Conference Twitter Primer #HRtechConf 2018

Advos

Once again using HRmarketer software, we analyzed the #HRTechConf conference website and tweets to come up with the following Conference Twitter Primer — all the information you need to socially prepare for the world’s largest HR technology conference and exposition hall! Bookmark this page and refer to it during the conference if you need someone’s Twitter ID. The Basics. Location: The Venetian®, Las Vegas.

Paycor to Host Bi-Annual Web Summit on HR Trends and Best Practices for Compliance

Paycor

CINCINNATI – October 2, 2018 – Human Capital Management (HCM) company Paycor today announced its bi-annual Web Summit, a free online webinar series taking place October 3-4, 2018, to help HR leaders stay informed of industry trends and best practices for compliance. The summit will include eleven informative and insightful 30-minute to one hour sessions, led by industry leaders, including Scott Conklin, Vice President of HR at Paycor. To register for the Web Summit, visit: [link].

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8 Easy Steps to Transform Your Culture From Toxic to Peak Performance

Thrive Global

“ Corporate culture is the only sustainable competitive advantage that is completely within the control of the entrepreneur. Develop a strong corporate culture first and foremost.” Corporate culture matters. The very foundation of a business’s success is built on its unique culture. Having a great company culture gives employees something to be excited about. The only way they can make things right is by upgrading their work culture.

Want to be a Great HR Professional in 5 Years? Master These 4 Skills

Linkedin Talent Blog

There’s arguably no department that has more to gain over the next five years than human resources (and it’s many related functions, like learning and development and recruiting). Virtually every expert we talked to for our future skills campaign said something along these lines: there will be a lot of change over the next five years that’ll require “mentally agile” people to accommodate that need. It just requires a highly refined skillset. The problem?