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    Friday
    Sep202013

    HRevolution and HR Tech Conference Updates - and your chance to save

    Please allow your correspondent a bit of (not totally) self-interested promotion today, as I wanted to take the opportunity to make sure that readers of the blog have the latest, and most up-to-date information about two upcoming events that I have a hand in planning, and that will be happening in a little over two weeks time.

    First up, is HRevolution 2013, a one-day event for HR, recruiting, and truly every kind of business professional and will take place on Sunday, October 6th at the Mandalay Bay Resort in Las Vegas.

    HRevolution was created a few years ago by a small group of dedicated HR pros that saw the need for a different kind of HR and Talent-themed conference – one that was less formal, more participatory, more about challenging conventional ways of thinking, was built around its attendees, and lastly was vastly more affordable than the typical professional event.

    Over the years, HRevolution has held events in Chicago, Atlanta, Louisville, and this year for the second time in Las Vegas, but one element of HRevolution remains the same despite the years and changes in location – that the event is centered around providing a small but passionate group of the most forward-thinking HR and talent pros an event that is truly their own, and one that helps build and strengthen the community of HRevolutionaries. We will talk technology, employer brand, Generations in the workplace, keys for identifying top talent – and much, much more. And you will not want to miss the 2nd annual ‘HR Improv’ presentation contest – trust me on that!

    And I would be remiss if I did not thank the great folks at SumTotal Systems, the exclusive sponsors of HRevolution Las Vegas. Without their generous support, the event simply would not be possible.

    This year we have another great lineup of sessions and speakers – you can see the full agenda here, and in true HRevolution fashion there will also be plenty of time and space to create and lead your own discussions as well. Tickets for the HRevolution Las Vegas are still available here, and if you register for the event not only are you making a great decision for your own professional and personal development, you will also receive a $600 promo code for the next event I’d like to mention in this post.

    Of course I am talking about the HR Technology Conference and Expo that will be also held at the Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas from October 7-9, 2013. HR Tech is simply the biggest, best event of its kind that focuses on the business benefits organizations can realize from HR technology, while also showcasing over 300 technology and service providers in our world-famous expo hall. HR Tech has become one of the industry’s must-attend events for good reason – all the providers, all the top organizations, all the leading analysts, and scores of industry influencers will be in attendance.

    While many of the widely available HR Tech Conference discounts are set to expire at midnight EDT on September 23rd, your registration for HRevolution will provide you an exclusive HR Tech registration discount that is the best one still available, and will not expire. So if you’ve been waiting or debating or procrastinating about making the decision to attend HR Tech this year – don’t wait any longer – and sign up for HRevolution first, then use your HRevolution code to register for HR Tech. Attend two amazing events, save big money, and make the best investment you can for yourself and for your organization.

    You can see the full HR Tech agenda here, and once you have the HRevolution discount code, and then proceed here to register for Tech.  If you do, please be sure to find me at the event and say hello.

    Thanks as always for all the support of both these great events!

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