Join Oracle Cloud HCM for Virtual Events This November

November 9, 2020 | 3 minute read
Albert Qian
Content marketing manager for HCM
Text Size 100%:

November is here and we’re excited to begin another month filled with exciting virtual events that cover a wide range of topics, from adjusting to the new norms of recruiting to addressing employee mental health in the workplace. However, your organization is looking to end the year, end it with us on a momentum-building note. 

Here’s what lies ahead. 

Featured Event: Oracle Cloud HCM Virtual Summit: Addressing Mental Health in the Workplace

Our recently published AI@Work Study shows a growing number of the workforce facing mental health challenges in the workplace, with almost 80% stating that 2020 has been the most stressful year ever. Join Oracle thought leaders for a virtual summit to learn how you can use Oracle Cloud HCM to prioritize mental wellness in your organization and increase productivity. You’ll walk away with actionable recommendations that you can use right away. 

HCI HR Leadership Call to Action Virtual Conference | November 9-10

The workplace is going through an unprecedented amount of change with HR leading from the front. We’re proud to sponsor the Human Capital Institute HR Leadership Call to Action Virtual Conference, where you can hear best practices from industry experts on how to ease fears throughout the workplace, respond to changes quickly, balance the needs of the business, and your workforce, and more. Oracle Cloud HCM Product Marketing Director Rocky Mitarai will be headlining the conference with a keynote featuring our recent AI@Work research on today at 11:45 a.m PT. 

PeopleSoft and Cloud Applications Webinar Series | November 12

Are you an existing PeopleSoft HR customer evaluating a move to the cloud? Join us for this multi-part series designed to take a deep dive into specific topics customers are most interested in when considering a move to cloud applications. This particular session will cover change management and address what it really takes to transition from PeopleSoft to Oracle Cloud HCM. 

Fall into Fall Webcast Series: A Survival Guide for Recruiting in the New Norm | November 16

Feeling extra challenged in these economic environments? We understand! Join Oracle Solution Consultant Charlotte Shelby for a product demo where she’ll discuss how to source for the best candidates and develop a comprehensive recruiting strategy. 

Before you dive into the holidays, dive into the trends shaping HR with us!

Ensuring Affordability in Higher Ed with Florida A&M, Lorain County CC, Butler University, & Oracle | November 18

Higher education institutions have experienced disruption and Oracle is here to help. Join Nicole Engelbert, VP, Product Management—Higher Education Cloud, and representatives from several colleges for a panel to explore how Oracle Cloud HCM and ERP can support everything from digital transformation efforts to financial aid.  

Talent Acquisition Trifecta: Going Beyond the ATS to Improve Efficiency | November 18

Join Madeline Laurano, a co-founder of Aptitude Research Partners where she will discuss new research conducted in 2020. It will look at the talent acquisition trifecta and how companies are seeing positive results and measuring ROI by thinking more broadly about their recruitment technology investment.

Be sure to register for the events so you can get the login information. 

Do you have a webinar you want to see or want to learn more about how Oracle Cloud HCM can positively impact your business during uncertain times? Learn more at our website or get in touch with one of our experts. 

Enjoyed reading this blog? Leave feedback for us

Albert Qian

Content marketing manager for HCM

Albert Qian is the senior content marketing manager for the Oracle Cloud HCM Campaigns team and the editor-in-chief for this blog. He's passionate about telling the story of HR technology and how it can create better workforces.

Previous Post

Five Journeys to Oracle Cloud: Considerations and Perspectives

Guest Author | 4 min read

Next Post

5 Ways Work is Changing for the Better

Guest Author | 5 min read