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What is the HR Business Problem Blockchain Solves?
2020 will see HR technology called upon to solve the computing problems associated with the emergence of employee data ownership, data portability and data access consent capability to comply with GDPR and similar privacy legislation emerging in Australia and around the world. Recently introduced Consumer Data Right (CDR) legislation is just a taste of what is to come.
Blockchain is the only technology that will scale to the challenge and deliver a solution.
Other HR problems blockchain addresses include verification of qualifications and experience. This session will describe the blockchain technology to the point attendees will see the relationship between the technology and the change to current HR business practices (including recruitment, education qualification verification and background checks), as well as superannuation and payroll.
We are already seeing software companies like Workday, SAP, Microsoft and Oracle adding niche blockchain functions such as credentialing to their product range. Not all will be successful because of design and supporting network issues and the rush to market will have some costly casualties. There are also blockchain payroll products facing similar challenges.
This event is suitable for:
Those practitioners of mid-career level, specifically in the roles of:
Remuneration and Benefits
Learning & Development
HR Business partner/s
Speaker: John Macy, Founder and Managing Director, Competitive Edge Technology
John is a Life Fellow of AHRI and has been recognised globally as a thought leader in HR technology for several decades.
He is leading the way in blockchain adoption for HR and understands the potential of the technology. He is a member of Blockchain Australia who are drafting the National Blockchain Roadmap for the Federal Government and is a member of the ISO/TC307 International blockchain standard working groups.
He has written numerous articles on blockchain for HR and presented a blockchain HRMS Network session for AHRI in Feb 2018 as blockchain was emerging.
Registration closes Thursday 27 February 2020 at 5.00pm.
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