After shifting to a virtual setting last year, the HR Technology Conference is welcoming HR leaders, tech industry experts and more back in person this week in Las Vegas. The conference will feature networking opportunities, an expansive expo hall and access to dozens of keynote addresses, panel discussions and more. If you’re running from session to session—or if you weren’t able to make it to Vegas this year—and want to keep up with all of the insights from the conference, they are plenty of ways to do so.
HRE will be providing daily coverage of the conference, bringing you actionable solutions for your most pressing HR problems from big-name speakers like industry analyst Josh Bersin and Olympic medalist, author and advocate Abby Wambach. Check our website throughout the day for session takeaways, interviews and more that you can rely on to shape your company’s HR tech strategy. Attendees can simply click on HR Tech Headlines in the HR Tech Conference mobile app.
Make sure to sign up for our daily newsletters (click here to register) to have highlights from each day delivered right to your inbox. We will also be sharing our coverage and delivering live insights from conference events on social media, so follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook and Instagram to stay up to date. You can also connect with conference organizers on Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook and Instagram for the latest info. And, we invite you to use the hashtag #HRTechConf to share your own observations across your social media platforms during the event and stay engaged with what other attendees are saying.
Our team on the ground includes new HR Tech Editor Phil Albinus, who will focus on the tech trends most impacting today’s HR leaders, and share the stories of how forward-thinking HR professionals are using tech to tackle today’s challenges. Follow his coverage on Twitter at @PhilAlbinus. He will be joined by Executive Editor Elizabeth Clarke (@LizClarke92) and Senior Digital Editor Nick Otto (@Ottografs), who will cover all corners of the conference.
Once the event wraps up Oct. 1, make sure to stay engaged with HRE, as we will continue to cover the topics and trends that shaped the hottest conversations in Vegas.