When the world went virtual, some HR departments failed to stand up to the gargantuan tech challenges needed to drive HR success. Even those companies who managed to mobilize HR tech to meet the demands at the start of the pandemic may now be seeking tools and strategies to grow and prosper in an uber-competitive hiring landscape.
Whether you are looking to optimize use of current HR systems or seeking the latest tools, the HR Leadership Forum: Tech Check 2022 on October 6, 2022 will give you the insight you need to make better HR system and management decisions.
From understanding which tools and processes will support your business now and in the future to proven ways to assure that your workplace continues to be data-driven and innovative, you will learn:
Data privacy and security are a constant concern for HR executives. The handling of employee and workforce data in a secure manner is crucial and staying abreast of the rapidly evolving legal and regulatory landscape grows more and more challenging.
From hybrid work concerns to new data analytical tools powering business growth, the handling of employee data is fast becoming a complex, compliance nightmare!
Attend this session to learn the latest on:
Managing Partner, Privacy and Data Security
The world and the job landscape are changing. Technology and talent are driving significant changes in both work and the workforce. In today’s fast paced world, employees moving frequently and fluidly between roles, industries, locations and careers is the “new normal”. Employees want to make connections that span fields and disciplines, creating a personalized career plan.
Technology has enabled organizations to rapidly innovate and transform. This digital transformation combined with adoption of new tools like AI, has created the opportunity for limitless potential in career growth.
Talent can now tell their career story with skills allowing organizations to hire for potential. The future of work relies on creating a culture of mobility where organizations can leverage the talent they have today to solve their business challenges tomorrow.
Attend this session to learn:
Head of Product Strategy & GM, Beamery Grow
Connected employees are engaged employees! Today’s hybrid workplaces have altered employee experiences and it has never been more crucial that HR executives understand and design those experiences to be equitable, inclusive, and fair.
Assuring that your employees feel connected and included leads to improved talent retention, attraction, and healthy company culture.
Attend this panel discussion to hear how top companies are implementing strategies, technology, and processes to improve the employee experience.
You will also learn:
Employee Experience Leader
Senior Director, Product Marketing
Chief People Officer
The employee experience is constantly evolving, driven in part by external factors that impact all industries, as well as changes within individual sectors.
In order to understand the true state of employee engagement within your organization, it’s essential to benchmark different aspects of the employee experience against companies with a similar demographic.
During this session, Senior Business Psychologist, Deborah Kuness, will review the key findings from Workday’s latest “State of Engagement 2022” report and detail strategies for:
Senior Business Psychologist
Artificial intelligence (AI) is reshaping future skills needs, and causing HR leaders to carefully consider whether upskilling, reskilling, or hiring is the best solution for closing workforce skills gaps in today’s high-performance work culture.
AI is making an impact and it’s here to stay! AI-powered tech stacks are already helping HR teams with everything from performing candidate assessments to reducing human bias in hiring and career pathing. HR leaders are using AI-powered tech to drive retention and re-invent talent operations, career development, and talent acquisition — all of which are vitally important to creating high-performance teams and cultures.
Attend this session to learn how to leverage AI-powered HR analytics and tech stacks to:
Sr. Manager, Product Marketing
Do your company’s total rewards and employee wellness programs meet employee needs? Total Rewards is a combination of benefits, compensation and rewards and along with wellness iniitaives are powerful tools for workforce hiring, employee retention and a healthy culture.
With today’s increased focus on engagement and retention, employers must implement cutting-edge solutions to adapt their benefits experience to today’s employee needs.
Attend this panel session to learn:
Executive Director of Content & Production
Senior Director, Work & Rewards
Director, HR Compensation and Benefits
Director, Human Resources
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