More Than Just Bots: Looking at the Future of Work at HR Tech
The future is already here, you just need to know where to look.
At the upcoming HR Tech Conference and Expo, industry experts will be presenting their visions of what the workforce — and the workplace — will look like in just a few short months and years. Below are just three sessions that will whet your appetite for what’s to come when it comes to work.
Where do you see yourself in 5 years? 2 years? That used to be a common interview question. The average work tenure is now less than 5 years. What can you do as an employer to recognize this shift, and keep your quality people longer? Today’s talent is mobile — can you keep them mobile within your own organization? Can you reimagine your workforce to where it will be in 5 years, or even 2 years? New markets, new jobs, new ways to find jobs, having multiple jobs — what technology do you need to enable that? Chris Leone, senior vice president of Oracle Applications Development, will help you figure out how you can create your tomorrow, today.
In the future, workplace and consumer experiences will be indistinguishable in the eyes of your employees. In this employee-centric revolution, HR will evolve itself into a role designed around creating and curating experiences to keep employees delighted and productive, anytime, anywhere. Welcome to a day in the life of the next-generation workforce! Come explore futuristic use cases with ServiceNow’s Senior Product Marketing Manager for HR Nin Sandhu, such as new hire, travel related and team swarming experiences.
The HR industry has taken giant leaps forward with technology that enables businesses to completely transform how they manage and engage their workforces. We’ve seen remarkable innovation in the past few years, but the question remains: “What’s the next big technology that will revolutionize the industry altogether?” R&D Heads from Cornerstone Labs Ralf Geiser and Greg Haga will highlight some of the technology trends they see on the horizon (hint: it’s more than just buzzwords like AI, bots and automation) and share a sneak peek into some of the early-stage technologies they’re developing that could lead to major Human Capital Management advancements in the future.