Each year HR Technology Conference Virtual features timely keynotes, dozens of impactful sessions, in-depth product demos and an online Expo showcasing top HR technology providers. We’re currently developing our next agenda and will post details once available.
The HR technology market continues to change. As the economy slows and companies deal with hybrid work at scale, a new range of tools and technologies have emerged. Skills, well-being and employee engagement remain more important than ever, and AI-based systems for talent intelligence, internal mobility and training are growing. Join Josh Bersin as he details his newest research on the HR tech market and what to expect and look for in the year ahead.
Turbulent times aren’t a signal to stand down from starting or advancing DEIB programs. In fact, quite the opposite. Dr. Denise Caleb will express how leaning into the fruitful work of DEIB results in high performance work cultures that are more resilient. She’ll share lessons learned from her lifelong research and work experience – complete with its unique set of intersections as a Black C-suite executive, Army spouse, mother of three, caregiver and advocate for her neurodiverse son on the autism spectrum. You’ll hear her recommendations for continual organizational readiness, especially as she discusses the role of technology to streamline, leverage and optimize systems.
Founded in 1887, Manulife has 155 years of experience in the financial industry, but its rich history doesn’t hold it back from being innovative. In this keynote, you’ll learn how Manulife is continually focused on becoming more agile, future proofing its job fit profiles, optimizing hiring processes and improving retention. Join this spirited discussion between an HR tech industry leading analyst and Manulife’s people analytics expert about how data can help benchmark high-performing talent indicators, inform when to upskill technical talent and remove bias when identifying potential for career growth. Specific focus will be on one of the toughest areas to source, recruit and retain: technical talent.
Corporate restructuring, whether conducted through a sale, buyout, IPO, carve-out or spin-off, are increasingly popular tools for businesses to boost balance sheets and deliver shareholder value. However, the first thing most people think about when their company announces a restructuring, is change. Inevitably, there will be change at some level for all employees of each of the companies involved. Companies that are most successful in leading change do so by focusing on the employee experience. Shari Yocum will lay out a road map for navigating change and offer guidance on leadership, technologies and other key integration processes that drive a smooth and successful transition for employees and companies involved, to ultimately ensure the value of a deal over time.
Oracle. SAP. Workday. It is easy to forget that these companies were startups at one time. In 2021, a whopping $17 billion of venture capital was deployed into HR tech startups. Disruptive innovation – the kind that will fundamentally change how work is done – often comes from these up-and-comers whose fresh ways address old and new challenges. Yet, for the startups themselves, working with corporations can be daunting. Thomas Otter will detail the crucial role HR tech startups play in propelling the HR tech function and provide tips on how your organization can gain competitive advantages by selecting and effectively implementing solutions from early-stage providers.
A No. 1 international best-selling author, three-time head of HR and inspiring HR tech innovator, Larry McAlister will walk you through a proven four-step talent strategy ecosystem designed to create workplaces where employees can learn, grow and care. By embracing hybrid and leading with cutting-edge AI/tech-enabled strategies, Larry believes the future of work involves an enterprise-wide mindset and enablement strategies for all: talent, senior management and staff worldwide. You’ll also learn how integrating various data and outputs from your technology choices can help shape your planning and drive optimal results for years to come.
HRIS platforms have been maturing for decades. So why do they collectively have a Net Promoter Score of - 47? Yikes! i4cp, in partnership with Human Resource Executive, recently surveyed more than 400 HR tech buyers to better understand which systems are used most often today and identify their biggest strengths and weaknesses. In this session, you'll hear the key takeaways from the study and discover how organizations are really using these platforms.
2023 is going to be a year where change is constant. Whether small – like changing a process or adjusting a journey to be more human-centric – or something massive like changing the way work works inside an enterprise, 2023 is going to be a year of change and change will be your strategy, not your enemy. Jason Averbook will guide you from a project-centric state of doing digital to a transformative state of being digital including how to shift your mindset to transformation. He’ll detail what you truly need to understand and what your portfolio of technology solutions needs to look like to optimize your design … and make change not a one-time thing but an ongoing way of being.