HR Technology Highlights – HR Tech Daily Round-Up For 26th September 2023

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,Career Development and Artificial Intelligence.

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True Search Launches Sustainability Practice In EMEA And APAC

True, the premier global platform of innovative talent management products and services, announced today the launch of the True Search Sustainability practice in EMEA and APAC. Partner Kate Goodall will lead the practice advising clients across public and private markets on the development of their respective sustainability strategies and the recruitment of the best, most relevant talent.

HiBob Enhances Payroll Hub With Choice Of Benefits Administration Solutions

HiBob, the company behind Bob, the HR platform transforming how organizations operate in the modern world of work, is pleased to announce the integration of notable benefits administration provider bswift, into its versatile Payroll Hub. This much anticipated  collaboration marks a significant advancement in the HR landscape, offering US customers flowing and efficient solutions to manage all their benefits administration needs.

IT MSP Integris Appoints Chief People Officer

IT Managed Service Provider, Integris, announced the appointment of new Chief People Officer (CPO), Debbie Lawrence. The position serves as the leader of the Human Resources department and helps promote and maintain a people-first company culture. Lawrence’s appointment reflects Integris’ unwavering commitment to its more than 600 employees, their work fulfillment and career paths.

FMC Corporation Names Jacqueline Scanlan As New Chief Human Resources Officer

Simplilearn Joins Forces With University Of California San Diego Division Of Extended Studies To Accelerate Digital Skills Training

Simplilearn, the world’s #1 online boot camp for digital skills training announced a partnership with the University of California San Diego (UC San Diego) Division of Extended Studies to bring enhanced digital economy skills training to professionals and students in the United States, providing them the competitive advantage for well-paying, in-demand jobs in the state of California and beyond.

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