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The Ultimate 2018 HR & Recruiting Conference Calendar

The Ultimate 2018 HR & Recruiting Conference Calendar

The emergence of new practices and technology is revolutionizing the human resources and recruiting industries as we know it. With so much innovation, it can be hard to break through the noise and decide which processes, platforms and practices can best help you meet your business goals.

HR & recruiting conferences serve as a hub for relevant industry trends, and can be extremely valuable when it comes to staying up to date with the cutting-edge. Keynote speakers, live product exhibitions, and personalized workshops and breakout sessions can provide a lot more insight than reading a blog post or endlessly scrolling down a product page. Gathering with like-minded individuals who face similar business problems can be eye opening when deciding what new processes or technologies you should or shouldn't adopt. 

From general HR trends, to more specialized subjects like talent acquisition, payroll and benefits, and professional development, there are conferences for every aspect across the human capital management spectrum. Not sure which ones to attend? Lucky for you, we put together a comprehensive list of HR & Recruiting Conferences for the next year.

2018 HR & Recruiting Conferences


HRPA 2018 Annual Conference & Trade Show 

When: Jan 31 - Feb 2

Where: Ontario, Canada



TAtech Leadership Summit

When: Feb 12-13

Where: Scottsdale, AZ


HR Metrics & Analytics Summit

When: Feb 26-28

Where: Orlando, FL


2018 Workforce Planning & People Analytics Conference

When: Feb 27 - Mar 1

Where: Miami, FL


Download our HR & Recruiting Conference Calendar for a full list of 40+ conferences worth attending in 2018.


ABOUT THE AUTHOR | Deanna Breiter

Deanna is an Email Marketing Associate at Happie, an iced coffee enthusiast and a friend of dogs everywhere. A Miami native, Deanna is still coming to terms with the fact that there are seasons other than summer and “slightly less summer."

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