Here's how you can keep on the cutting-edge of HR Tech

New developments in the spotlight at the award-winning HR event

Here's how you can keep on the cutting-edge of HR Tech

HR is about people – but it’s also about keeping an eye on the exciting new technological developments that could change the face of the workplace forever.

These are the kind of HR tech innovations that an expert panel will be examining in an exclusive session at the upcoming National HR Summit.

Dean Summlar, HR Business Lead, Pacific Zone, International Operations, Schneider Electric; Susan Pettifer, Director, Workforce & Information Services, City of Sydney; Nikki Symonds, Group Manager Corporate & Enterprise IT, Origin; and Darren Fewster, Executive Director, Transformation and People, Telstra will be tackling big HR tech topics.

On the agenda will be AI, chat bots and machine learning in HR, using HR technology for continuous learning, real-time feedback and performance management, overcoming the challenges of HR technology implementation and a look at what the future holds for emerging HR technologies.

Super Saver registrations are closing tomorrow for the summit. To ensure access to this unmissable panel and more, HRD readers are encouraged to book in by tomorrow, Thursday 20 December to take advantage of the savings on offer.

For more information and to register, go to hrsummit.com.au.

The National HR Summit Australia will be held at Luna Park Sydney on 26-27 March 2019.

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