HR Open Standards 2019
Join us in Washington D.C. to discover HR technology trends in 2019 and how HR Integrations in Government and Business provide your organization the best competitive advantage in an ever-evolving market. Sessions include trending keynotes, real-world implementation case studies, hands-on development workgroups, and more. The HR Open annual conference brings together technology providers, HR professionals, and global standards advocates to promote awareness and adoption of the consortium’s HR data exchange standards.
- Non-Member: $695 USD
- General Member: $395 USD
- Student: $99
HR Open Standards Consortium is recognized by SHRM to offer Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for the SHRM-CPSM or SHRM-SCPSM. This program is valid for up to 9 PDCs for the SHRM-CPSM or SHRM-SCPSM. For more information about certification or recertification, please visit www.shrmcertification.org.
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Technology Trends in Human Capital Management HCM
Jim Jensen, SVP | Ceridian
Staying on top of technology trends isn’t simply good to do, it’s critical to your work in driving your organization and people strategies forward. How will you help your workforce adapt to changing roles and functions brought about by technology? Perhaps more importantly, how will you leverage technology to transform the role of human resources and workforce management practices in your organization?
Jim Jensen, is a well-known thought leader on the topic of digital disruption and how it’s changing the interaction between people, processes and technologies.
The Latest Trends at The Intersection of Future of Work, Technology and HR
Enrique Rubio, Founder | Hacking HR
The Fourth Industrial Revolution or Industry 4.0 is dramatically transforming the way people and business operate. What is the role of the Human Resources function as this technology-driven revolution unravels? How does HR address people operation challenges (talent management, employee experience, contingent workforce, collaboration) with technology to remain a relevant business function in times of disruption? How does HR go about its own transformation in times of disruption? What are the opportunities for HR to add increasing value using technology?
During this talk, I will address some of the most pressing challenges for HR. I will also speak about the four core values for the future of HR: putting people first, aligning people and business, becoming more agile, and leveraging technology.