What’s coming up at HR Tech on day two?

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.
By: | October 27, 2020 • 2 min read

Sessions on the second day of the virtual HR Technology Conference & Exposition will kick off with a powerful, research-based discussion of purpose, when keynoter Stacia Garr delves into the role and benefits of purpose in business, in HR and how HR technology can support purpose in the workplace.

The day will conclude with a detailed look at award-winning HR tools that just might help with that work. The Top HR Products keynote features demonstrations of seven of the 16 winners for 2020.

John Boudreau

In between are dozens of sessions, including one mega session diving into the changing world, the future of work, skills, digital acceleration and more. Attendees will hear from senior research scientist John Boudreau of USC’s Marshall School of Business along with Karen Caveney, chief HR technologist at Dell Technologies, and Greg Pryor, senior vice president of people and performance at Workday.

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The core sessions are “IMAGINE: The Future of Talent Acquisition” with Jobvite CEO Aman Brar and three guests; a discussion of “Agility in Action” with Delta’s Myria Peek and Avature’s Bill Cleary; a conversation about on-demand pay with a panel of speakers including Jim Kramer, vice president of people operations at Shamrock Foods, Cheryl McCann of Metz Culinary Management and Jeanniey Walden of DailyPay; and a discussion about “Self-Service: The Secret to Unleashing Efficiency, Productivity and Engagement” with Tom Hammond of Paychex.

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The HR Tech Conference will feature free, virtual content through Oct. 30. There is still time to register. For more information, click HERE.

Elizabeth Clarke is executive editor of Human Resource Executive. She earned a journalism degree from the University of Florida and then spent more than 25 years as a reporter and editor in South Florida before joining HRE. Elizabeth lives with her family in Palm Beach County. She can be reached at eclarke@lrp.com.