HR Technology Highlights – HR Tech Daily Round-Up For 19-July-2022

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.

Catch more in this HR and HR Tech highlight:

AI Workforce Development: Opportunities for the Emerging Vietnam’s Companies

The word “artificial intelligence” has just started to gain public attention in Vietnam in the last ten years, according to Dr. Phong Nguyen – Chief AI Officer, FPT Software. Within a short time, the country and one of its most prominent IT companies – FPT Software have encouraged a surge in both interest and investment in AI.

Appspace Unveils First Workplace Experience Platform to Unite the Physical and Digital Workplace

Appspace, the leading provider of workplace experience software,announced the completion of its business integration of intranet software leader, Beezy. This integration makes Appspace the first and only workplace experience platform, bringing together enterprises’ physical and digital workplaces to keep in-person and remote teams connected, informed, and engaged.

TrialWire Technology Platform Announces Success-based Patient Recruitment Plan

TrialWire(TM) Technology Platform, the fastest and most secure digital patient recruitment Platform for trial rescue powered by Salesforce Health Cloud, announced the launch of its success-based recruitment plan.With clinical budgets and investment funds tightening globally, TrialWire is supporting the biotech drug development sector with a success-based patient recruitment solution.

Bullhorn Acquires SourceBreaker To Enable Customers To Find the Best Talent

Bullhorn, the cloud computing company that helps staffing and recruiting organizations transform their businesses,announced that it has acquired SourceBreaker, a successful Bullhorn Marketplace partner and fast-growing provider of market-leading search and match solutions.

Job Seeker Activity Continues at a Solid Pace, New Research by CompTIA Reveals

The U.S. workforce remains on the move with one-fourth of the labor market actively pursuing a career change, according to a new report published by CompTIA, the nonprofit association for the technology industry and workforce.

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