'HR really needs to get in front of what’s happening now as well as prepare people for future growth,' says one HR Tech speaker.
AI and big data are opportunities for HR to enhance the employee experience, particularly in areas of DEI.
COVID and social justice have accelerated a new digital mindset in the world of work.
Among the dozens of sessions, attendees will hear how technology can help HR with D&I and new data about pandemic-related resilience and engagement.
The Top HR Products keynote provides a quick look at some of the most innovative HR tools available right now.
Despite the pandemic, innovation hasn’t stopped, purpose has grown in importance, and talent and skills are more important than ever, conference attendees heard.
An HR Tech roundtable led by iCIMS highlighted the opportunities the pandemic has presented for HR.
HR Tech panelists say digitization, agility, inclusion, skills and enabling employees are all key to succeeding in the pandemic and beyond.
Such tools can help employers shift workplace priorities and find employees to help with other work, HR Tech speakers said.
HR Tech keynote Stacia Garr delves into research on purpose, human resources, technology and, ultimately, business success.
Content sessions at the HR Technology Conference will cover a range of topics from on-demand pay to how HR can support purpose in workplaces.
Honorees at HRE’s virtual Executive of the Year ceremony were quick to recognize all HR leaders serving as vital voices during a tumultuous year.
The ongoing pandemic is negatively affecting women in the workforce, but it doesn't have to be that way.
HR Tech keynoter Jason Averbook says this year’s crises can ultimately present opportunities.
Women are more likely than men to report concerns about returning to in-person work.
BRP Partners Chief Colleague Officer Erin King says today's HR lessons translate beyond the professional world.
It pays to care for workers. And we all need it now more than ever.
Before her HR Tech keynote, Tolbert spoke with HRE about HR's role in advancing D&I.
Resilience, among both HR leaders and employees, has never been more important, says the author and consultant.