Making the Move to HR Tech More Manageable
And why implementing tech isn't as hard as it seems.
Jun 7 · Wednesday
As companies grow, HR teams usually stay the same size. Yet expectations, needs, and responsibilities continue to pile on your small (and sometimes even solo) HR team. As HR professionals are required to spend more and more time heads down in tasks and paperwork, companies need more HR and culture-related innovation.
But we get it; implementing change — especially when it requires disrupting how you’ve always done things — can be scary.
Join Tracie Sponenberg, SHRM-SCP, SPHR, on Wednesday, June 7, at 12:00 PM CT as she talks about the importance of finding new ways to do the same old tasks, giving you and your team (or lack thereof) the opportunity to add value to your company and culture.
In this session, we’ll discuss:
Growing expectations and responsibilities put on HR teams since the pandemic hit in 2020
Why investing in HR tech saves the company (and the HR team) time and money
Paving the way for HR innovation and its benefits
How to stay ahead of innovation and not on top of it
Breaking down myths around challenging and expensive technology implementations
This session is eligible for 1 hour of SHRM recertification credit. The credit code will be sent to registrants who attended the session live and were present during the session for the full amount of time required by SHRM or other certification vendors.
If you are unable to attend the session live, we will still send you a recording of the session.
With more than 25 years experience working with CEOs to transform their organizations through people-first practices, Tracie is currently Chief People Officer for The Granite Group, a full-service wholesale distributor based in Concord, NH, where she is responsible for leading all people functions for 60 locations across six states and nearly 800 team members.
While Tracie used to describe herself as “working in HR,” she now describes herself as a “Business leader specializing in People” - a change that came after her transformation from paper-first to people-first leader, and after embracing the importance of learning about the business, technology, the critical nature of relationships, the importance of a growth mindset, speaking up, and learning to always put people before profits.