Save the date for the 2022 HR Tech Virtual Conference

Hot on the heels of the 2021 HR Tech Conference two weeks ago in Las Vegas, HRE this week announced the HR Tech Virtual Conference, set to take place online March 1-4, 2022.

The virtual event will feature more than 55 hours of online sessions that examine the latest HR technology trends and best practices and explore case studies and actionable applications of how HR technology can support today’s new work reality. The event will also feature two keynote speeches each day; stay tuned for announcements on this year’s keynoters.

HR Tech Virtual Conference Chair Jeanne Achille
HR Tech Virtual Conference Chair Jeanne Achille

“Defining & Driving a Culture of Purpose” is the theme of the 2022 HR Tech Virtual Conference, according to Jeanne Achille, founder & CEO of The Devon Group and the conference chair.

“Under this theme, we’ll look at the employee experience, employee engagement and leadership. With the pandemic having disrupted traditional work models, HR technology has become more important than ever in supporting culture, community and performance,” says Achille.

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Event attendees can visit virtual booths from more than 100 vendors to watch demos, review product materials and set up video appointments to engage with product experts. Plus, visitors can browse and choose from exhibitor swag and enter raffles for prizes.

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Attendees can also earn credits to help maintain their professional certifications just by attending. Last year’s attendees earned 8.75 HRCI and SHRM credits as well as 11 HRIP credits. And best of all, the conference is free, which means the credits are as well.

Registration is free but required in advance. Mark your calendars!

Phil Albinus
Phil Albinus
Phil Albinus is the former HR Tech Editor for HRE. He has been covering personal and business technology for 25 years and has served as editor and executive editor for a number of financial services, trading technology and employee benefits titles. He is a graduate of SUNY New Paltz and lives in the Hudson Valley with his audiologist wife and three adult children.