Social media is always an essential part of sharing ideas and engaging the audience at HR Tech Europe. Thanks to such outlets as Twitter, Facebook, Vine, Instagram and others even those not at the event get the feel of the speed, engagement levels and the learning happening during the two days. It should come as no surprise that #HRTechEurope was the 9th most trending hashtag on Twitter during the two days of the event.
Over 11,000 tweets were sent out in the week leading up to and during the event and scrolling through them at this point would take one a full day. To save you some time we decided to share some of the best ones with our readers along with a selection of articles prepared by our Media Partners and members of the Blog Squad who took upon themselves the task of sharing valuable insights and take-aways with their audience.
Power in knowledge isn't holding onto it, it's about sharing it. The more you give & show your knowledge the more you gain! #HRTechEurope
— Katrina Collier (@KatrinaMCollier) March 25, 2015
— Amanda (@Pontecarloblue) March 24, 2015
— Elizabeth Rennie (@erennie_) March 26, 2015
— David Green (@david_green_uk) March 25, 2015
— Oracle HCM (@OracleHCM) March 25, 2015
— Kristina Donauskyte (@LPKristinaDon) March 26, 2015
— Venga (@VengaGlobal) March 25, 2015
Strong values must achieve emotional commitment to inspire and 'control' employees. Rules and Regulations are not the answer #hrtecheurope
— Dan Rawding (@DanRawding) March 25, 2015
— Frederic Williquet (@fredericw) March 24, 2015
Sorry not there tomorrow but keep the Twitter vibe going!
— HRCurator (@HRCurator) March 24, 2015
— Rawn Shah (@rawn) March 24, 2015
— Becky Owen (@RSwindell) March 24, 2015
"Great team leaders don't ignore weaknesses, but they focus much more heavily on strengths." #HRTechEurope
— HRZone (@HRZone) March 24, 2015
— kategraham23 (@kategraham23) March 24, 2015
— Simon (@SimonHeath1) March 24, 2015
— Faye Holland (@FayeHollandUK) March 24, 2015
— David Kelly (@davidhkelly) March 24, 2015
Here are a few articles we would recommend reading that cover various aspects of the event. This list is far from exhaustive, and we would like to thank our Media Partners and the Blog Squad for the insightful and engaging articles before, during and after the event.
- ComputerWeekly, Swarovski opts for cloud HR to move function to strategic level
- Dorothy Dalton, Rachel Botsman – 21st Century Utopian
- The HRIS World, The HRIS World + HR Tech Europe
- ComputerWeekly, Talk Talk moves HR systems to cloud
- Andy Swann, #HRTechEurope 6 Second Pitches: Meet the Exhibitors
- New To HR, Breaking Down HR Global Barriers
- Faye Holland, Women in Technology, The HR Tech View
- Katrina Collier, Social Collaboration & Breathing Life Into Dinosaurs
- Kate Graham, #HRTechEurope: London 2015
- David Green, 6 Key takeaways from HR Tech Europe 2015
- Mervyn Dinnen, #HRTechEurope – We’re All Millenials Now!
We hope you enjoy reading the articles. Don’t forget to follow #HRTechEurope and #HRTechWorld for the latest news in HR Technology, Future of Work, Learning, Social Collaboration, Outsourcing and Cloud Computing.