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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McLean & Company, the trusted partner of HR and leadership professionals globally, has published a new guide to help organizations combat racism by actively identifying and removing barriers faced by racialized persons. This timely and comprehensive research blueprint will enable HR leaders and people managers to be more conscious of the lived experiences of all team members.
Today, Texthelp, a global leader in literacy and assistive technology, released new survey results on how US and UK businesses are supporting neurodivergent employees. The survey, which shows growing acceptance and support for neurodiverse employees, is based on responses from nearly 300 HR and D&I professionals throughout the US and UK.
RISE with SAP will allow Microsoft to deploy new capabilities and technologies faster and run its business on a flexible cloud-first solution that is integrated with the other cloud solutions from SAP that Microsoft uses.
Virgin Pulse, the leading global digital-first health and wellbeing company, announced it will host Thrive Summit 2022 in Austin, TX in-person and virtually April 26-28, 2022. At a time when companies are facing nearly 50% attrition and at risk of burning out their employees and businesses, Virgin Pulse is bringing together HR leaders from Fortune 500 companies and beyond for thought-provoking sessions, peer learning, and healing. More than 750 people will participate in the multi-day immersive learning experience centered around the theme, “Wellbeing Amplified.”
As Part Of A National Initiative, Amazon Announces Partnership With Lanier Technical College And Atlanta Technical College For Career Choice, Providing Fully Funded Tuition For Hourly Employees
Today, Amazon announced that the company will partner with Lanier Technical College and Atlanta Technical College to provide fully funded college tuition to their hourly employees as part of the expanded Career Choice program.