With easing COVID restrictions, in-person conferences are back! Conferences are a great place to keep up with the latest trends, expand your network, scout for potential customers, and keep an eye out for what your competitors have been up to.

Uncover the innovations in HR technology to automate HR functions for your company. Here are 4 upcoming HR Tech Events that will help you achieve all of the above.

Events calendar

1. SHRM Annual Conference & Expo 2022

๐Ÿ—“๏ธ June 12-15, 2022 

๐Ÿ“New Orleans  & Online

Organiser: Society for Human Resource Management

Who should attend? 

Given that this is the largest HR conference in the world, with 12 different Content Tracks, the conference is relevant to anyone in HR.

What is unique about it? 

  1. Stellar line of speakers, including Arianna Huffington and George W. Bush.
  2.  Unlike most conferences, this has several tracks devoted to Learning. It isn't just people presenting.
  3.  500+ Exhibiting Companies & 15,000+ Attendees!

Why should you attend it?

By participating in this event,  you can be part of SHRM's strong community of 300,000+ members including HR professionals, business executives and people managers. The perks of the membership are extended beyond the 4-day Annual Conference.

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2. Talent Acquisition Week

๐Ÿ—“๏ธ July 25-29, 2022 


Organiser: Global Strategic Management Instituteโ€‹

Who should attend this?

HR professionals and business leaders strategizing for talent attraction.

What is unique about it?

  1.  Get actionable insights from thought leaders working in Strava, Roblox and Informatica.
  2.  Learn about Advanced Sourcing Training. It is a masterclass on hacks for open web searching, navigating LinkedIn, building alternative social networks, and brainstorming for sourcing talent.

Why should you attend it?

This 5-day event is packed with theme-based insights for each day. The broad range of topics includes sourcing talent, recruiting strategies, data-driven decisions for recruitment, employer branding to attract the right talent, and diversity & inclusion in the workplace.

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3. People Matters Tech HR India

๐Ÿ—“๏ธ August 4-5, 2022 

 ๐Ÿ“Gurugram & Online

Organiser: People Mattersโ€‹

Who should attend? 

Ambitious HR professionals and their teams who envision rethinking and redefining HR tech.

What is unique about it? 

  1. Influential speakers include Shraddhanjali Rao (Head HR, Google), Krish Shankar (Group Head - Human Resources, Infosys), Dr Sonal Modi (VP - Enterprise Learning, Mastercard) and more.
  2.  Features a TechHR Startup Program with 630+ startup applications across 7 years. These startups are mentored by top industry leaders and VCs.
  3. Unconference hosts content in interactive formats like treasure hunts to help unlearn stuff.

Why should you attend it?

Asia's largest HR Tech conference, featuring an impressive lineup of speakers. With over 3000+ delegates, it's an opportunity to network strategically with key leaders in the HR domain. This year's theme is #FreshEyes, where the focus is on new themes and technologies that will become relevant in the future.

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4. The Future of Talent Acquisition 2022

๐Ÿ—“๏ธ August 24-25, 2022 

 ๐Ÿ“ Online


Who should attend? 

HRs who want to be equipped with new technology to acquire the top talent for their companies.

What is unique about it? 

  1. It's free!
  2. Attendees get recertification credit(s) from HRCertification Institute.
  3. Become a member to participate and interact with a community of 2 million+ HR professionals worldwide.

Why should you attend it?

Understand the future of talent acquisition and how technology plays a role in it. Has your workplace changed its approach to acquiring talent after the pandemic? Can you leverage technology to automate skill evaluation for different roles and make your hiring decisions faster? Stay ahead of the curve by cracking these questions and future-proofing your company's talent strategies. 

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