Announcing HRE’s 2024 Top 100 HR Tech Influencers

The Top 100 HR Tech Influencers list, now in its sixth year, recognises the most influential HR tech leaders and experts.
By: | May 9, 2024

HR technology is more complex than ever, no longer a category running parallel to the industry, but a cornerstone that supports all aspects of the people practice. Leading analyst and Top 100 HR Tech Influencers award recipient Josh Bersin reports that the average large organisation operates with over 80 HR tools, and many global organisations have twice that number.

To keep a finger on the pulse of tech innovation, HR and business professionals often turn to pioneers and thought leaders who influence the industry. The most effective of these individuals are recognised annually in Human Resource Executive’s Top 100 HR Tech Influencers list, now in its sixth year.

Top 100 HR Tech Influencers

The Human Resource Executive editorial team and the organisers of the HR Technology Conference and Exposition lead the selection process for the Top 100 HR Tech Influencers. The focus is on identifying leaders who shape how the human resources industry leverages technology, guiding others through shared insight, experience, and expertise.

“I’m thrilled with the level of expertise on the Top 100 HR Tech Influencers slate this year, especially in a period that has seen substantial HR tech enhancements,” says Rebecca McKenna, Senior Vice-President, HR Portfolio at ETC, which owns Human Resource Executive.

“This list features professionals leading the way amid new trends and challenges, including the implications of advanced analytics and AI.”

The Top 100 HR Tech Influencers round-up features HR Tech Online keynote speakers such as Brian Sommer, Dr Amy Dufrane, and Dani Johnson, as well as HR Technology Europe Chair Madeline Laurano and keynote speakers Kevin Oakes, Hung Lee, and Josh Bersin.

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The global list encompasses executives and leaders shaping the delivery of HR technology, analysts and researchers providing trusted insight into innovative HR tech systems, consultants and advisors helping organisations utilise HR technology effectively, practitioners with hands-on experience optimising HR tech and educators and thought leaders sharing their knowledge and perspective on the future of HR tech.

Influencers also include authors, podcasters, presenters, and experts, as well as millions of LinkedIn followers and audiences worldwide.

Click here to meet the Top 100 now.

About the author: Jill Barth is HR Tech Editor of Human Resource Executive, where the article was first published