Paylocity to Exhibit at the 2019 SHRM Conference and Exposition

June 20, 2019

Paylocity will be exhibiting at the 2019 SHRM Conference & Exposition, where more than 18,000 HR professionals and business leaders from around the globe.

SCHAUMBURG, Ill., (June 19, 2019) — Paylocity (NASDAQ: PCTY), a cloud-based provider of payroll and human capital management (HCM) solutions, will be exhibiting at the largest workplace and HR conference next week. Hosted by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), the 2019 event will take place June 23 – 26 in Las Vegas.

Attendees will be encouraged to create their employee oasis at Paylocity’s booth (#2434) by exploring tools that help promote employee engagement and development. According to EY’s latest Belonging Barometer study, employees who feel a sense of belonging in the workplace are 3.5 times more likely to perform their best work, illustrating the importance of adopting tools that will help translate a culture of transparency and collaboration into individual and business performance outcomes.

At SHRM 2019, Paylocity will also highlight how intuitive solutions can help HR leaders create a unified experience from candidate search to hire, automate manual processes, and enhance strategic decision-making with analytics. Since HR analytics have the potential to connect culture with business outcomes, uncovering key metrics and understanding how to put the data into action is more important than ever. 

“Helping our clients succeed is our highest priority,” said Steve Beauchamp, Chief Executive Officer at Paylocity. “We understand their unique challenges and create solutions to overcome those challenges, while taking their HR strategy to the next level. At Paylocity, we use our own solutions to shape a culture of engagement, which equips us to effectively guide clients down a path toward cultural and business performance success.”

SHRM will host more than 18,000 HR professionals and business leaders from around the globe at their annual conference and exposition. According to SHRM, the conference theme Creating Better Workplaces will set the stage for exploring topics such as paid leave, workforce development, diversity and inclusion, compensation and benefits, recruiting and the job market, among others.