The 2017 edition of the HR Technology Conference – the 20th annual by the way – is now about two weeks away. This annual gathering, celebration, and showcase of all things HR technology related has quickly become one of my favorite HR events of the year, one I continually look forward to. I am admittedly a conference junkie and enjoy the opportunity to immerse myself and learn a few new things regardless of the topic, but the reason HR Tech has become one of my favorite, a definite on my priority list of must attend events each year, is that it really allows me to step outside my day to day and think differently; to think bigger.
The 2017 Human Resource Executive 20th Annual HR Technology Conference takes place October 10-13 in Las Vegas. As a 2017 HR Technology Conference Insiders Blogger, I interviewed several human resources and technology experts to get their perspective on how technology and trends are impacting the HR profession.
After a full on week in Chicago for the annual HRTech conference, what better place than the west coast to reflect on what came out of Chicago for me. I’ve several inspirations for blogs which will come later in the week, but first up are my overall takeaways from what was a great event.
Tim Sacket, President of HRU Technical Resources, shares his thoughts on the HR tech that's revolutionizing the profession, advice for selection and implementation and how to use tech to attract employees.
There’s a major movement in what our conversations are about this year. More and more, AI, machine learning, and robotics are part of the HR vernacular. At the same time, more and more people are talking about bringing back the “human” into HR. We’re almost becoming as polarized as our political system, but perhaps both answers contain some amount of truth and correctness.
Ben Eubanks, principal analyst at Lighthouse Research, shares his perspective on how technology is impacting the HR profession today — and his predictions for the future.
Executive Director of Talent Tech Labs Jonathan Kestenbaum shares his perspective on how technology is impacting the HR profession today — and his predictions for the future.