Welcome to the HR Tech Roundup. We have gathered the top HR trends for 2021 with different HR categories like Employee Engagement, e-Learning, Training and Development, Employee wellness, Career Development and Artificial Intelligence.
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Indeed, the world’s number one job site, announced Svenja Gudell, PhD as Chief Economist. Gudell will lead the Indeed Hiring Lab, an international team of economists who drive the global labor market conversation through timely research using Indeed’s proprietary data and publicly available sources.
Brandon Hall Group, the leading independent HCM research and analyst firm, is launching a survey to understand the challenges organizations face developing a hybrid workforce, how they are addressing and overcoming them.
Namely, the leading HR platform for mid-sized companies, shared details of its upcoming SpeakHer Mind events, kicking off later this month. The popular program works to amplify diverse voices and insights, offers access to valuable resources, and cultivates a community of women and advocates who seek to empower one another’s personal and professional development.
LumApps, a recognized leader in the Employee Experience Platform market, is now integrated with Box, the leading Content Cloud. The LumApps Employee Experience platform enables companies to design fully branded digital workplaces that are tailored to the unique governance and structural requirements of each organization. Further, LumApps delivers a fully personalized, digital employee experience for everyone in the company across all devices.
Playvox, the leading provider of workforce engagement management solutions for the digital-first and CRM-centric contact center, announced it has acquired Prodsight, a SaaS provider of AI-driven customer interaction analytics.
Simpplr, the leading employee experience platform for internal communications, HR, and IT professionals, has named Parag Kulkarni its Chief Technology Officer (CTO) to further accelerate its growth as the premier EX platform.
Microsoft Corp. released a Work Trend Index Special Report, “Technology Can Help Unlock a New Future for Frontline Workers,” and announced new features in Microsoft Teams and Microsoft Viva designed to serve millions of frontline workers.