HR + AI: Are you prepared for the future of the people function?

As we head into 2019, it’s an apt time to consider the monumental changes coming

HR + AI: Are you prepared for the future of the people function?

As we head into 2019, it’s an apt time to consider the monumental changes coming to the people function. Digitization, impending automation and robotics have revolutionized how employers perceive HR – with tech at the forefront of every organizational agenda.

And, whilst it’s an undoubtedly exciting time to be in HR, these changes can be difficult to navigate. With the rise and rise of digitization and AI automation, HR has to play the role of mediator, moderator and mentor to anxious employees and the trepidatious C-Suite. But how prepared are we as practitioners for this new role planted upon us?

HR Tech Summit New York is an event like no other - connecting C-suite and senior decision makers across HR to cut through the jargon and explore how organizations are approaching this constant change, providing analysis of the latest in HR technology and the impact it has on business strategy.

Our exciting agenda includes such names as Kathryn Minshew – CEO of The Muse, Etsy’s Dipti Salopek and Macy’s Chris Meier.

Step into the world of digitized HR with William Tincup, president of RecruitingDaily, learn how to build an employee-driven culture with Instructure’s Jeff Weber – and discover how to make the most of your people data with Microsoft’s global head of HR Dawn Klinghoffer.

This agenda promises to inform, educate and entertain – with engaging panel debates, HR Tech Talks and peer-to-peer networking.

In this rapidly changing industry – can you really afford to be left behind?

 

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