5 Unmissable Sessions at #SHRMTech17

If you weren’t already aware, #SHRMTech17 - the biggest HR tech conference of the year - is coming up on the 21st and 22nd of April.

As technology becomes an essential part of the HR industry, it’s more important than ever for HR professionals to stay updated on the latest trends, best practices and tools in the HR tech space. The event brings together the who’s who of HR and Technology leaders from across industries in the pursuit of understanding how to leverage the power of technology in the HR space

We’ve taken a look at the Agenda, and hand-picked the sessions that we recommend as the stand out events of SHRM Tech 2017:

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#HRHeroes: Keerthi Rannore of Altimetrik on Reimagining Candidate Experience

Candidate experience emerged as a major trend in talent acquisition a few years back and since then, the focus upon it has only become stronger. Some companies have taken bold and impressive steps towards facilitating a good candidate experience - Zappos has actually stopped posting jobs, just so that they’d have an opportunity to get to know the candidate better.

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#HRHeroes - Sindhu Subhashini of Brillio on How They Aligned Talent Acquisition and Business

“Customers will never love your company until the employees love it first” - Simon Sinek, Author and Consultant

A company is its people, plain and simple. And when everyone in a company is invested in bringing the people who truly belong with them, they build an institution that lasts. This is why aligning the business and talent acquisition function is at the very heart of Outbound Hiring.

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#TalentTalk - How To Hire Executive Talent

Team Belong has started a weekly Twitter Chat called #TalentTalk, where we invite HR thought leaders, influencers and game changers to better understand the evolving nature of finding talent. 

In our first episode, we started right at the top - What is the new age modus operandi for hiring executive talent? 

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#HRHeroes: An Interview With Helpchat’s Head of HR, Anil Chandra

Ub Iwerks was stuck. Along with two friends, he’d quit Universal Studios, hoping to produce and create their own animated TV show. It wasn’t going great. He had tried several sketches, cows, horses, frogs - he just couldn’t sketch a good enough lead character for their first pilot. The story then goes that a tame mouse laid a spark in his head and the foundation of a world-dominating entertainment company: Disney. 

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