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    May252017

    PODCAST - #HRHappyHour 285 - Discovering the Next Great HR Technology Company

    HR Happy Hour 285 - Discovering the Next Great HR Technology Company

    Host: Steve Boese

    Guest Co-host: George LaRocque

    Listen to the show HERE

    This week on the HR Happy Hour Show, Steve Boese is joined by George LaRocque to talk about the process for Discovering the Next Great HR Technology Company at the HR Technology Conference in October. Steve and George talk about the process for companies to submit,and how George and the other expert coaches will work with the selected contenders. Plus, we talk about how HR leaders and the HR community can get involved in the process. 

    Also, we discuss some tips and ideas for HR leaders when working with startups, where innovation is happening in HR Tech, and what are some of the exciting new technology innovations we see coming in the future.

    You can listen to the show on the show page HERE, or by using the widget player below:

    This was a fun show, thanks George for sitting in. 

    Thanks as always to show sponsor Virgin Pulse - learn more about them at www.virginpulse.com.

    Be sure to subscribe to the HR Happy Hour on iTunes, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts.

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    Reader Comments (1)

    Great show! I am excited to see the Next Great HR Start-Up progress.

    I worked with HR start-ups that were founded by entrepreneurs who wanted to solve their prior problem and build HRM systems that were elegant and affordable. I was impressed with the well-designed demos, but when working on their alpha/beta testing, I found that very basic functionality was often lacking - such as storing history of employee data, rules for termination and new hire wizards. It was clear they did their homework in looking at other systems, but had not yet spoken with anyone in HR to understand beyond the fields. I am interested in learning more about the backgrounds of next great HR start-up companies and what brought them to the HR space.

    June 3, 2017 | Unregistered CommenterAlyssa G. Ruff, GPHR

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