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Leveraging HR Technology 2012 – Documentation

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This conference featured best practice case studies, expert insights and networking opportunities for senior managers in human resources, operations and systems. Delegates were able to examine best of breed technology examples, heard how leading employers had improved their HR services and received updates on the latest trends in HR technology.

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Overview

This conference featured best practice case studies, expert insights and networking opportunities for senior managers in human resources, operations and systems. Delegates were able to examine best of breed technology examples, heard how leading employers had improved their HR services and received updates on the latest trends in HR technology.

Speakers:

easyJet – Adrian Boruz, Consultant – Performance Management and Employee Engagement

Hitachi Data Systems Academy – Andy Wooler, Academy Technology Manager

MITIE Group Plc – Rob Farahar, Programme Manager, Process Improvement Department

MITIE Group Plc – Stephen Funnell, Head of Transactional Services

Nokia – Matthew Hanwell, Former HR Director, Communities and Social Media

Royal Mail Group – Dermot Toberty, Director HR Services

Sage HR & Payroll – William Davidson, Business Development Manager

SOFGEN Group – Pritul Khagram, HR Director

Success Factors – Paul Roberts, Country Manager, UK & Ireland

Synergy Housing – Rosie Green, Head of HR

Telefónica Europe plc – Ian Ruddy, European People Services Director

Programme Highlights:

  • Leveraging the investment already made; System changes to support new legislation and process improvements
  • Upgrade strategy vs. make do vs. new systems
  • Using technology as an enabler for workforce management; Using business intelligence for HR reporting
  • Recognising the opportunities available from social media tools
  • HR in the clouds; Examining security of data, risks and benefits
  • Facilitating mobile working
  • Examining how mature shared service centres are evolving
  • Using technology to support global talent mobility
  • The changing landscape of HR technology; Future technological developments

Who would find this useful?

  • Heads, Directors and Managers of HR
  • Heads of HR Operations, Systems and Processes
  • Heads of HR Services, HRIS and HRIT
  • HR Technology and Software Managers
  • Heads of Shared Services
  • HR Analysts and Project Managers
  • HR Business Partners
  • Heads of Business Services
  • Talent Managers
  • Heads of HR Transformation

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