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Commonwealth HR&ICT 2017

The impact of Big Data on HR

Information and Communication technologies (ICTs) impact all aspects of governance and all sectors of business. Understanding the unique human resources needed in the ICT age is a constant challenge for human resource professionals. On the other hand ICTs play a key role in human resource management. Human Resources and ICTs is an annual conference specifically designed for human resource professionals of the ICT sector to help plan, procure, develop and retain appropriate human resources as well as to understand the benefits of ICTs in human resource management.

Key Topics

    • Harmonising big data
    • Modernising HR management
    • How big data impacts HR managers
    • Ethical challenges of using big data
    • Creating a talent pool through social media
    • Outsourcing, Insourcing and Sharing services


14 Nov 2017 @ 12:00 am

15 Nov 2017 @ 12:01 am

Duration: 1 days


The Hilton Trinidad & Tobago

Lady Young Road, Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago

1111 Port of Spain,

Trinidad and Tobago

Organised by

Commonwealth Telecommunications Organisation

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