Top HR Products of the Year is now open for entries

Today’s revolutionary hybrid work model has not only changed the way we work, but it has also been the engine for real and useful innovations in the HR technology arena. From collaboration and employee experience tools to learning and development and DEIB solutions, there is no end to the innovation that has led to best-in-class products and services for the forward-thinking HR leader. 

With this in mind, Human Resource Executive® and the HR Technology Conference & Exposition have joined forces again this year to showcase and highlight new and innovative solutions via the annual Top HR Products of the Year competition.

To be eligible, these HR tools must have been developed within the last year and be generally available by September 2022. Submissions will be judged on the solutions’ innovation in the HR tech space, with particular attention to how the tools are breaking new ground and delivering real results.

Related: For inspiration, check out the 2021 Top HR Products of the Year here.

Solution providers can submit their applications through the HR Tech Conference website, along with a non-refundable entry fee of $99. A panel of experts assembled by HRE and conference organizers will select 30 to 50 leading entries to provide live demonstrations for the judges. From there, they will narrow the submissions to the Top HR Products of the Year for 2022. The solutions will be recognized on the site and during the 2022 HR Technology Conference, which will be held Sept. 13-16 at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas.

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The deadline for Top HR Products submissions has been extended to May 20. Providers that move on to the demonstration phase of the judging process will be notified in June.

Submit your Best in HR Technology solution today. 

For more information about the 2022 HR Technology Conference & Exposition, click here.

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.