201 Using Augmented Reality to Offer a Differentiated Employee Experience

10:00 AM - 11:00 AM Wednesday, May 6

Best-in-class industrial companies have embraced augmented reality (AR) to help their employees do their jobs more efficiently, effectively, and safely. But AR investments don’t just improve employee performance—they can also help your organization offer a compelling employee experience that differentiates your employer brand and enables you to attract and retain top talent.

Discover how AR is helping organizations create an exciting new employee value proposition (EVP), stand out in a tight recruiting market when marketing career opportunities to the next generation of leaders, and keep employees with business-critical skills motivated, engaged, and productive even as they approach retirement. You’ll also learn how forward-thinking companies are using AR to make learning, training, and professional development opportunities more engaging and accessible, broadening their approach to upskilling and nurturing the employees they have today.

In this session, you will learn:

  • How AR is helping leading industrial companies create a more compelling employee experience
  • How to leverage augmented reality across the employee lifecycle to recruit, engage, empower, and retain the workforce your business needs to be successful today and, in the years, to come
  • How to engage and empower highly skilled employees through AR programs focused on knowledge transfer, professional development, and career progression

Sarah Reynolds

VP Marketing, AR


Sarah Reynolds is the vice president of marketing for PTC’s augmented reality business, where she explores how AR can help organizations recruit, empower, and retain top talent. A 10-year veteran of the HR market, Sarah brings a focus on HR’s strategic role in enabling digital transformation and creating best-in-class employee experiences to her work at PTC. Sarah writes and speaks widely about pay equity, diversity, and inclusion, and the intersections of bias, ethics, and technology. She has contributed to Forbes, Yahoo Finance, Institutional Investor, Business Trends, the Society for Human Resources (SHRM) blog, and has spoken at live and virtual events hosted by WorldatWork, SHRM, HR Dive, AICPA, and more.

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