Are You Ready To Get Your Tech On? #HRTechConf

Although it’s still the middle of the sultry summer and it seems like the cooler days of the Fall are still a long way off, like it or not they’ll be here before we know it.  And when I think of Fall, that always brings one thing to mind….the HR Technology Conference.  This year’s show is scheduled from October 18th-21st, at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas.

As an HR practitioner who spends a great deal of my time in the trenches, dealing with the day to day challenges of balancing the needs of employees with the needs of the organization, I often get the question, “Why HR Tech?”  The perception tends to be that HR Tech is just for “systems type” folks, and to be honest, that’s what I always thought at first.  But nothing could be further from the truth, and it’s becoming even less and less so each subsequent year.

Read the full post over at the HR Tech Insiders Blog


 About the Author: Jennifer Payne, SPHR, SHRM-SCP has over 16 years of HR experience in employee relations, talent acquisition, and learning & development, and currently works in talent acquisition and development 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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About the Author

Jennifer Payne

Jennifer Payne is a 20+ year human resources leader with a focus on researching, developing, and implementing talent management programs. She is a believer in lifelong learning and self-development who strives to stay current in HR trends, technology, best practices, and the future of work by sharing knowledge with and learning from HR colleagues and thought leaders across the country and throughout the world through writing, speaking, and involvement in various industry conferences and events.  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...

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Raghunath Sabat

Thanks for the information. From 2021, the HR tech trends have been to develop new technologies to help ease the burden on HR. We saw the rise of AI in multiple fields inside the HR domain and the improved productivity that came with it.


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