May 4th 2018

CRF Research Breakfast: Perspectives on HR Technology

On the morning of 26th April 2018, CRF hosted a discussion breakfast meeting on the future of HR Technology at the Bird & Bird offices, facilitated by Karen Ward and David Creelman. This discussion was designed to inform CRF’s upcoming research report on HR Technology, scheduled for release in Spring 2019. Paired and table conversations explored three topics:

  • current realities in HR technology;
  • stakeholder perspectives on HR technology;
  • and future concerns about HR technology.

Several key themes emerged from each of the discussions, insights from which CRF members can access by downloading the post-event summary. The upcoming report on the subject will be published in 2019.

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