Employee recognition and appreciation play pivotal roles in shaping a positive employee experience, leading to heightened job satisfaction, motivation, and retention. Recognizing this need, Simpplr has crafted an Employee Recognition add-on product to make employees feel valued and inspired.
Join Miriam Connuaghton, Simpplr’s Chief People & Experience Officer, and Julie Miller, Simpplr’s Sr. Internal Communications Manager, as they share the transformative impact recognition can have on your workplace and how Simpplr’s Employee Recognition can meet those needs.
Here’s what’s in store:
Register today to learn how to make recognition the heart of your workplace and ignite employee engagement!
Chief People & Experience Officer, Simpplr
As Chief People & Experience Officer for Simpplr, Miriam gets to work on their belief that when work is good, life is better. Simpplr, a leader in modern intranet software, is fueled by a mission to transform the work experience for billions of people around the world. Miriam gets to apply her three decades of experience in HR consulting, to shape and deliver a great employee experience at Simpplr, through forward-thinking HR and the application of Simpplr’s AI-powered technology. Miriam also helps innovate Simpplr’s solution for the HR user, leveraging her years of consulting experience supporting organizations to transform their HR service delivery, and adapt to the ever-changing world of work. Miriam has worked across a range of industries, from start-ups to Fortune 100 organizations.
Miriam was previously a partner in EY’s People Advisory practice, and a Senior Leader at Willis Towers Watson. Miriam has a MBA, with an emphasis on Organizational Behavior and HR Strategy, a MSc in Applied Geophysics, and a BSc in Physics and Geology.
Sr. Internal Communications Manager, Simpplr
With a flair for storytelling, Julie’s aptitude for creative communications meets her operations background to solve big problems in engaging ways. Today, she leads Simpplr’s global internal communications initiatives – including managing their best-in-class modern intranet – but in past lives she’s worked in film, public art, B2B SaaS and marketing. Julie enjoys making and building, talking shop with other practitioners, and spending time in nature. She dislikes meanies and IPAs. Connect with Julie on LinkedIn.