About Marc S. Miller
MARC S. MILLER'S visibility in the HR TECHNOLOGY INDUSTRY makes him a “name” – recognized nationally.
Marc S. Miller
MARC S. MILLER is a nationally known independent consultant on all aspects of technology solutions for Human Resources. His consulting firm, a sole proprietorship, now in its 38th year, and his industry visibility and New Yorker attitude, has made Marc S. Miller one of the HR Technology industry’s most recognized, invigorating and creative voices. He uses his thought leadership, significant industry experience and contacts to provide insight into the important trends surrounding HR Technology. In great demand, Marc has been a featured speaker and presenter at numerous HR and HCM technology meetings both industry focused and at many HRMS providers User Conferences.
Marc is a sought after guest for HR and HR Technology Podcasts, including: WorkMatters, HR Rebel, HRBytes, SavvyEntrepreneur, HR DataLabs, HR Inside/Out (all in 2020-2022), HRCI’s Webinar Series – Alchemizing HR – Oct 2023 – 2400 live attendees.
He is a founding member of the NYC IHRIM Association chapter. In 1995, he received IHRIMS’ highest National award, its “Summit Award” for overall industry contributions.
Besides consulting with his clients on HR Technology strategies and software evaluations, Marc is an Adjunct Professor teaching HR Management and Systems, Talent Management Systems in the MBA programs at NYU – Tandon School of Engineering, and Manhattan College .
He is a frequent and often the “Keynote” speaker at numerous HR and HCM technology meetings – both industry focused and at many HRMS software providers’ User Conferences.
His blogs and webinars are always well viewed and attended.
His prior book, now in its second edition, “The Death of HR: Who Killed H. (Harriet) R. (Rose) Job? – a cautionary tale and a Detective Story” provides insights and actions for all members within the HR workforce is available on his website, his publisher – Publish Your Purpose Press’ website, and on Amazon.
His newest book “IMMORTALHR: The Death and Resurrection of Ms. H. (Harriet) R. (Rose) Job” continues her career journey.