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expo pictureLEHRN is a professional community sharing knowledge and experience on the successful alignment of Human Resources/Human Capital Management (HR/HCM) and talent management information systems to support best business practices.

LEHRN is a non-profit association of HR systems professionals who share knowledge and exchange experiences on the successful alignment of strategy, software, technology, and services to support best business practices for human capital management & talent management.

LEHRN members participate to learn and contribute to understanding how to manage the five perspectives that drive HR systems: People, Process, Technology, Structure, & Culture. Through regular meetings and an annual conference, LEHRN promotes a clearer picture of the marketplace of human capital management vendors and products and creates a professional business network concerned with each company’s successful investment of financial and human capital in HR tools and technology.

Why Our Members Participate in LEHRN:

Members at all points on the implementation cycle participate to learn and contribute to understanding how to manage the five perspectives that drive HR systems: People, Process, Technology, Structure, & Culture. Through regular meetings, LEHRN promotes a clearer picture of the marketplace of Human Capital Management Systems (HCMS) vendors and products and creates a professional business network concerned with each company’s successful investment of financial and human capital in HR tools and technology. We are a local affiliate of International Human Resource Information Management (IHRIM).

Objectives:

  • Understanding how technology supports best business practices within highly-competitive industries is now the primary way that key groups think about IT investment.
  • Organizations will better understand the business context of their technology choices * Vendors will better see their products and messages within their customers’ business context.
  • Members will get a clearer picture of the development, implementation, and repercussions of new technology -- and how it is solving critical business problems

Educational Events:

  • Events are held each month between September and June of each year. These events each have a focused topic that is presented to educate members on a Human Resources business process and how the process is supported by technology and HR professionals. The events allow time for networking and discussion and last approximately 1/2 day.

Conference Event:

  • A technology expo is held annually. This event allows vendors to showcase their products to both member and non-member HR professionals. We have two keynote speaker presentation opening session and during lunch. Additionally, educational breakout session are held throughout the day long event covering a variety of Human Resource topics.

Networking Events:

  • Social networking events are held periodically throughout the year. These events are informal and social in nature to allow members to develop professional relationships with each other. They give additional opportunity for discussion of HR processes and issues/ideas in a social environment.

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