“The Big HR Debate”: H Human Innovation Technologies places the most innovative tools for the development human resources management at the disposal of companies and HR professionals.
As the Greek companies are re-positioning themselves in order to exit the crisis, they understand that the most important tool for development is their human capital. In this light, Human Resource Management becomes a critical process for every company, and its executives are faced multiple current and future challenges. Those challenges, as well as the trends in the HR industry were extensively discussed during this year’s conference «The Big HR Debate: HR Re-loading», which was organized by the Hellenic Institute of Human Resource Management (EIMAD) on November 6. Human Innovation Technologies S.A. was present among the supporters of the organization.
The Big HR Debate was held for the fifth consecutive year and has emerged as an important institution in the field of Human Resource Management. This year’s participants have had the opportunity to listen to the analyses of established industry executives from leading companies on how they perceive the contemporary role of HR.
Human Innovation Technologies S.A., specializing in developing innovative sand cutting-edge technology solutions for all HR operations, was present supporting the organization of the conference and showcasing its innovative products which represent the most comprehensive tools in the hands of HR professionals helping them address more effectively the selection, development, training and evaluation of personnel.
According to the Business Development Director of the company, Dr. Stelios Kouzeleas “Innovation and technology are the most essential characteristics of Human Innovation Technologies. Our aim is to utilize the most advanced technologies and the latest research findings in order to create innovative products that companies and HR executives can use in order to cope with modern challenges. Human capital is very important for every company and this creates a need to make Human Resource Management a real growth driver. We are proud to be here today supporting the excellent organization of EIMAD as we always try to promote efforts aimed at strengthening dialogue and innovation in the field of HR.”