Webinar Recap – Human Resource Technology Trends for 2017
This webinar entitled “Human Resource Technology Trends for 2017,” was originally produced on Thursday, April 6, 2017. We hope that you enjoy the full recording of the presentation and additional resources offered below.
This webinar was hosted by McKonly & Asbury Human Resource Director Suzanne Sentman, Human Resource Coordinator Holly Kressler, and Principal David Hammarberg.
In a rapidly expanding digital age, the relationship between Human Resources and technology continues to grow closer. Technology continues to be the driving force behind changes to HR practices and industry experts predict glaring change in the near future; however, great opportunity lies ahead for employers to learn how to leverage this change and set up their talent and organizations for success. Recognizing the rapidly expanding prevalence of personal technology and increased numbers of millennials in the workforce, many employers must consider this cohort of “digital natives” when adopting HR technologies.
During this webinar, attendees learned about the following:
- An overview of the technology trends and applications employers are using to set up their talent and organizations for success.
- Common challenges and possible solutions for employers to consider when adopting HR technologies.
- As a tech trend, factors to consider with the growing numbers of Millennials in the workplace.
Watch or listen to a recording of the presentation below.
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This free, one hour-long webinar took place on Thursday, April 6 at 2:00 p.m. EST. This program was a live webinar which offered attendees the opportunity to ask questions and interact with the presenters.
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