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SHRM India to host two day HR Tech conference in Hyderabad

SHRM said that the conference would be the biggest HR Tech Meet in the country, which will bring together more than 850 delegates from organisations across all sectors

The association devoted to human resource management – Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) is organising its 3rd HR Technology Conference & Exposition between 20-21 April 2017 at Hyderabad. SHRM said that the conference would be the biggest HR Tech Meet in the country, which will bring together more than 850 delegates from organisations across all sectors.

The two day conference will include knowledge sessions, panel discussions, keynote addresses, and study and report launches, wherein industry experts will share their thoughts and discuss ways to bridge the gap between HR and technology.

Some of the speakers who are likely to participate this year are: Henry G. Jackson, President & Chief Executive officer, SHRM; Josh Bersin (Principal, Bersin by Deloitte, Deloitte Consulting LLP); Abdul Jaleel (VP, People Resources India, Adobe); Gaurav Ahluwalia (MD & Head of HR JPMorgan Chase); D. Rajiv Krishnan (Partner, People Advisory Services); Ravinder Pal Singh (CIO – Tata-SIA (Vistara)), Stacey Harris (VP, & Analytics – Sierra-Cedar); BP Biddappa (Executive Director HR, Hindustan Unilever Limited, VP HR, Unilever South Asia); Jonathan Ales (Managing Director HNB).

“Today technology plays a critical role in various HR practices for companies across the globe and the role of technology in shaping HR policies will only get bigger in the future. In the face of rapidly evolving technology, it is important for HR practitioners to connect with each other, share experiences, and engage in meaningful discussions to further harness and adopt technology for better execution of HR responsibilities,” said , CEO, SHRM India Operations in a statement.

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