Mind the Gap: HR Tech 2018


Posted by Kathi Enderes on September 20, 2018.

The HR tech market is almost as hot as Las Vegas in September. This year’s HR Tech conference was one of the biggest ever in regard to solution providers, corporate buyers, consultants, thought leaders and analysts—and even a fair amount of venture capitalists ready to place their bets. The venue, a large hotel and casino on the Las Vegas Strip, was an appropriate place for anyone looking to wager their chips on a winning solution.

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Reflections on HR Tech 2018: The Evolving Learning Landscape


Posted by Julie Hiipakka on September 17, 2018.

The HR Technology Conference is more than a big—some might say the biggest—event for solution providers, tech buyers, bloggers, industry analysts, and HR consultants. The event has the spirit of a college reunion mixed with elements of speed networking: attendees need comfortable shoes, high energy, and the means to connect. If you don’t carry business cards, be prepared to tweet, email, or use other social media channels to remember everyone you meet.

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Two Lessons from Day One at HR Tech


Posted by Matthew Shannon on September 12, 2018.

The end of summer marks the beginning of fall conference season for HR professionals. This week brings one of the largest annual gatherings of HR professionals and solution providers: the HR Technology Conference1 in Las Vegas (HR Tech, as it is commonly known). This year’s event takes place in a conference center the size of seven football fields! With that amount of experience and exciting new technology in one place, there is certainly a lot to learn over the course of the week. As such, the Bersin team is on hand to gather and share insights with those in attendance and those still at home. Below are two lessons about the evolving vendor landscape I took away from day one at HR Tech.

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