A Forbes Top 100 recognized resource for HR and careers, Blogging4Jobs, announces its exclusive party guide for the annual HR Technology conference in Las Vegas, NV. More than 6,000 human resource practitioners and business leaders will descend upon Las Vegas discussing the intersection of human capital and technology. Conferences like the HR Technology Conference allow new and emerging HR technology tools to communicate and network with a number practitioners and analysts in their field,” says Chief Blogger and Owner, Jessica Miller-Merrell.
Miller-Merrell, who is a certified Senior Professional in Human Resources by the Human Resources Capital Institute and her more than 24 blog writers are no strangers to industry and the global HR conference hosted by Human Resource Executive.
With just a few days left until the big day, Blogging4Jobs has come up with several resources to help make the most of your visit in Las Vegas. Whether it’s your first time in Vegas and you’re looking for the top things to do while visiting or you want to know the must attend sessions at this years’ conference we have it all.
For the past several years Blogging4Jobs has delivered exclusive content on top swag trends for the HR Technology conference as well as essential travel tips. To receive all this information and more be sure to text “HRTECH” to 55678 and we’ll be updating you throughout the conference on speakers, parties, and other happenings. “As with most conferences it’s important that you take enough time to not only learn while you’re there, but also network with as many people as you can, says Miller-Merrell.”
Individuals can access the Unofficial HR Tech Party Guide by visiting the website at Blogging4Jobs.com and can follow the conference virtually on Twitter with the hash tag, #HRTechConf.
Blogging4jobs, the leading HR and workplace blog in the world, offers an unconventional point of view on topics including corporate social media, HR, recruiting, and leadership. Chief Editor and CEO of Xceptional HR, Jessica Miller-Merrell and her team seek to take the industry to uncomfortable yet necessary places.