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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Accenture has made a strategic investment, through Accenture Ventures, in Beamery, a London-based startup that uses artificial intelligence (AI) technology to help the world’s largest companies attract, engage and retain talent at a global scale.
IBM Collaborates With 30 Organizations To Re-Skill & Connect The Workforce With Real Career Opportunities
At VivaTech, IBM CEO Arvind Krishna announced a new collaboration with 30 global organizations including governments, community colleges, non-profits, and employment agencies, focused on helping underserved populations improve their skills and employability.
Coding Dojo, a global technology education company, announces its partnership with AXSOS Academy in Ramallah to train young Palestinians for careers in tech through coding bootcamps, supported by the Palestinian government.
YOOBIC, the all-in-one digital workplace for frontline teams, announced a new partnership with Athletico, a leading physical therapy (PT) group with more than 540 locations and 5,000 employees across the United States. With Athletico’s growth and market expansion aspirations, YOOBIC’s digital task management and communication solutions will help deliver consistent operational excellence and empower clinic staff to optimize patient care.
Calabrio, the customer experience intelligence company, has announced the availability of its cloud workforce engagement management (WEM) platform via a local point of presence in Singapore. The new regional WEM cloud service will support the growing demand in Southeast Asia for cloud-first contact centre services from local enterprises as well as global organisations looking to move into the region.