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 IHRIM Atlanta

Q4 Meeting & Holiday Reception

 Sierra-Cedar HR Systems Survey, 21st Annual White Paper Key Findings


HR Technology transformations are making way for a new reality, constant HR Technology adaptation. Enabling HR to support critical outcomes; such as improved agility, customer satisfaction, and increased innovation requires a new approach to HR Technology decision making. Stacey Harris discusses key findings from the 21st Annual Sierra-Cedar HR Systems Survey. We’ll explore new HR technology deployment models, emerging adoption trends, the changing role of the HR technologist, and HR Technology vendor landscape. If you are looking for lessons learned, business case data, or practical insights on creating an adaptable HR Technology ecosystem join us for a candid conversation on the state of the industry.  Read Stacy's bio here.

In addition, Jim Holinchek, VP Advisory Services, Leapgen will speak on "The Cloud Has Won - You are there, now what?"   Jim's bio can be read here:

Following the meeting, we will celebrate the season at our annual Holiday Reception.

Thursday, December 6, 2018        

1:00 PM to 5:00 PM

5 Seasons Brewery
5600 Roswell Rd
Atlanta, GA 30342



 

 Thanks for Joining Us!!

Thanks for joining us at our Quarterly Meeting on October 18th at the Terry College of Business.  Jason Averbook, CEO and Co-Founder of Leapgen and author of The Ultimate Guide to the Digital Workforce Experience, spoke about the death of HR technology and the birth of Digital Capabilities for the People Function within organizations.  Read Jason's bio here

    Also, John Frehse, Senior Managing Director at Ankura discussed how manufacturing companies are struggling to hire and retain employees. record low unemployment and record high education levels.  He shared real insights based on his research spanning over 20 years in a light, but data driven format.  Read John's bio here.

Interested in John Frehse's presentation?  Email us at [email protected]


 

 

IHRIM Atlanta Member Spotlight

Yazmin Oliveira, HRIP
Lead Business Analyst, Cox Enterprises

“There has always been a lot of HR and IT organizations.  IHRIM attracted me because it is for HR information management and technology professionals.  I’m fortunate to belong to a company who supports the growth and development of its employees.  When HRIP certification was launched, our team studied together and obtained our certifications at the same time.  Maintaining this certification requires me to always be involved with HRMS projects, to be connected with other professionals through conferences and training, and to stay current with HR technology trends.

IHRIM Atlanta is our local chapter which is organized by HR technology practitioners who volunteer their time to help its members learn; not just from speakers, but from each other.  They hold educational conferences quarterly in Atlanta.  Our company hosts the vendor fair which makes it convenient to meet vendors and learn about products and services they offer.  I wouldn’t mind winning the raffle too.  The holiday party is something to look forward to because we are gathered to celebrate our accomplishments that  year with our peers and friends.  Thank you to all the volunteers!”


 
 

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