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SPB – Exhibitor and Speaker at the HRPA 2019 Annual Conference and Trade Show

We are proud to announce that we will be participating, both as a speaker and as an exhibitor, in the HRPA 2019 Annual Conference and Trade Show from January 30 to February 1, 2019, in Toronto. Featuring over 160 conference sessions and 250 Trade Show exhibitors, the HRPA Annual Conference and Trade Show is the largest human resources conference in Canada and the second largest in the world.

As a member of the SPB community, we offer you a complimentary entry: please click here to visit the Trade Show registration area and enter the code WorkClimate19 in the Discount Code area.

Trade Show Booth
Please drop by our booth #518, SPB – consulting human by nature. We are looking forward to connecting and chatting with you!

Conference Session
The Human in HR Analytics, a Conference by Dr. Pylin Chuapetcharasopon (from SPB) and Dr. Ashlyn Patterson – February 1, from 12:00 to 1:00 PM in room: 802B

The learning objectives of the conference session will be to learn how people-related skills can enhance the HR Analytics role, and understand the people-related challenges surrounding data. We sometimes forget that there are actual human beings behind HR Analytics. What people-related skills do the analysts need? What people-related challenges do they have to overcome? What biases can creep into HR Analytics? Join this session to explore the human side of HR Analytics!

Visit hrpaconference.ca for more information.

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