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Keynotes

Cloud-Based HCM
Jim Jensen, SVP | Ceridian

Jim Jensen is Senior Vice President of Global Partners & Alliances at Ceridian, responsible for leading the company’s global partnership network and supports its expansion into new markets. He joined Ceridian in June 2016, and currently manages: advisory relations, software alliances, broker relations, master business agreements, private equity and channel partners.
Prior to Ceridian, Jim held senior technology alliance, CIO and software development positions at Ultimate Software. A seasoned executive with a strong background in financial management as well as business and software development and strategic planning, Jim has presented nationally at IHRM, APA, SHRM. He’s also presented at Microsoft’s Developer Conference and other technology conferences on topics such as Software as a Service (SaaS), Technology Trends, HR Technology and Corporate Branding, Company Culture and the Changing Workforce.
Jim holds a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Southern Wesleyan University and a B.A. from Clemson University.

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.

General Sessions

Job Data Exchange & Transparency
Andrew Cunsolo, VP Product Management | Talemetry
Jason Sole, Director of Production
| Direct Employers
Jason A. Tyszko, Executive Director of the Center for Education and Workforce
| U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation

The Job Data Exchange (JDX) will help employers and their HR technology partners send better, faster, clearer signals on in-demand jobs and skills. It will support more accurate, comparable, and machine-readable data on jobs through improved data. Built with HR Open Standards as the backend and Schema.org as the presentation standard, many leading minds in the HR industry are contributing to this project. Join the discussion as the panel presents the details of the JDX and answers your questions on the project.

From Trough to Plateau: How Blockchain Will Disappoint Before it Massively Disrupts HR
Mahesh Kharade, Associate General Manager | Harbinger Group
Rick Barfoot, CTO
| HRNX

Now that we have passed “peak hype” for blockchain, there is an opportunity to take a closer look and separate realistic expectations from the inflated. As blockchain is nothing more than a reconstitution of tried and true technologies, there is a solid technical foundation upon which can be built new and innovative solutions for HR. This session will provide a summary of the state of blockchain as it may be applied to the HR tech industry, the headwinds it will face over the coming years, and the role standards can play in facilitating wide-spread industry adoption. A simple implementation of a blockchain will be explained and demonstrated.

Practical Integration Stories
Andrew Cunsolo, VP Product Management | Talemetry
Ingolf Teetz, CEO 
| Milch & Zucker

GDPR: The Year After
Bon Idizak, Chief Compliance & Government Relations Officer | Accurate Background
Ingolf Teetz, CEO 
| Milch & Zucker

Experts in Technology and Compliance will share their experiences in the General Data Protection Regulation. This session will cover experiences from each participant in preparation for GDPR, as well as experiences from the May 25th, 2018 effective date.

Integrating Data Registeries in a Connected HR Marketplace
Jeff Grann, Credential Solutions Lead | Credential Engine
Susan Lepo

HR applications increasingly compete on the data insights they deliver to clients. Interoperability standards, such as HR Open, enable applications to deliver important foundational insights including recruitment metrics and people analytics. We believe the next level of value will come from integrating mature linked data registries into these products. This session provides an update on Credential Engine’s progress to populate the registry and highlights recent developments concerning competencies, verification of quality claims, and career pathways.

Thursday, April 11
Room 1 Room 2 Room 3
8:30 9:00 Continental Breakfast
9:00 9:15 Welcome President’s Welcome | Andrew Cunsolo
9:15 9:30 Workgroup Summary
9:30 10:30 Keynote Cloud-Based HCM | Jim Jensen, SVP, Ceridian
10:30 10:45 Networking Break
10:45 11:45 General Session Job Data Exchange & Transparency | Andrew Cunsolo (Talementry), Jason Sole (Direct Employers), Jason Tyszko (USCCF)
11:45 12:45 Lunch
12:45 1:15 Committee Introductions & Reports Business Steering Committee & Technical Steering Committee
1:15 2:15 Workgroup Breakouts Benefits Payroll Recruiting & Staffing
2:15 2:30 Networking Break
2:30 3:30 Workgroup Breakouts Screening Assessments
3:30 4:30 General Session From Trough to Plateau: How Blockchain Will Disappoint Before it Massively Disrupts HR Rick Barfoot (HRNX), Mahesh Kharade (Harbinger Group)
4:30 5:00 Day 1 Close 20th Anniversary Champagne Toast

 

Friday, April 12
Room 1 Room 2 Room 3
8:00 8:30 Continental Breakfast
8:30 9:30 Keynote The Latest Trends at the Intersection of the Future of Work, Technology, and HR | Enrique Rubio, Founder, Global Hacking HR
9:30 10:15 General Session Payroll Implementation | Marcel Jemio (GSA) Practical Integration Stories | Andrew Cunsolo (Talemetry), Ingolf Teetz (Milch & Zucker)
10:15 10:30 Networking Break
10:30 11:15 General Session GDPR: The Year After | Bon Idizak (Accurate Background), Ingolf Teetz (Milch & Zucker) Integrating Data Registries in a Connected HR Marketplace | Jeff Grann (Credential Engine), Susan Lepo
11:15 11:45 General Breakout Session Analytics: Scope of the Project and Use Cases
11:45 12:00 Day 2 Close