Build Relationships & Share Best Practices With Senior HR Practitioners.
The structure of work and HR is changing. To better address tomorrow’s sustainable prosperity, organizations are becoming flatter, more agile and depending on research and data to drive decisions for optimized business results.
Bold HR leaders are underpinning this change by building and engaging workforces that are mobile, rely on essential talent and outsource the rest to world-class partners that provide innovation, technology and best practices to support informed decisions and enable success.
The World-Class Workforce uses integrated self-service technology; it is focused on leadership development, talent assessment and culture; and, it has a firm grasp on the business’s current talent and future needs.
To keep HR relevant, the industry must embrace this agility and focus on the business impact of core HR issues through the practices and partners that change and improve performance.
The HRO Today Forum will bring together the leading HR thinkers, practitioners, technologists and partners that are building tomorrow’s World-Class Workforce today. This year’s conference program will allow you to connect and share ideas with your peers, exchange business cards and discuss ways of engaging your workforce that will improve your company’s bottom line.
Below are the Top 5 reasons why the HRO Today Forum is a can’t miss event:
1. Commercial-Free Sessions
Presenters are forbidden from delivering company pitches in sessions. You get a purely unbiased senior level HR education.
2. Most Knowledgeable Speakers
Each topic and presenter is hand-selected by HRO Today’s CEO, Elliot Clark and Editor-in-Chief, Debbie Bolla. Only the most relevant sessions make it into the program.
3. Invaluable Networking Time
The HRO Today Forum is the perfect opportunity for you to connect with your peers to share ideas, exchange business cards, and discuss the virtues of one solution over another.
4. HRO Today Baker’s Dozen Panels
We ask the leaders of the top rated companies in the HRO Today Magazine Customer Satisfaction Surveys what they have done to guarantee their growth and maintain their high customer satisfaction rating.
5. Your Fee is Guaranteed
Register for the HRO Today Forum event with confidence. Not satisfied with the experience? We’ll give you a credit towards a future HRO Today Forum North America event.
The HRO Today Forum is a strictly Buyer/ Practitioner only event and is open to the below delegates:
- CEOs, COOs, General Managers
- HR Directors
- HR Managers
- Financial Directors
- Directors of Shared Services Centers
- Directors of Business Service Centers
- Heads of Process Improvement
- Heads of Shared HR Services
- Operations Managers
- Business & Financial Analysts
- Investment Researchers/Analysts
HRO Today Forum Attendee Breakdown:
- C-Suite – 23%
- EVP/SVP/VP – 36%
- Senior Director/Director – 21%
- Senior Manager/Manager – 13%
- Other – 7%
Previous Organizations That Have Attended the HRO Today Forum Include:
• Air Canada
• AlliedBarton Security Services
• Allstate Insurance Company
• American Airlines
• BAE Systems
• Bank Of America
• Bristol Myers Squibb
• Catholic Health Initiatives
• CDC Development Solutions
• Corporate Voices for Working Families
• DeVry University
• Duke Energy Corporation
• Fannie Mae
• FedEx Corporation
• Hewlett Packard
• Kimpton Hotels and Restaurant
• Kraft Food
• Land O’Lakes
• Lockheed Martin
• Millennium Pharmacy Systems
• Mosaic Company
• National Association of Foreign-Trade Zones
• Nike, Inc.
• Sara Lee
• Startup Americ
• State of Colorado
• The Hartford
• The Hershey Company
• U.S. Department of Education
• Wolters Kluwer
• XO Communications
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The HRO Today Forum brings together leading thinkers and practitioners to share best practices and build relationships that improve the services of HR. Delegates include the leaders of HR and HR operations, recruitment and talent, change management, payroll and learning from large and midmarket companies. Sponsors include the most prominent providers, technology firms, and advisors in HR outsourcing, technology, and consulting firms.