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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Jobs for the Future (JFF), a national nonprofit that drives transformation in the American workforce and education systems,announced the launch of JFF Ventures, a new impact investing arm that will manage funds focused exclusively on emerging technologies with the potential to improve economic mobility for workers in low-wage jobs. The new investment arm marks a major expansion of JFF’s growing focus on technology investing and acceleration, building on the organization’s 2019 acquisition and incubation of the Employment Technology Fund (ETF@JFFLabs). To date, JFF has already invested in more than 35 high-impact technology startups through ETF@JFFLabs,
Oracle CloudWorld — To help organizations build better relationships with candidates and more efficiently hire top talent, Oracle is introducing its new talent acquisition solution, Oracle Recruiting Booster. Extending the capabilities of Oracle Fusion Cloud Recruiting, part of Oracle Fusion Cloud Human Capital Management (HCM), Oracle Recruiting Booster can help HR and talent acquisition teams improve engagement with candidates, build communities of top talent, accelerate the hiring process, and personalize the recruiting experience for every candidate.
Topia, the leader in Global Talent Mobility, launched an industry-first remote work solution that enables organizations to support and manage distributed workforces around the world. Topia’s Remote Work Solution automates immigration, tax, social security and other risk assessments and approval workflows so HR can say “yes” to employee remote work requests without commissioning expensive, manual reviews or being drowned in administrative burden.
The days of learning leaders presenting to an in-person group in a conference room are not over, but eight out of ten learning leaders (83%) reported that the burgeoning hybrid workforce is pushing companies to reimagine corporate learning to meet new ways of work, according to new research from Executive Networks and NovoEd. Nearly six in ten (59%) of the 515 learning leaders at large corporations who participated in the survey believe that hybrid learning is becoming a major part of the learning landscape, not just a temporary trend.
Oracle CloudWorld — WellSpan Health, a leading integrated healthcare system, has selected Oracle Fusion Cloud Applications Suite to unify operations and improve business visibility. With Oracle Fusion Applications, WellSpan will be able to integrate its finance, supply chain, and HR processes to improve operational insights, reduce costs, enhance the team member experience, and support its future expansion.