UNLEASH America

March 29-30, 2022 | USA

UNLEASH is one of the biggest events for HR, L&D, and recruitment leaders. In 2022, the conference will welcome 1,500 attendees to discuss the ever-evolving HR technology landscape and how it helps solve the industry’s key challenges. All in all, UNLEASH aims to help you navigate the changing world of work through sharing fresh ideas and perspectives.

Spotlight

The “new economy” has created a new set of rules for Recruiting. There is mounting pressure on HR to be more strategic, to move beyond their traditional administrative and compliance functions and build a highly engaged and productive workforce. Additionally, HR must build upon its core function of recruiting new hires to also support line managers in retaining top talent. Success will ultimately be measured by the business impact: higher levels of engagement, more productive employees, and a lower cost of turnover.


OTHER PAST CONFERENCES

2nd Annual Corporate Learning APAC

November 15-16, 2022 | Singapore

The pace of change in the education sector has accelerated rapidly in the last two years, as it has for many industries. The Corporate E-Learning market size is likely to reach US$408bn by 2029 and the value of the global EdTech industry is forecast to grow to over US$230bn by 2028. Mobile technology, cloud services and immersive reality tools provide a vast world of opportunities to enhance learning, making it more accessible, interactive, and modern for learners in the corporate setting. The Asia Pacific region is anticipated to develop at a higher accelerated rate of tech adoption in the next years because on one hand, you have nations such as Japan, Korea, and Australia, where virtually the entire population has access to the internet at lightning speed and on the other, you’ve got countries such as Myanmar, Laos, and Cambodia, which are developing technologically but have a long way to go to reach that level. In between, there are China and India, two of the world’s largest and most vibrant economies, where the need is now but the reality sometimes falls short. With the geo demographic stage set, the HR Exchange Network is proud to announce our 2nd Annual Corporate Learning APAC online event running on 15 and 16 November 2022 which will focus on three main themes: Utilizing learning analytics to personalize learning and training both efficiently and effectively Creating a culture of lifelong learning Utilizing technology to build a learning ecosystem for the workforce

HR Exchange Live: Corporate Learning

September 28-29, 2022 | USA

Key Themes of the Event: Improve credibility and accountability around learning and development and help reduce staff attrition through upscaling staff development Create new learning techniques and resources suitable for digital interaction and the blended approach Learn how learning and development are evolving to serve the needs of remote and flexible workers Streamline learning processes with tools that are intuitive and offer analytics that can drive and evolve organizational behavior Create an L&D experience that drives personal and professional development of employees capable of meeting the skills needs of the business Use learning technology to engage employees on diversity, equity, inclusion and wellbeing and provide support through innovative tools designed to meet the needs of the individual Discover how AI and data analytics can be beneficially applied to help organizations better track L&D programs and deliver a more tailored, personalized approach

SHRM22 Annual Conference and Expo

June 12-15, 2022 | USA

You made a huge impact on your career and in the world of HR by attending SHRM21.It promises to be the world’s largest convening of HR professionals. It’s your chance to cause the effect you want to see in the workplace and in the world of work.

Gallup at Work SUMMIT 2022

June 7-8, 2022 | USA

Equip yourself, your teams and your organization with the knowledge and tools you need to succeed at work and beyond. Last year, we offered more than 30 actionable breakout sessions across multiple topics -wellbeing at work employee engagement and culture, people development, the future of work, CliftonStrengths and performance

Spotlight

The “new economy” has created a new set of rules for Recruiting. There is mounting pressure on HR to be more strategic, to move beyond their traditional administrative and compliance functions and build a highly engaged and productive workforce. Additionally, HR must build upon its core function of recruiting new hires to also support line managers in retaining top talent. Success will ultimately be measured by the business impact: higher levels of engagement, more productive employees, and a lower cost of turnover.

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