HR Technology Highlights – HR Tech Daily Round-Up For 27th June 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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isolved Announces Benchmark Insights – Turns People Cloud Data into Intelligence

The number-one reason employees applied for a new job in the last year is because they wanted a higher salary according to a survey of nearly 1,000 full-time employees in the U.S. With 49 percent of employees planning to explore their options this year, businesses need a better way to identify what levers to pull to keep top talent including having real-time access to salary benchmark data and potential churn indicators.

bswift’s Strategic Partnership Program Simplifies HR, Optimizes Benefits Offerings

bswift, a leading employee benefits administration company, has announced the expansion of its partnership program to include a curated set of trusted providers across the well-being spectrum as well as an open architecture format for employers to bring existing partnerships to the program.

Insight Survey Finds Employee Productivity Fueling Generative AI Adoption

A survey conducted by The Harris Poll on behalf of Insight Enterprises, a Fortune 500 Solutions Integrator focused on driving client success through digital transformation, finds that within the next three years, most business leaders expect to adopt generative AI to make employees more productive (72%) and enhance customer service (66%).

Bringg and Ubeya Partner to Tackle Workforce Shortages

Bringg, the leading Delivery Management Platform (DMP) provider, announced a partnership with Ubeya, a Workforce Management Platform specializing in shift-based placements, improving engagement, and increasing worker retention.

Investment in Employee Experience, Cloud and AI Drives Improved CX, NTT Report Shows

NTT Ltd., a leading IT infrastructure and services company, has launched its 2023 Global Customer Experience Report, which reveals that customer experience (CX) remains a top C-suite prioritywith 95% of organizations now having a named C-suite executive responsible for this business area. At the same time, employee experience (EX) has risen in importance to become a top-3 priority for CEOs.

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