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Many professionals got their start in HR technology in what was traditionally called the HRIS department, where the skills needed to be successful were technical, tactical, and project-focused. As the technology has transformed, the promise of self-service has become a reality and the role of the HR technologist has shifted. No longer are HRIS departments solely focused on HR department efficiency. The role of the 21st century HR Technologist has evolved to become a much more strategic role in the modern organization.
This webinar will explore the role of the 21st century HR Technologist. We’ll explore what information an HR Technologist needs to make business decisions and discuss how to create processes to capture the information at the source. We’ll also explore how to make the information accessible to relevant stakeholders, in line with self-service expectations and discuss how to educate and empower business leaders at your organization on how to obtain and interpret the information. Lastly, we’ll share tips for HR technologists who are taking the lead role on new software purchases, to ensure they are making the best decision for their organization.
Three key learning objectives:
- Develop an understanding of the evolution of the role of the HR Technologist and the strategic value of the modern day HR Technologist.
- Understand both why and how the HR Technologist should take the lead role on determining any new software purchases.
- Effective strategies conducting business process training for different stakeholder groups like managers and employees, particularly when technology is accessible mobile-first.
This session been approved for 1.0 recertification credit hour toward HRIP (Human Resource Information Professional) recertification.
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