3 Things to See at HR Tech Fest Washington DC 2016

By / April 19, 2016 / / 0 Comments

The day has finally arrived – #HRTF16 is here! As always, we want to make sure you don’t miss out on any of the biggest and most exciting attractions for the event, so here’s 3 presentations you don’t want to miss:

image2016-2-17-15_47_31ScreenWars: Integration vs. Emulation – Bill Boorman

22 April, 11:10 AM Track Sessions – Innovation Showcase

The man with the hat has two track sessions this year, with the other one being focussed on “Data for Good, Data for Evil & the Aggregation of Everything,” in the talent management track 21 Apr, 12:10 PM.

Screen Wars is particularly relevant as Bill will be going into detail about building the perfect HR tech ecosystem.

He’s promised us a ‘few surprises,’ which as all of us who’ve seen Bill in the past know, he’ll definitely deliver. Don’t miss this entertaining take on modern HR.

 

image2016-2-17-15_47_33Experiment, Innovate & Excite as an HR Leader – Neil Morrison

21 April, 8:30 AM – Keynote

Neil’s opening keynote is a must see for all HR leaders.

Through his vast experience with Penguin Random House, he’s also presenting a track session on “#TheScheme: a Social Recruitment Revolution,” detailing an innovative recruitment campaign the company ran to attract high quality candidates – for less than $1300 (it is on at the same time as Bill’s talk, however, so you’ve got a tough decision to make!).

This keynote will inspire you to experiment and innovative as an HR leader and excite your employees throughout their career with you.

Melissa-Young_800x800-600x600The Roadmap to Better Employee Engagement – Avoiding a Bumpy Road Ahead – Melissa Young

21 Apr, 11:10 AM – Innovation Showcase

Employee engagement is always an exciting topic for us. Of course, it often gets misused as a buzzword, so Melissa is here to clear up the confusions and help you build your own ‘Engagement Roadmap’.

Melissa’s wealth of experience with Michelman coupled with her experience with BlackbookHR.

 

For anyone who can’t make it to the event, you can follow the hashtag #HRTF16 to keep up to date (we’ll keep you up to date via the @HROnboard Twitter account too)

What else are you looking forward to seeing at HR Tech Fest 2016?