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Technology Meets HR: Selecting and Justifying the Right Solution
06/29/2020 01:30 PM - 02:45 PM |
Track: HR Technology

| Competencies: Business Acumen, Critical Evaluation, Leadership & Navigation
Joe Rotella, SHRM-SCP, Chief Marketing Officer, Delphia Consulting, LLC
Workplace Application:
The only thing worse than no technical HR solution is picking the wrong one. 

Technology can help free you from administrivia so you can focus on strategic goals.  Learn a seven-step framework to use to select the right technical solution, and how to justify the investment to decision makers by writing an effective business case.  Find out how to analyze the structure of a business case, explore your needs to support HR, and discover why technology is important to HR. In addition, learn how to calculate ROI to support your business case.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand a seven-step process for selecting software (i.e., HRMS).
  • Describe the components of a business case.
  • Apply three types of return on investment (ROI) calculations.
  • Know how to calculate financial ROI of an HRMS implementation.
Leveraging Technology to Attract, Mobilize and Manage Foreign Talent in Today’s Global Environment
06/29/2020 04:00 PM - 05:00 PM |
Track: HR Technology

| Competencies: Business Acumen, Critical Evaluation, HR Expertise
Sarah Herbek, Managing Partner, Global Immigration Associates
Mahi Inampudi, Chief Technology Officer, Envoy Global
Workplace Application:
Modernizing global talent practices means better integration of technology and data across global employment markets. 

Corporate immigration today continues to lack transparency and predictability, and established technologies are limited to digitizing case workflow.  But what if the latest advancements in technology could be leveraged to truly revolutionize global talent management?  This session examines how organizations can bring the historically murky and anxiety-riddled immigration process into the modern era of intuitive and delightful user experience.

Learning Objectives:

  • Establish why technology is a must-have today when data privacy and security are not an afterthought.
  • Examine how the latest cloud, predictive risk modeling and mobile technologies can help source, mobilize and manage foreign talent in a fast-changing world.
  • Illustrate how technology can shift an immigration program’s mission from repetitive tasks to strategic value-adds to the organization.
  • Demonstrate how innovative communication platforms, sophistical compliance tools, machine learning and real-time global people analytics can be leveraged to create an amazing global people experience.


Using AI to Improve Communication with Job Seekers and Hire Faster
06/30/2020 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM |
Track: HR Technology

| Competencies: HR Expertise, Leadership & Navigation
Ian Siegel, CEO, ZipRecruiter
Workplace Application:
By leveraging AI to improve communication between job seekers and employers, you can compress your hiring timeline and fill open jobs more quickly. 

Artificial intelligence (AI) has set the stage for the third wave of online recruiting technology. The first wave was taking the classified ad model and moving it online: employers posted a job and hoped the right candidate would see it. The second wave was implementing AI-driven candidate matching. That’s where the industry has been focused for the last few years. The third wave is all about optimizing the post-match experience. Job seekers often feel like they are applying in a vacuum, with no visibility into where they stand in the process and not knowing if their application was even received or reviewed. This is what we call the “resume black hole.” By leveraging AI to improve communication between job seekers and employers, the hiring timeline can be compressed, allowing job seekers to get hired faster, and employers to fill open jobs more quickly. In this session, ZipRecruiter’s CEO in a fireside chat format, shares data-based insights on the communication pain points that affect today’s job seekers and shares ways that AI can help you to address those issues.

Learning Objectives:

  • Learn how AI-driven recruiting technology is expanding beyond matching to address the communication needs of job seekers and HR professionals.
  • Discover the communication pain points which can push job seekers away from your open roles. 
  • Learn how AI can programmatically address those communication pain points, and help HR professionals hire faster.