About the Summit

In a digital world with increasing transparency and the growing influence of Millennials, employees expect a productive, engaging, enjoyable work experience. Rather than focus narrowly on employee engagement and culture, organizations are developing an integrated experience, bringing together all the workplace, HR, and management practices that impact people on the job.

For the next generation coming into the workplace, what are they going to expect? Acquiesce with the principles of the digital nomad trend, and embrace meaningful, collaborative job environments, great ideas generation in a healthy workplace environment?

To meet this great challenge, Clariden Global is pleased to bring together a selected group of leading HR executives and thinkers for our 2nd Employee Experience Summit + Next Generation Workplace Site Tour on 26 – 28 June 2019 in Melbourne. Throughout the 2 days of thought leadership content-filled event, there will be plenty of opportunities for networking and experience sharing. You can maximize your summit experience by attending the keynote sessions, panel discussions, interactive roundtables and site tours with insightful case studies of successful HR programs providing actionable takeaways to bring back to the office. Your organization could be the next expert designing the greatest employee experience journey to foster efficiency, engagement, and empowerment in your workplace!  You will also learn on how to leverage analytics and engagement technology techniques that will impact your corporate structure, employee-employer engagement and organizational culture.

Key Themes

  • Case Studies of Australia’s Top Experiential Employee Experience Organizations
  • Investing in Key Employee Touchpoints With Greatest Impact on Employee Experience
  • Case Study: How PACCAR Uses HR Data to Personalize Employee Experience
  • Employee Experience Journey Mapping
  • How Physical Workspace Design Can Influence Employee Experience
  • Creating Compelling Experience With Human Centered Design Thinking
  • Using Sentiment Analysis and Employee Voice to Improve Employee Experience
  • Identifying Moments that Matter to Create Compelling Employee Experience
  • Designing Unique Employee Experience for the Millennial
  • How Employee Experience Can Be Continuously Measured
  • Technologies that Enhances Employee Experience: HR Chatbots, Advanced Analytics and Automation
  • Using People Analytics to Design, Measure, and Evaluate Employee Experience

2017 & 2018 Testimonials

Some fantastic speakers with thought provoking and valuable content topics. Getting to meet other HR practitioners and discussing their analytics journeys.” – Nestle

1) Inspiring and comforting – shared hurdles and success stories 2) Caliber of most of the speakers – truly impressed 3) The speakers who included relatable case studies and key take-outs.” – Safework NSW

There was a wealth of knowledge in the room and I wish I had more of an opportunity to network with other conference participants.” – Australia Post

“Some great reinforcements that we’re on the right track, and I learned a lot about areas that we can improve upon. Always good to get some great ideas so that we don’t reinvent wheels and it was great to connect with people and hear about what’s happening in their organisations.” –  City of Charles Sturt

“Gaining an understanding on where other business are in their journeys with HR Metrics/Analytics and the similar issues that they face.”BHP Billiton


Past Conferences Delegate List

Our HR Analytics and Employee Experience Conferences in Australia and Singapore have garnered HR professionals from the following leading companies:

  • Access Group Australia
  • Akzo Nobel
  • Aon Australia
  • Australian Government Department of Employment
  • BHP Billiton
  • British American Tobacco
  • Chamber of Commerce and Industry of WA
  • City of Gold Coast
  • Commonwealth Bank
  • Deakin University – Human Resources
  • Department of Health
  • Department of Justice
  • Downer Group
  • Estee Lauder Companies
  • Horticulture Innovation Australia
  • IKEA
  • Johnson & Johnson
  • Kaplan Australia
  • L’oreal
  • Macquarie University
  • Mizuho Bank
  • NSW Trains
  • Origin Energy
  • Public Transport Authority of Western Australia
  • Rio Tinto
  • SafeWork NSW
  • Thales Australia
  • University of Melbourne
  • Victoria University
  • WorkSafe Victoria