HR Open Standards Consortium, the only global network of HR technology professionals committed to leading the ongoing development of global HR interoperability standards, will host a 2018 annual meeting in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The annual meeting brings HR technology providers and HR practitioners together to further HR Open Standards' mission to lead the development of extensible, global HR interoperability standards enabling easy-to-implement, time- and cost-effective integration of HR systems.
The GDPR is Europe’s new data protection law. It comes into effect in May 2018. This blog post by HR Software experts Tania Teetz and John Kleeman shares a summary of some challenges and opportunities around the GDPR and Data Protection they presented on at the HR Open Standards Community Meeting in Bad Nauheim, Germany in November.
The Annual Meeting is HR Open Standards' biggest event of the year and 2018 in Toronto is no exception. Of course you don't want to miss it but, in case you need a little more convincing, we have compiled a list of the top 5 reasons to be there.
Next Thursday, November 16, is the 2017 HR Open Standards Consortium Community Meeting in Germany. This annual event opens up discussions to the European community regarding HR technology data issues and how they directly affect this community.
HR Open Standards Consortium announces the candidate release of the 4.1 data exchange specifications. This release includes a JSON Assessments specification and JSON Recruiting specification.
Employee turnover is an inevitable part of any business. While fresh ideas and perspectives can be a great asset, what is the real cost of losing employees and bringing in new staff? There is the obvious monetary cost but there are many more factors to consider.
HR Open Standards Consortium and PESC have worked together in the past. However, the new formal partnership will allow more fluid collaboration. Both organizations are excited about how this new level of co-operation will greatly benefit members of both organizations as well as the HR standards industry as a whole through the sharing of knowledge, development efforts and education.
There is an ever increasing amount of data privacy and security legislation employers must comply with, including the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield and the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). To help organizations handling employee data comply with these increasingly complex Data Privacy regulations, HR Open Standards Consortium just released an HR-JSON Data Protection Standard that guides organizations managing the transfer of PII to third parties while meeting privacy requirements.