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HRSPI Major Sponsor of HR Symposium 2016

HR Symposium 2016


This year's HR Symposium is happening on April 26th at the Santa Clara Convention Center.

We are proud to be a major sponsor of the event again this year, and thrilled to note that this is the 30th Anniversary of the HR Symposium!

For three decades we have been meeting and mingling with other HR professionals at this event, sharing our HR experiences and our HR expertise, and providing scholarships for those studing to enter the human resources field.

In this year's session, panelists will discuss HR's impact across a diverse set of premier Silicon Valley companies in both the public and private sectors. Specifically, we will compare and contrast the roles, challenges, and opportunities HR teams face in these two environments, including:

  • How HR is practiced
  • How HR teams manage high level change
  • How employer brand is built
  • What HR leadership looks like
  • How to prepare for IPO
  • And more!

The one-day HR Symposium opens with the popular CEO and CHRO discussion. This year the executives are Pinterest's Founder & CEO Ben Silbermann, and Michael DeAngelo, Pinterest's Head of People.

The day continues with networking breaks and several panelists, including execs from Starbucks and SurveyMonkey.

You can check out the full speaker line up, here.

There is a discount if you register early - note that Early Bird Registration ends on April 1.

We're thrilled to be sponsoring this event again this year, and excited about both the event and the HR scholarships it provides. If you're planning to be in Silicon Valley on April 26th, we hope to see you at the HR Symposium 2016!



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