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Proposals Sought for HRtech 2004 Conference

Published: Sunday, March 7, 2004 - 23:00

HRevents, in conjunction with the International Quality and Productivity Center has opened the call for presentations at its seventh annual HRtech conference.

The conference will take place August 3-4 at the San Francisco Marriott. The two-day conference will assemble leading human resources practitioners to discuss technology’s role in achieving maximum productivity and ROI for human resources. Industry-leading practitioners in human resources, HRIS and HRMS have been invited to submit proposals on the following topics:

  • Exploring the future for human capital management
  • Measuring and demonstrating overall ROI on human resources technology systems
  • Refining use of Six Sigma and other process improvement tools to drive efficiencies in HRIS functions
  • Managing risk through outsourcing human resource functions
  • Leveraging existing human resources technology into the design of an employee portal
  • Identifying the benefits of an enterprise portal vs. company intranet

Human resources practitioners wishing to submit proposals to speak at this year’s event should e-mail Stephanie M. Morley at stephanie.morley@iqpc.com. Vendors and consultants specializing in human resources technology should e-mail Todd Smith at todd.smith@iqpc.com.

Companies with representatives already confirmed to speak at HRtech 2004 include Hewlett-Packard Co., Bayer Crop Science, Lexis Nexis and AT&T.



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