I love unique colors and, while I am the queen of a boring black/white wardrobe, I have always admired people who wear bright and unique colors, especially at work.
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.
Event Agenda Celebrates Conference’s 20th Anniversary Featuring Incredible Lineup of HR Technology Leaders and Industry Experts
Battle of the Brands: HR Agility vs. The Employee Experience
Former Google SVP of HR and Best-Selling Author Laszlo Bock to Deliver Keynote at 20th Annual HR Technology Conference and Exposition®
The 17th HR Technology Conference & Expo recently drew to a close. It was my third trip across the pond for this event and, as with the previous two, I left the event buzzing, hopeful and full of ideas. Whilst many topics and specialisms are dissected, debated and discussed there are often general themes that emerge. The great thing about being part of a multi-national, multi-talented blog squad is that we all find slightly different perspectives and themes from what we hear. Hopefully attendees are also able to take away a range of insights to help them in the day job.
Karen Minicozzi, vice president, HCM product strategy, EMEA at Workday shares her thoughts on HR Tech selection and adoption, the employee experience and what's next for HR Tech.
Engagement Strategist, Organizational Culturalist, and Behavioral Economist David Kovacovich shares his perspective on how technology is impacting the HR profession today — and his predictions for the future.
Human Resource Executive® magazine, the premier publication focused on strategic issues in HR, today announced a record number of exhibitors participating in the 19th Annual HR Technology Conference & Exposition®. The event, taking place October 4 – 7, 2016 at McCormick Place in Chicago, will feature more than 400 companies exhibiting and discussing their solutions and services on the Exposition floor, including 40 of the most promising new startups to enter the market.