The Human Touch – #HRTechConf 2016

The 2016 HR Technology Conference has now come and gone; another year, another fantastic show.  This year’s iteration offered all that one has come to expect, and then some.  The addition of the Women in HR Technology pre-conference summit was certainly a highlight (but you can read all about that in my previous post).

The one thing I do love about this show is that it seems to continue to reinvent itself, and keeps pushing forward with new ideas and new concepts.  But at its core, it remains true to its purpose: showcasing how technology can improve the HR function, and how it will continue to shape and reshape the function into the future.  And each year, I see certain themes that seem to appear over and over again throughout the week.  Interestingly this year, at a show focused on technology, the themes I picked up on all seemed to center on humans.

 Read the full post on the HR Tech Insiders blog.

 

 

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About the Author

Jennifer Payne

Jennifer Payne, SPHR, SHRM-SCP has almost two decades of HR experience in employee relations, talent acquisition, learning & development, and employee communications, and currently works in talent management in the retail grocery industry. She is one of the co-founders of Women of HR, and is currently the Editor of the site. You can connect with her on Twitter as @JennyJensHR and on LinkedIn.

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