HR Tech Talk | Not Just Having a Seat But A Voice at the C Table

Jul 30, 2018 12:37:19 PM / by HR Tech posted in Employee Experience, future hr tech, Company culture, data, diversity, employee engagement, HR, hr tech, HR Tech 2018, HR Technology, HR Technology Conference, HR practitioner, HR Tech Conference

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The nature of HR has evolved to a strategic function equally as important as any other function of the business. Your role in attracting, developing and enabling talent is pivotal to the success of your organization. Join Lisa Sterling as she shares her insights on how to bring people and HR to the forefront of your organization and drive the strategy of your business. Attend this presentation to discover:

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HR Tech Talk | 2025: Overcoming the Great Talent Drought

Jul 19, 2018 5:29:41 PM / by HR Tech posted in candidate experience, future hr tech, HR, HR innovation, hr tech, HR Tech 2018, HR Tech Talk, HR Technology Conference, talent, Talent Acquisition, Talent Management, HR practitioner, HR Tech Conference

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Curious about a future fully catered to the candidate?

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HR Practitioners’ Relationship With HR Technology – “It’s Complicated”

Jul 16, 2018 10:41:22 AM / by Jennifer Payne posted in technology, future hr tech, HR, HR innovation, HR Practitioners’ Relationship With HR Technology, hr tech, HR Tech 2018, HR Technology, HR Technology Conference, HR practitioner, HR Tech Conference

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For those who work in or regularly interact within the HR technology space, it may be tempting to assume that all HR practitioners are well-versed in and understand both the value and limits of workplace technology.  That in the year 2018, when we all interact with all sorts of technology platforms in our daily lives outside of work, that we would all be fluent in technology inside the workplace, and that the importance of embracing how technology can transform the workplace as we move toward the future, balanced with a keen understanding of and respect for what it can and cannot do would be top of mind for all HR professionals.

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AI, Algorithms and Who Owns the Outcome

Jul 9, 2018 11:49:40 AM / by HR Tech posted in future hr tech, artificial intelligence, data, emerging HR Technology, HR, hr tech, HR Tech 2018, Machine Learning, HR practitioner

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By John Sumser, Principal Analyst at HRExaminer 

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Taking Predictive Analytics a Step Further

Jul 9, 2018 11:44:43 AM / by HR Tech posted in future hr tech, AI, artificial intelligence, data, Disruption, emerging HR Technology, HR, hr tech, HR Tech 2018, HR practitioner, HR Tech Conference

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By John Sumser, Principal Analyst at HRExaminer 

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Demystifying AI

Jun 26, 2018 1:44:22 PM / by HR Tech posted in future hr tech, AI, artificial intelligence, HR, hr tech, HR Tech 2018, innovation, Women in HR Technology, HR Tech Conference

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By John Sumser, Principal Analyst at HRExaminer 

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Capturing the Cloud: Service Overtakes Features

Jun 19, 2018 2:59:19 PM / by HR Tech posted in technology, future hr tech, artificial intelligence, data, HR, HR innovation, hr tech, HR Tech 2018, HR Technology, HR Technology Conference, technology conference, HCM, HR practitioner, HR Tech Conference

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By Dr. Katherine Jones

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HR Tech Ideas & Innovators: Jacki Bassani

May 15, 2018 11:28:03 AM / by HR Tech posted in future hr tech, HR innovation, hr tech, HR Tech 2018, innovation, HR practitioner, HR Tech Conference

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8tPkS0NDXhw&feature=youtu.be

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Technology Is a Tool, Not the Answer

May 14, 2018 3:22:34 PM / by Heather Bussing posted in technology, future hr tech, AI, artificial intelligence, awesome new tech, Company culture, HR, hr tech, HR Tech 2018, recruiting technology, technology conference, HR Tech Conference

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by Heather Bussing

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HR Tech Conference Announces 2018 Women in HR Tech Chair; Opens Call for Presentations

Jan 18, 2018 11:50:03 AM / by HR Tech posted in future hr tech, hr tech, Women in HR Technology, Great HR Technology, HR Tech Conference

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HORSHAM, Pa., Jan. 18, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The award-winning HR Technology Conference & Exposition®, indisputably the world’s largest event dedicated to HR technology, today announced the call for presentations for its Women in HR Tech Summit. The Summit will be held on the first day of the Annual HR Technology Conference & Exposition®, which takes place September 11 – 14, 2018 at The Venetian in Las Vegas.

HR technology expert Jeanne Achille has been named Chair of the 2018 Women in HR Tech event. A successful woman entrepreneur, she is best known for founding and leading The Devon Group, a technology PR and marketing firm. In this capacity, she has promoted hundreds of new HR products and services, worked with the investment community on new ventures and provided leadership counsel to entrepreneurs and executives. Earlier in her career, she launched the first PC-based HRMS, designed applicant tracking and matching systems and led the initial integration of HRMS and payroll on a single platform.

Achille shared, “In today’s global setting, HR technology goes well beyond regulatory compliance and the automation of complex business processes. It truly creates sea change for employers and their employees, making it among the most pervasive and important business investments. I’m excited to propel our Women in HR Tech event to the next level, especially during this time of futuristic technology advancements and focus on workforce diversity.”

President of LRP Conferences and LRP Publications, producers of the HR Technology Conference and publishers of Human Resource Executive® magazine, Kenneth Kahn, commented, “The HR Technology Conference has built a reputation as the best place to seek knowledge on technology and its impact on the workplace. The event’s goal is to continuously innovate and provide unsurpassed value for attendees. Jeanne’s deep understanding of the industry and years of experience will ensure Women in HR Tech’s programming meets the evolving needs of our attendees from more than 39 countries. We look forward to her contributions.”

The Women in HR Tech call for presentations is currently open. It closes on February 9, 2018. CHROs and HR professionals – as well as industry thought leaders – who are interested in being keynote or session speakers are encouraged to submit their credentials for consideration. The online form can be accessed at http://bit.ly/WomeninHRTech.

About the HR Technology Conference & Exposition®

Founded in 1997, the HR Technology Conference is the world’s leading event on HR technology covering all the latest trends — Talent Acquisition, Employee Engagement, Diversity & Inclusion, Big Data and more! From strategy and selection to post-implementation, HR Tech is a pivotal stop for all organizations on their HR journey. Featuring more than 70 presentations delivered by senior executives from leading organizations, HR Tech never sells speaking slots, resulting in a high-caliber learning experience with real-world lessons and practical takeaways. HR Tech annually attracts industry experts, thought leaders, software vendors, senior HR executives, HR generalists, HR systems leaders, IT innovators and more. The show is also home to the annual Women in HR Technology Summit, which empowers women within HR and HR technology to grow personally and professionally. Additionally, HR Tech Conference hosts the world’s largest Expo of HR technology products and services — a number of vendors even choose to announce their latest products for the first time at the conference. There is no better place to touch, compare and contrast the latest solutions from leading vendors in every category, as well as start-ups. For more information, visit www.HRTechConference.com.

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