Diversity, innovation to round out last day of Spring HR Tech

While it may be the last day of the virtual Spring HR Technology Conference & Exposition, it’s going to be just as packed with insights and strategies into how HR leaders are approaching their digital transformations.

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Diversity strategist Torin Ellis kicks off Friday’s events, sharing the real costs HR faces when it doesn’t prioritize DEI strategies. He will explore how employers can use tech to find and analyze the right data to connect the dots and see the big picture of their diversity efforts.

Standards for DEI advancement so far have been inadequate, Ellis says, and he will challenge HR to step up to the plate.

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In addition, while the Pitchfest start-up competition will take place at the fall HR Tech event in Las Vegas later this year (more info to come on that Monday), Friday will still feature a spotlight of innovative and emerging HR tech solutions to help employers address everything from DEI to recruiting and compliance.

Also throughout the day, attendees will find a number of demo sessions, tech talks and core sessions, including:

  • Improve Operational Efficiency with a World-Class Employee Experience: Learn how HR leaders can utilize automation to build an efficient HR operation and improve employee experience.
  • Diversity: Moments, Movements, Momentum: Learn the critical moments that helped Rocki Howard, chief diversity officer at SmartRecruiters, that shape a DEI narrative, and how she’s successfully utilizing tools to achieve diversity hiring success.
  • Career Sites, Data and DEI: How career site optimization can improve your DEI initiatives.

If you missed any of the virtual Spring HR Technology Conference & Exposition, you can watch it on-demand for free through April 16. Register here.

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Nick Otto
Nick Otto is HRE’s former senior digital editor. He is a professional communicator with more than a decade of demonstrated accomplishments in newspaper and trade publishing. He has spent the past five years covering the employee benefits space and holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Florida.