Advance HR Talent With User-Friendly Tech At The Cove
Thursday, October 5, 2017
Posted by: PIHRA
When it comes to creating dynamic environments that compliment fundamental tasks and reflect their core values with beautiful functionality, look no further than The Cove. The HR Talent and Technology Symposium (#HRTT17) on Wednesday, October 25, 2017 will be held at The Cove – the physical home of Applied Innovation – a super modern space that always signals visitors that the University of California, Irvine means business. #HRTT17 attendees will delve into real-world lessons and key takeaways to bring their organization into the new world of work. Here are just some of the inspiring features that #HRTT17 attendees will enjoy as well as guest speakers that will help create a seamless experience in incorporating technology and talent.
The Beach Space
The arrangement of a seating plan can make all the difference. The Beach Space emulates a theatre or cinema experience with chairs aligned in consecutive straight rows to create an opportunity to inspire, engage and boost employee performance.
The Beach Space will include:
- A 110ft Hiperwall Screen for any desired content viewing
- Theatre style presentations
- Live social media feeds
- Event live streaming and recording
A Vibrant Business Community to Support Job Creation and Economic Growth
The Cove is engaged in building a community that interacts to invent, grow, and spread innovative ideas for HR professionals. Dedicated to elevating innovation and entrepreneurship, HR will meet the future of functionality in a beautiful space.
HR Talent & Tech attendees will also experience:
46,000 square feet of state-of-the-art technological facilities and office space
An ultramodern vibe in an entrepreneurial ecosystem under one roof
100-foot video wall surrounding a beach-themed conference room
Lively offices ringing in their visions into real enterprises to solve old problems with new solutions.
Four Ways to Make Technology Work for You
When companies want to know how to be more effective in how they strategize and perform essential work tasks, they call Scott Hamilton. He's a thought leader and speaker in the field of "next practices" improvement of executive and workforce performances and will make use of The Cove to help HR leaders and organizations be more effective in how they strategize and perform.
He'll also be accompanied by Greg Labate, a Co-Practice Group Leader of the firm's Labor and Employment Practice Group, and is a partner in the firm's Orange County office. He will provide comprehensive advice to attendees relating to labor and employment issues, and has extensive experience in defending employers against claims of discrimination, harassment, retaliation, wrongful termination, defamation, and other related matters.
Marguerite Granat of Talent Strategist and Keen Alignment will utilize more than two decades in talent acquisition leadership both within corporate talent acquisition and search firm environments. Look forward to recruitment optimization, quality of hire, employment engagement and retention that enable organizations to grow and scale for success from her presentation.
In addition to all the foregoing, David Yudis will bring 15 years of global experience in creative business solutions that maximize human performance. His extensive consulting experience at all levels of organizations, from senior management to emerging leaders will seamlessly integrate advanced education in psychology, business and learning for every HR professional ready to utilize technology to accomplish their goals.
HR Aspirations Made Easy
The primary objectives of HR Talent & Tech are to help HR professionals be at the forefront of technology, and use it to anticipate the needs of their organization. The Cove will make these aspirations accessible in a way that was not previously possible. Use technology to make your job easier by registering for #HRRT17 here. http://www.pihra.org/talenttech