Join us virtually on November 3-4, 2021, as we dive deep into how you can build truly diverse, equitable, and inclusive organizations.
SocialHRCamp is about high engagement, invaluable learning, great networking, and building your career in HR. Our events tackle the most pressing, critical, and important topics facing HR leaders and practitioners today — HR/Recruitment technology, employee engagement, diversity, equity, and inclusion, leadership, recruiting and employer branding, and more. SocialHRCamp brings together practitioners, HR/Recruitment software companies, and thought-leaders to learn.
Adoption is about pushing HR practitioners outside of their comfort zones. SocialHRCamp does this in an effective way.
We have the pulse on new HR/Recruitment technologies, and each Camp introduces up-and-coming solutions that are breaking new ground.
Session leaders are experts in their respective fields and attendees walk away with new actionable skills that can be immediately used at work.
SocialHRCamp is social by nature and allows attendees to network, build new relationships and strengthen existing ones.
Director, People at AltaML
With everything that we have gone through over the past year, one of our main areas of focus has been on the health and well-being of our people. We in HR tend focus most of our time on others and very little on ourselves, and attending Laurie Ruettimann’s session “Betting On You – How HR Can Put Itself First and Take Control of Its Career” reminded me of the importance of taking and dedicating time for yourself so that we can feel our best in order to do our best. I really enjoyed this session!
SVP, People Experience at Paystone
As a speaker, I was encouraged by how many leaders across varying industries were focused on evolving their points of view on engaging employees in the new future and willing to challenge status quo ways of operating.
Talent Development Leader & Future of Work Strategist
SocialHRCamp showed up at a critical time in the marketplace where the shift to strategic business partners was a tipping point for HR leaders. Since then it has played a key role in educating and up-skilling talent professionals on the technologies and mindsets required to stay relevant. Today, the event continues to provide industry insights and exposure to new forms of value creation, helping HR leaders discover and address their biggest blind spots and co-create their future.