Ahead of the popular annual event, the HR Technology Conference & Exposition and Human Resource Executive Magazine has announced the release of the first-ever Top 100 HR Tech Influencers list. In launching this resource, the teams behind it considered the many ways that people and organizations across HR technology experience influence. As a result, those included represent every corner of the industry, from HR leaders and executives to consultants and bloggers.
Conference Co-chair Steve Boese commented, “Influence in HR technology comes in different forms and changes over time. Understanding what that means in 2019 and identifying the people doing the work required examining all aspects of influence, from the direct and immediate to a more subtle, longer-term effect. Accounting for a multitude of factors, we put together a list that recognizes 100 individuals impacting where HR technology has been, where it is today and perhaps most importantly, where it is heading.”
Displayed in alphabetical order, the resource recognizes strategic decision makers, leading practitioners, advisors, systems implementers and integrators and those mentioned above, seeking to understand industry influence on a deeper, more meaningful level. This approach offers those interested an in-depth look at the current state of HR technology while humanizing the broader marketplace.
Rebecca McKenna, Vice President, Global Events and Publisher at LRP Media Group, shared, “The HR Technology Conference and Human Resource Executive® Magazine are uniquely qualified to comment on influence in HR technology, having witnessed first-hand the evolution of the industry. As this space continues to expand, we felt it was important to share this expertise as a resource to those committed to the future of work.”
The 2019 HR Technology Conference & Exposition will take place October 1 – 4, 2019 at The Venetian in Las Vegas. Registration is open with limited-time savings offers now in effect.
For additional information about the Top 100 HR Tech Influencers, visit http://hrexecutive.com/top-100.
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