Here’s Your List of Must-Dos for HR Tech 2018
We’re counting down to the HR Technology Conference & Expo in Las Vegas from Sept. 11-14. HR Tech always delivers on its promise to provide attendees with the latest and greatest in the rapidly changing HR technology world. But with so much to see and do, where should you start? We’ve put together a list of must-dos that you won’t want to miss.
- Attend the Opening Night Pub Crawl. We’re one of 13 sponsoring companies offering craft beer, wine, and cocktails while you visit and learn about our products. Insider’s Tip: Pick up a delicious Spiced Mango drink at Equifax Workforce Solutions!
- Get the Dirty Truth. Mike Rowe, best known as the host of Discovery Channel’s Dirty Jobs, presents the opening keynote, “Why Dirty Jobs Matter.” He’ll enlighten us with the true nature of skilled labor — and why it’s being devalued.
- Then, Register to Win. With more than 400 exhibitors, this is the place to find solutions for your company. Visit the Equifax booth early for prizes, including a $25 Amazon gift card and a Bluetooth speaker! Register to win an Echo, too!
- Last But Not Least, Talk about Talent. Stop by the Equifax booth to discover our latest solutions for HR and talent acquisition professionals. Learn how The Work Number® can help you get ahead of the constantly changing employment laws, improve hiring practices, and update compensation benchmarking strategies.
To maximize your time at HT Tech, check out the schedule in advance to be sure you attend the sessions most impactful to you and your company. Also, be sure to stop by our booth to talk about our I-9 Audit and Remediation solution, winner of last year’s Top HR Product by HR Executive.
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