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Three HR Tech conference pre-reads that are too good not to share
In fact, I’ve been brushing up on the latest and greatest in HR trends and technologies to prep for the exciting conversations and sessions that lie ahead. For me, that means spending hours poring over online content and rooting out the best topics and ideas.
If you haven’t had time yet to do the same, not to worry—I’ve got you covered. The three content pieces that proved to be the insightful reading during my research are listed below. Consider them a great way to dive right into the most relevant topics without wasting time in internet rabbit holes (not that I ever go down any of those, ahem).
So, without further ado, here are three articles that can help give you an edge at HR Tech:
If the future of work is on the brain, then continued learning and mobility opportunities within the workplace should also be top of mind. This Workday piece explains why talent retention must be front and center for every HR team—and makes it clear why continuous employee learning on the job (termed “learning in the flow of work” by Josh Bersin) is the key to success.
If you think all your problems can be solved by replacing outdated technology, think again. This piece from SuccessFactors lives up to the promise of its title and provides 20 helpful tips and lessons to think about if you want to take a holistic approach to your HR transformation journey.
Want to save $10 million by using HR data? (Yes, that’s a rhetorical question.) This article provides teasers for an upcoming session at the HR Tech conference that will explore the topic of how to be strategic with your spending— and why it’s important to quantify results.
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We look forward to seeing you in Vegas!