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Join us for discussions around HR technology, trends, and interests as chosen by the HR Open community. These hour long chats are an invitation to learn, network with like-minded individuals, and share your experiences in the industry.

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Our Coffee Chat introduced us to The US Chamber of Commerce Foundation’s Center for Education and Workforce. The Foundation concentrates on...

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Jim Goodell lead us through a presentation about the Integrated Learner Record (ILR) and wrapper work being done through the T3 initiative. We...

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Dave Garrett lead our conversation on payroll implementations. We discussed how implementations work differently throughout multiple countries, how...

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A great discussion about standards implementations. Alan Whitford lead the conversation that took us through how standards are...

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Ingolf Teetz and Dr. Olena Linnyk of milch & zucker shared their study for the augmented writing of job ads on gender specific...

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A discussion of activity related to blockchain-based solutions for the HR domain lead by Rick Barfoot. We touched on some low level W3C standards...

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Ward Christman from HR Tech Alliances led an engaging discussion as people were truly challenged to answer the strategic question, do...

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JSON Schema is primarily used for describing large sets of self-contained data, used as a data descriptor it’s similar to XML schema. JSON LD...

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A great part about these Coffee Chats is that YOU, as the participant, can ask questions of the group and experts. This conversation started with...

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When deciding to choose between XML and JSON it’s important to be able to understand the strengths and weakness of each – XML is older...

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How often are you sending emails? Is your social media messaging changing? What is our duty to be socially and ethically responsible? These are a...

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