HR Open Standards Annual Meeting, April 11-12, 2019, Washington D.C.

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HR Open Standards will host their 2019 Annual Meeting in Washington D.C., at the Westin Crystal City, April 11-12, 2019. The conference will showcase how HR integrations in Government and Business provide your organization the best competitive advantage in an ever-evolving market, as well as use cases for implementing standards into your company.

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HR Open Standards will host their 2019 Annual Meeting in Washington D.C., at the Westin Crystal City, April 11-12, 2019.

HR Open Standards will host their 2019 Annual Meeting in Washington D.C., at the Westin Crystal City, April 11-12, 2019. The conference will showcase how HR integrations in Government and Business provide your organization the best competitive advantage in an ever-evolving market, as well as use cases for implementing standards into your company. With hands-on Workgroup sessions, you'll be able to experience what's it like to participate in the standards and make your voice heard.

The HR Open Standards Annual Meeting brings together technology providers, HR professionals, and global standards advocates to promote awareness and industry-wide adoption of the Consortium's data standards. Attendees can expect to learn from the HR industry's top business innovators, network with business and technology partners, gain practical knowledge of HR integrations, resolve integrations challenges, and build industry standards in active Workgroup projects.

Registration for the meeting is available on the HR Open Standards 2019 Annual Meeting Registration page, use code #HROpen2019 to save 10% through December 31st..

Want your organization to be recognized by over 9,000 Consortium members? Check out our Sponsorship opportunities including distribution of branded promotional items, print and web advertisement, meeting signage, and so much more!

About the HR Open Standards Consortium

Founded in 1999 as the HR-XML Consortium, HR Open Standards is dedicated to the development and promotion of common specifications that simplify human resources-related data exchanges. Our standards are free, current global HR vocabularies developed in a transparent, collaborative, consensus-based environment open to all HR professionals and organizations.

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