ADP India at People Matters TechHR Conference 2018
The HR industry is gearing up for a big event next week: People Matters TechHR Conference 2018. ADP India will be there, of course, and we have a special set of sessions planned out for the three-day event.
We, in the HR profession, are living in a dynamic period in history. With rapid changes taking place locally and globally, it is an exciting time to meet up with fellow professionals and discuss what the future might bring. ADP India had earlier hosted a series of meetings of HR leaders to discuss the overarching role of technology in HR, and how rapidly the digital HR landscape is changing. One of the takeaways from that four-city event – as well as other events and webinar discussions hosted by ADP India – was that technology’s role in HR is not just as an enabler of HR processes; technology is fundamentally changing how HR is done. With work-from-home options, plug-n-play offices, the gig economy, and more, technology has radically transformed the HR industry over the last few years.
All in all, it’s a very fascinating time – we’re all not just observing the ongoing Tech + HR phenomenon; we are participants in the revolution. ADP India eagerly looks forward to continuing this important conversation with the eminent HR leaders expected at TechHR next week, and also exploring ways that organisations can keep up with, and capitalise on, the tech makeover of HR.
ADP Speakers at TechHR Conference 2018
ADP India has two very special speakers as well, in the event’s line-up. Jarrod Schwartz, the Vice President of Global HR Strategy and Planning at ADP, will be speaking about Culture versus ROI on Day 1. He will be exploring ideas on how organisations are defining and sustaining the culture of impact and superior performance.
On Day 2, Vipul Singh, Vice President & Head HR at ADP, will chair a session titled Outthinking Workforce Experience. Joining him onstage will be panellists Mudasir Pasha (Director of Operations, APAC, HireRight), Dinkar Devgan (Strategic HR Partner – India & South West Asia, The Coca-Cola Company) and Ritu Verma (Area Director, HR, South Asia, Marriott). This discussion will present interesting examples of how leading organisations are breaking the traditional practices and redefining candidate and employee experience throughout the employee lifecycle. Anyone in HR knows that we are being pushed to outthink the concept of workforce experience, so don’t miss this session!
On a final note, we have an interesting booth set-up this time around. Make sure you check it out when you’re there! (We’re Booth #415).
See you there!