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Tuesday, September 18, 2018 | 7am – 4:30pm
6 SHRM PDCs/HRCI CEUs (Including 1 HRCI Business Credit)
Experts say in just two years, nearly 20 percent of the work done at U.S. companies will be accomplished through automation, including the use of robotics and artificial intelligence. How can HR respond to these technological advancements?
Join SHRM-Atlanta and your peers as we demystify HR Technology and how it’s being applied to the Talent Acquisition life cycle. Invest in yourself and learn how innovative technology can make your HR functions more effective and efficient.
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|7:00 AM – 8:00 AM||
Registration, Networking Breakfast & Resource Partner Connections
|8:00 AM – 8:15 AM||
|8:15 AM – 9:15 AM
Mike McDonald – Head of Recruiting | Pandora
As the cost of attracting and retaining talent on the west coast escalates (on-site Yoga, anyone?), Atlanta’s well-deserved reputation as a hot bed of tech talent is attracting companies seeking refuge. More companies means more jobs. More jobs means a tighter labor market. And a tighter labor market will elevate the strategic important of Talent Acquisition. But as the saying goes, only the strong will survive. Pandora’s Head of Recruiting will share the strategies they use to be successful in the Bay Area and how you can prepare yourselves to take advantage of Atlanta’s tech sector growth.
|9:15 AM – 9:25 AM||
|9:25 AM – 10:25 AM
General Session #1
Audra Jenkins – Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer | Randstad North America
1 HRCI Business Credit
Technology continues to reshape the workplace across all industries for the better, however, 57 percent of jobs currently filled by women will be at risk from the same technological advancements between now and 2026, according to the World Economic Forum. In this session, you will learn how AI, robotics and automation are impacting diversity in the workplace, and how employers can overcome these challenges to strengthen their workforce and lead in today’s growing, global economy. Now — not five or ten years in the future — is the time to prepare for a workforce impacted by automation. Businesses can extend their impact in the talent market, fuel innovation and drive increased ROI by having a comprehensive diversity and inclusion strategy. Join us as we share practical recommendations and insights on gender and minority disparities and what you can do today to retool your workforce for this technological shift.
|10:25 AM – 10:40 AM||
|10:40 AM – 11:40 AM
General Session #2
Chris Stanzione – Global Director of TA | Manhattan Associates
Accelerating hiring has been a hot top for more than a decade. With the current state of talent shortage, it’s important to create great efficiencies with great candidate experiences.
Video interviews have been around for years, yet many companies still have not leveraged this platform as quickly or as loyally as they have adopted other technologies.
In this discussion, organizations of all sizes and in all sectors will benefit from this informational and exploratory journey into how Manhattan Associates, a Global Leader in Supply Chain Software, has embraced recruitment acceleration technologies, in particular digital screening to create recruiting efficiencies and decrease time to fill and cost of hire.
Even if your organization is not using digital screening technology, this session will leave you wondering how quickly you can start to introduce it into your recruiting repertoire.
|11:40 AM – 12:40 PM
|12:40 PM – 1:40 PM
General Session #3
Matt Pietsch – Chief Sales Officer | Talview
Today’s marketplace is constantly changing. Organizations need the right skills to keep up with this rapidly evolving marketplace. Organizations of all sizes must prepare for a digital transformation of their Human Capital Management systems to stay agile and competitive. To meet the challenges of growth today, companies need to leverage technology for efficiency and effectiveness. Are you ready?
|1:40 PM – 1:50 PM||
|1:50 PM – 2:50 PM
General Session #4
Maximiliano Just – Global Director Business Integration and Program Management | The Coca-Cola Company
Vinnie D’Agostino – IT Leader for HR | The Coca-Cola Company
The gap between HR and IT is closing and more often they working together effectively to optimize the employee experience. In this session, join your peers to learn how HR and IT collaborate at Coca-Cola. At The Coca-Cola Company HR and IT collaborate to innovate globally – from tactical automation to evolution of existing platforms like Workday, to the selection of new technologies. Vinnie D’Agostino and Maximiliano Just will explain how the organization is structured to successfully architect and optimize processes and solutions at a global level. You won’t want to miss this conversation as they share best practices and real challenges that they’ve faced in their collaboration journey.
|2:50 PM – 3:00 PM||
|3:00 PM – 4:00 PM
General Session #5
Anastacia Flores – Director of Recruiting for Pipeline Development, Systems and Operations | Pandora
Are you looking for best practices and tools that can help increase productivity and efficiency for your Recruiting team? If you don’t work for Google who has access to all the latest technology and tools, can you be effective with a lean team and limited tools? YES! In this session you will learn with Anastacia who had the luxury of working for Google before making the transition to Pandora. She will share the story of her transition and teach you how to leverage a partnership with a customer success manager and identify the right tools for your budget and team.
|4:00 PM – 4:15 PM||
IT Leader for HR
The Coca-Cola Company
Director of Recruiting for Pipeline Development, Systems and Operations | Pandora
Audra Jenkins, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, CDP
Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer
Randstad North America
Global Director Business Integration & Program Management
The Coca-Cola Company
Head of Recruiting
Chief Sales Officer
April 1 – August 22
August 23 – September 12
After September 12
The SHRM-Atlanta 2018 TechKnowledge Summit will be held at ROAM Galleria.
ROAM Galleria is located at 3101 Cobb Pkwy , Suite 124 (2nd Floor) Atlanta, GA 30339.
It is located in the Parkway Pointe Shopping Center at the intersection of Cobb Boulevard and Cumberland Parkway SE. It is located on the 2nd floor and is accessible by stairs, escalator or elevator.
Parking is complimentary.
The 2018 SHRM-Atlanta HR TechKnowledge Summit is sponsored by: