Welcome to the HR Tech Roundup. We have gathered the top HR trends for 2021 with different HR categories like Employee Engagement,, Training and Development, Employee wellness, Career Development and Artificial Intelligence.
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Pod announced the closure of a $2.5M funding round for its AtlasJobs HR-Tech SaaS platform. AtlasJobs, launched in Q2 2022, was developed alongside corporations who are focused on building sustainable talent pathways and serves as a white-label talent engagement and management platform. The platform delivers an interactive job-finding experience allowing its users to discover, explore, and engage directly with career opportunities. This funding round was led by PACA Ventures and brings the total investment in Pod to $7.5M.
HR for Health announced the launch of their first-ever free HR Hotline. The HR Hotline will be open to employers every as part of National HR Compliance Awareness Month.This milestone is a notable move for HR for Health on its mission to help healthcare practices operate and grow while mitigating the legal jeopardy of HR noncompliance.
Udemy a company dedicated to improving lives through learning,announced that Sustainalytics, a Morningstar company and leading environmental, social and governance (ESG) research, ratings and data firm, ranked the company number one in the Internet Software and Services sub-industry for the second year in a row.
Visier, the globally recognized leader in people analytics and on-demand answers for people-powered business,announced a new partnership with HR.com, the largest online community of human resources (HR) practitioners, designed to support the growing demands on HR professionals to unlock the value of their organizations’ people data.
Slight Reduction In New Jobs Expected For October As Workforce Activity Declines Begin To Steepen, Labor Market Cooling Continues
The UKG Workforce Activity Report for shows the total number of shifts worked by people at U.S. businesses decreased 0.9% since September 2022 while the monthly index dropped half a point to 97.1, reflecting a steady cooling of the labor market entering the fourth quarter of 2022. Continued declines in retail shift volume — spanning four consecutive months, the industry’s longest negative streak since before the pandemic.