focused on wellbeing is helping the 160-year old company attract and inspire its next generation of top talent while driving business outcomes that matter.

Conference-goers looking for insights on the future of HR Technology, innovation and product design should attend:

  • TECH4: Design Matters: Building the Next Generation of HR Technology
    Thursday, October 6, 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    During this session, Ron Hildebrandt, Senior Vice President of Products for Virgin Pulse, joins a panel of product strategy, design and user experience experts from SAP, Workday, Cornerstone OnDemand and Oracle, led by technology strategist Michael Krupa at InfoBox, Inc. The group will explore the future of HR Technology, with particular focus on trends, design, and functionality.

Attendees looking for the latest and greatest technology innovations are invited to visit the Virgin Pulse Innovation Corner, which will showcase leading-edge advancements in employee engagement technology. This year's demos will highlight the company's innovation in utilizing mobile and Bluetooth technology, along with devices like Amazon Echo, Beacons, and Apple TV, to transform corporate environments and cultures.

Conference attendees are invited to experience Virgin Pulse's products at booth #2441 in the HR Technology Expo Hall during the conference's opening night reception, from 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM on Tuesday, October 4th, or during exhibit hall hours from 10:00 AM to 5:30 PM on Wednesday, October 5th, and 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM on Thursday, October 6th.

To schedule a briefing or interview with one of our company executives at the conference, please email press@virginpulse.com. To learn more about Virgin Pulse and our suite of wellbeing solutions, visit www.virginpulse.com.

About Virgin Pulse
Virgin Pulse, the leading provider of technology solutions that promote employee engagement and wellbeing and part of Sir Richard Branson's Virgin Group, helps employers create workforces that are happier, healthier and ultimately more productive. The company's modern, mobile first platform delivers a personalized user experience that utilizes gamification to engage users in building habits that inspire meaningful and measurable change across individuals and the businesses they serve. By helping employees thrive at work and in all aspects of life, Virgin Pulse is helping change lives and businesses around the world for good. More than 2,500 global organizations representing many of the Fortune 500 and Best Places to Work, have selected Virgin Pulse's solutions to engage their workforces and drive their businesses forward.

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