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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As the world grapples with the ongoing pandemic and the candidate pool shrinks more every day, a critical need has risen for a clear and transformational recruitment strategy. SHL, the global leader in people science and technology, and Two Heads Consulting, founded by Matt Alder and Mervyn Dinnen, studied the current state of recruitment and produced a paper that identified six clear opportunities for creating a superior candidate experience.
Degreed was among the select companies that Forrester invited to participate in The Forrester Wave: Learning Management Systems and Experience Platforms, Q4 2021. In this evaluation, Degreed was cited as a Leader and its top scores were in the talent ecosystem integration, product vision, execution roadmap, and commercial model criteria.
NICE Adds Powerful Innovations To Optimize Workforce Management And Improve Experiences For Digital Consumers
The massive increase in digital channel adoption has added significant complexity to workforce management forecasting and scheduling. To help organizations address this development, NICE announced that its workforce management solution now includes extensive innovation that helps organizations optimize digital channel management and improve customer and employee experiences. In addition, version 7.4 of NICE Workforce Management (WFM) also includes sophisticated new capabilities across the suite, including NICE WFM Enhanced Strategic Planner, delivering advanced planning flexibility, forecasting accuracy, scheduling efficiency, business agility, and increased employee engagement.
Social Media Marketing Professional Development Courses From University Of Phoenix Expedite Upskilling
The Great Resignation continues to be part of the landscape for today’s workforce as many working adults are ready to shift their career focus and strategy. During National Career Development Month, University of Phoenix shares that it has expanded its support for learning autonomy and in-demand skills with new social media marketing Professional Development Courses. These courses are designed to help busy adults develop career-ready skills in growing fields within a short time.
GreenPath Financial Wellness Employee Recognized As 2021 Outstanding Advocate By The National Foundation For Credit Counseling
The National Foundation for Credit Counseling® (NFCC®) proudly honored six individuals and an NFCC Member agency for their accomplishments in pursuit of excellence and promotion of consumer financial health. The awardees were announced at the NFCC’s Awards of Excellence live streaming event on November 18th, 2021. Among those recognized as 2021 Outstanding Advocate is Omari Hall, Learning Experience Designer for GreenPath Financial Wellness, whose passion for helping others has made a positive impact on underrepresented communities in Detroit.