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 are some of my favorites so far.
If you are an HR tech marketer here's an important stat you need to know.
— jasonaverbook (@jasonaverbook) September 11, 2018
Laurie Reuttimann speaks the truth.
Purpose of life isn’t to work—it’s to have meaningful relationships and be useful to other people. When I hear people talking about how companies and technology can lead the way, I think, you fools, only you can lead the way. #HRtechConf
— Laurie Ruettimann (@lruettimann) September 11, 2018
It's the year of the woman. Let's hope it continues to build momentum.
Half the potential workforce is women.
As organizations, if we aren't taking heroic steps to value & bring women into our organizations, we're not going to be able to engage the workforce we'll need to be competitive in the future. - @JosieSutcliffe#HRTechConf #WomenInHRTech
— Jennifer McClure (@JenniferMcClure) September 11, 2018
As a mad scientist I love this idea for an HR Lab!
— TheHRX (@The_HRX) September 13, 2018
We need to make the candidate experience more human.
“Job hunting in the age of AI is grim and dehumanizing.”
— Katrina Kibben (@KatrinaKibben) September 12, 2018
The future of jobs are not yet written.
"The careers that everyone in this room have didn't even exist when we were in college." @randizuckerberg tells a room of #HR execs at #HRTechConf in Vegas. #TalentTransformed #futureofwork pic.twitter.com/1foD3Cy8VO
— IBM Watson Talent (@IBMWatsonTalent) September 12, 2018
HR Leaders need to change their mindset.
Candidate experience isn’t a technology, it’s a mindset. You can’t productize common sense. #HRTechConf
— Matt Charney (@mattcharney) September 12, 2018
AI is cool but its not what TA really wants.
Spending 8 hours on the floor yesterday, seems that AI is deemed an order qualifier for Vendors. Despite having AI in our solution, I’d rather talk about what the product actually does than the AI involved. In fact, let’s stop talking about AI altogether! #HRTechConf #HRTech2018
— Greg Hughes (@453Days) September 13, 2018