HR Technology Highlights – HR Tech Daily Round-Up For 21-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.

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Bullhorn Accelerates Commitment to Talent Experience with New Product Investments

Amidst an extended talent shortage and heated competition, staffing firms are struggling to meet client expectations as many open jobs go unfilled. Firms are increasingly investing in innovative ways to build new talent relationships and strengthen existing ones. In an effort to empower firms to build deeper relationships throughout the entire talent journey, Bullhorn today announced the Bullhorn Talent Platform.

AMS Launches Full-Service High-Volume Recruitment Solution to Meet Hiring Challenges

AMS a global provider of talent outsourcing and advisory services, launched its High-Volume Recruitment Process Outsourcing (RPO) solution to deliver large-scale hiring to clients nationwide. Research shows that 65% of companies have high-volume recruitment needs and this percentage is only expected to increase due to ongoing employee turnover.

iCIMS Introduces Enhanced Labor Market Data and Advisory Offerings

iCIMS, the talent cloud company, announced the launch of iCIMS Insights+ and iCIMS Insights Advisor subscription programs to provide a deeper look into industry trends, real-time changes in the labor market and opportunities to connect with the greater talent community.

Sage and Microsoft Expand Partnership to Simplify Workflows for Small and Medium Businesses

Sage, the leader in accounting, financial, HR and payroll technology for small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs), has announced an expanded partnership with Microsoft. The news includes plans to integrate Microsoft Business Products, including Microsoft 365 and Microsoft Teams, as embedded services in Sage products and the Sage Digital Network.

OperationsInc Survey Reveals HR’s Role Becoming Broader, More Strategic Within Companies

OperationsInc, one of the nation’s largest human resources consulting firms, revealed  via a survey of 500 U.S. business leaders that more than half (54%) say that Human Resources (HR) plays a more strategic role in their company than it did before the pandemic. Nearly three in four (70%) say that HR has taken on a more significant role overall in their company, either strategically, administratively, or both, while less than one-third (29%) say that the role of HR at their company is the same today as it was before COVID-19.

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