Like many parts of the United States this week, we’re snowed and iced in here in Huntsville, Alabama. Stay safe and warm out there!
Next week I’m excited to jump into the first virtual event for the year, HR Tech Roundtable, with our partners at HR Tech Connect. The HR Tech Roundtable is an event series I’ve been supporting since the early days of the pandemic, because I knew that the virtual events that only focus on content volume are missing a chance to really connect with and empower the audience of HR leaders I’m connected to. We’ve held multiple sessions over the last year, and each one leads to incredible stories from attendees on the value they find in both the networking and the content.
On Thursday, February 25th, we’ll be running the next one at 1:00 – 2:30 PM Eastern | 10:00 – 11:30 Pacific, and I’d love to have you participate.
Who is HR Tech Roundtable for?
If you’re an HR or talent leader that is interested in seeing and learning about some of the cutting-edge technology available in the market today (without the pressure of a one-on-one demo or sales pitch), then this event is for you. You’ll be able to see innovative solutions like:
- Chatbots for employee self-service that save HR leaders hours of time responding to routine requests
- An app that leverages employee feedback to innovate and solve business problems
- HR document management and workflow tools used by firms like McDonald’s and Pfizer
- Core HR and talent solutions that impact employee productivity and engagement
Personally, I love the case studies and examples from real practitioners. I’m a sucker for a good story!
I would love to have you come and participate, and thanks to the “choose your own adventure” style sessions, you get to pick the content you are most interested in when you register. Consider this my personal invitation to join me for HR Tech Roundtable. We’d be honored to have you!
Ben Eubanks is the Chief Research Officer at Lighthouse Research & Advisory. He is an author, speaker, and researcher with a passion for telling stories and making complex topics easy to understand.