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    Preview - Episode 134 'How Technology Changes Work' - #HRHappyHour

    HR Happy Hour - Episode 134- 'How Technology Changes Work'

    Sponsored by Aquire

    Thursday February 2, 2012 - 8PM ET

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    From recruitment and hiring to on-boarding, performance management and employee feedback, HR technology and the way organizations approach talent management are in for some big changes.

    Cloud computing, social networking and data integration are just a few of the mega trends reshaping the way we interact with information as well as each other.

    While there are risks for organizations that embrace these new technologies, the bigger risk just may be getting caught looking while your competitors pass you by.

    This week on the HR Happy Hour Show we will be joined byPatrick Riley, CEO and co-founder of Modern Survey, a human capital measurement company to talk about how smart organizations and talent professionals are approaching the changing landscape.

    We'll talk about how work is going, where HR is heading, what technolgies are pushing these changes, and what the world of work might look like in 5 and 10 years.

    About Patrick Riley : In addition to co-founding Modern Survey and serving as the company's CEO, Patrick has spent nearly two decades in the field of employee measurement. His expertise has been tapped by media organizations such as Talent Management Magazine, the Star Tribune and National Public Radio.

    It should be a fun show and I hope you can join us!

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