HRO Today Launches New Website

PHILADELPHIA, PA, August 23, 2021 – SharedXpertise Media, publishers of HRO Today magazine and HRO Today Global, managers of the HRO Today and C-TEN Associations, and organizers of the HRO Today Forums and Educational Events, proudly announces the launch of its new website at www.HROToday.com.

The new HRO Today website showcases the publication’s library of top-level HR content, including current magazine issues and articles covering the North American, EMEA, and APAC regions, as well as up-to-date research and thought leadership reports, information on upcoming conferences and events, videos and podcasts, and so much more.

Site visitors are greeted by a new homepage that features a dynamic slide show that highlights current content features, events, and research, as well as a scrolling news crawl that presents up-to-the minute developments and information in the world of global Human Resources.

A site within the main site, the membership section features its own menu with information about the HRO Today Association and C-TEN, the premier networking and professional development society for HR leaders.

Also showcased on the new site are the magazine’s renowned Baker’s Dozen Customer Satisfaction Rankings, along with the various award programs HRO Today presents each year, and an event section that houses pages for the annual HRO Today Forum events, as well as its full schedule of Educational and Technology Conferences.

With this first website overhaul in many years, HRO Today readers, advertisers, and sponsors now have a dynamic platform to tell stories, report news, and deliver important messages to the top-level HR leaders that comprise the HRO Today audience.

Visit www.hrotoday.com to enjoy and experience the site personally.

Contact:

Jason Frenchman

SharedXpertise Media

215-606-9557, ext. 103

jason.frenchman@sharedxpertise.com

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