THURSDAY | OCT. 12
7:45 - 8: 30 a.m. Continental Breakfast
8: 30 - 9:45 a.m.
20 Years of HR Tech:
A Look Back and a Look Forward at the Next 20 Years
10 - 11 a.m. Refreshment Break in Expo
11 a.m. - 12 p.m.
HR4 MasterCard: Connecting Employees to What Matters Most …
CS3 Microsoft’s Extreme Recruiting Makeover
EE4 The Impact of Employee Well-Being and Engagement at St. Joseph
HE4 Session To Be Announced
RI3 Talent Intelligence: Uncovering Hidden Talent Pools
IN2 Leveraging the Freelance Marketplace to Harness a Global Talent
SM3 How the Granite Group Improved Engagement, Efficiency and Got
Back to Business
TA4 Enterprise-Level Talent Acquisition Technology:
The Practitioner’s Perspective
TI4 Looking Ahead: Where Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning
May Take the Next Generation of HR
WA4 Layperson’s Guide to Talent Analytics:
An Approach to Improved Measurement and Insights
12: 15 - 1:45 p.m. Lunch in Expo
1:45 - 3 p.m.
MEGA The Business Value of Diversity & Inclusion and the Role of HR and HR Technology
MEGA Digital Transformation in HR Is Today, Not Tomorrow!
MEGA HR Technology Conference Hackathon Reveal
3 - 4 p.m. Refreshment Break in Expo
4 - 5 p.m.
HR5 Turning Engagement Into Performance:
How Engagement Drives Outcomes
CS4 The HR Tech Customer Experience and Its Impact on Business
EE5 Battle of the Brands: HR Agility vs. The Employee Experience
HE5 w HR — Leading the “Business” of Human Capital Management in a
RI4 Transforming HR in a New World of Work: 2017 HR Transformation
SM4 Integration: The Answer to Mid-Sized Companies’ Data Needs
TA5 How Dollar Shave Club Scaled Its Way to a Billion Dollar Acquisition
TM4 How University of California Delivers Systemwide Consistency While
Enabling Local Flexibility
TI5 The Third Era of HR Tech:
Or, if a computer can drive a car, it can probably do HR.
WA5 Beyond HR Data: Using HR Analytics to Enhance Engagement,
Performance and Productivity