#HRU events are a global series of events where the emphasis is on conversation, cross-level communication and free exchange of ideas and experiences, aimed at HR practitioners, recruiters and corporate executives about the latest innovations and technologies used in making HR easier. These events are organised in more than 50 countries across the world and attended by over 6 000 people globally.
#HRUChicago will be hyper-focused on issues related to data of building and developing HR capabilities within the organization. We will discuss how to enable managers to make data-driven HR decisions, and how hiring analytics teams should measure the growth and improve employee satisfaction. We will share cases and successful implementations of data analytics tools and best practices.
At #HRU you will also have a chance to network with top level executives from the most forward thinking organizations in the US and enjoy the spirit of a true Unconference!
REGISTRATION IS CLOSED.
Learn more about the format of the event by watching this short #HRUHelsinki-Technology video of our previous event in Helsinki!
Arrivals & Morning coffee (M floor, lobby)
Welcoming words & Presentation of the upcoming tracks (Room 1)
|10:00||Nicole Dessain: How to use people metrics for strategic decision making (Room 1)||Pawel Czech: How to create a data driven causal link between engagement and business results (Room 2)|
|11:00||Melonie Boone: Going Beyond the Data | Blending Technology, Data & Analytics to Manage Safety (Room 1)||Quasar Hamirani: Leveraging cross-functional d
|12:00||HR Startups Demos (20 mins. per startup, Room 1):
Expert Interview – Kevin D. Rooney
Chairlift – Bradley Frank
Elements Holdings Group & Subsidiaries – Rick Fazio
|13:00||Light Lunch & Networking (M floor, lobby)|
Brad Janisch: Navigating the past, present and future challenges of Workforce Analytics (Room 1)
|Angie Verros: The ROI of Great Candidate Experience (Room 2)|
Mike Kritzman: How frequent data driven performance reviews turn managers into coaches (Room 1)
|Kevin J. Bohan: Keeping it Simple: Enabling HR & Managers to make data driven decisions (Room 2)|
|16:00||John Petrusa: The Future of People Analytics (Room 2)|
Closing words (Room 1)
Possible to go out for dinner if somebody interested.