Below are the events at which we are speaking or participating that we think you will find of interest. If applicable, be sure to use our promotion code for a great discount!
Cost: Only open to Quinlan alumni and students
Join the Institute of Human Resources as speaker Paul Reiman talks about how to best use analytics and data to improve HR decision making. Paul Reiman is the Head of Rewards and HR Operations for Commvault, a global provider of data management software and related solutions, and founder of GetNerdyHR, a blog and podcast devoted to creating a new way of doing HR.
Maggiano's - Perimeter Mall Location
4400 Ashford Dunwoody Rd.
Atlanta, GA 30346
Free for members, $30 for guests
Bryan Briscoe will present the following:
Buzzwords such as machine learning, artificial intelligence, and data science are everywhere. Talk of eliminating not only jobs, but entire career paths are assumed to be right around the corner. On the other side of the spectrum, these changes offer hope of nearly unlimited potential for people to avoid mundane tasks and create new types of jobs that focus more on higher level functions and less on TPS reports.
Let's dissect some of the buzzwords, and look at simple, free, easy-to-use software available to all of us right now to give a leg up against the rise of the machines and make our work easier, smarter, and more sophisticated right now.
March 12-13, 2018
Four Seasons Resort and Club Dallas at Las Colinas
Use Promo Code REIMAN to get $200 off!
Paul and Bryan will be presenting the following:
Looking in the Mirror: A Rewards Makeover for the Future Workforce
Traditional employment is being challenged by the gig economy. Automation is changing the value of skills and prevalence of roles. Workforce demographics are introducing new priorities for the employee value of proposition. Put together, all of this will challenge how an HR team's rewards function supports the business in the future of work. In this session, attendees will hear how traditional methods of rewards management are being challenged by these workforce trends and learn which critical HR/rewards capabilities will be needed to turn these challenges into an opportunity for a broad business impact.
Key Learning Points:
- Understand the workforce trends and issues that challenge traditional rewards practices and skills
- Identify the capabilities and knowledge necessary to address the challenges of future work
- Hear organizational models and roles that can be immediately explored and used to equip teams to become progressive rewards functions.
May 21-23, 2018
Gaylord Texan Resort and Convention Center
Cost: $1,895 for WorldatWork members, $2,495 for non-members
Paul and Bryan will be presenting at two sessions:
If You Can't Beat 'Em, Join 'Em: Embracing Automation and Machine Learning
Machine learning and artificial intelligence are popular buzzwords that, for some, are scary and intimidating. For others, they're a promise of the end of drudgery and boring work. Yes, this technology will bring many changes to the compensation profession. And with these changes, these words and terminology often are pitched by salespeople who are overselling or tactical experts who talk about inaccessibly. In this session, presenters Paul Reiman and Bryan Briscoe help compensation professionals move forward by demystifying the buzzwords and sharing ideas and insights. Attendees should prepare for nerdy and inspirational examples beyond traditional compensation analysis.
Making Over the Rewards Function to Address the Future Workforce
Traditional employment is challenged by the Gig Economy, automation is changing the value of skills and prevalence of roles, and workforce demographics introduce new priorities for the employee value proposition. All of this challenges how the rewards function supports the business today and into the future, and it provides an opportunity for TR professionals to use new skills, data and technology. Presenters Paul Reiman, Bryan Briscoe, Chris Dobyns and Angel Alamo Ruiz identify questions, issues and hot topics were rewards "best practices" may need to change, and highlight what innovative thinking and reasoning looks like for these scenarios.