As long as HR technology keeps evolving, organizations need to evolve with it or risk falling behind and losing their competitive edge. Bringing your whole team to HR Tech will set the stage to successfully leverage HR technology in your organization.
The twitter stream four the conference this year is always chock full of interesting views and tactics. I try and jeep any eye on it daily to see whats happening. If you aren't able to attend, the hashtag #HRtechConf is an excellent way of being there virtually.
Here at the HR Technology Conference, the first half of the first day was dedicated to the Women in HR Technology conference. First of all, I greatly appreciate the fact that the role of women in technology was highlighted - not just from an end-user perspective, but from the leadership in creating and driving the innovation of the technology. I also appreciated seeing so many men attending sessions. Highlighting women doesn’t mean exclusion of men - it means raising everyone’s awareness, and it takes all of us to be more inclusive.
A few months ago, I was getting ready for a talk on legal issues in HR technology for a group of employment lawyers when my co-presenter mentioned something about ‘maintaining the cloak of deniability’.
This week, thousands of people are descending upon Las Vegas for the 2018 HR Technology Conference. It's a remarkably large conference that explores all aspects of how technology impacts business and people. You might think it's just about product demos (and those will be there), but there's so much more.
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Well it's almost here.
Another year has past since we last left Las Vegas when words like "A.I." and "chatbots" rang repeatedly from the lips of many HR tech vendors. So what will this year bring?
Cecile Alper-Leroux is the VP of Human Capital Management (HCM) Innovation at Ultimate Software and an internationally sought speaker, thought leader, and visionary on HCM trends, hot topics, and global strategies. An economic anthropologist with more than 20 years of experience worldwide, Cecile has dedicated her life to helping companies design experiences that enable all people to achieve highly purposeful and productive jobs. She is passionate about the extraordinary transformation of the work environment and the vastly more human-centered ways of building meaningful careers. A recognized voice in the HCM industry, Cecile has been featured in Forbes, HuffPost, HR Magazine, HRD Canada TV, and The Wall Street Journal.