HR Technology Highlights – HR Tech Daily Round-Up For 27th 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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Virgin Pulse And HealthComp Announce Intent To Merge To Create Comprehensive Employer Health Platform

Virgin Pulse, a leading global digital-first health, wellbeing, and navigation company announced its intent to merge with HealthComp, a next-generation benefits and analytics platform. The merger will create a technology and data powered health platform-as-a-service organization.

Swiftly Bolsters C Suite With Key Leadership Appointments

Swiftly, a best-in-class technology company that delivers omnichannel tools for retailers announced the expansion of its leadership team through the appointments of Karen Short as Board Member and Claire Ko as Chief People Officer. Their strategic addition to the company underscores Swiftly’s commitment to propelling innovation, accommodating growth and cultivating an expansive portfolio.

Code Fellows Partners With JobReady By LearningMate To Provide Industry-Leading Technical Curriculum And Training

Code Fellows, a renowned leader in technical education, is excited to announce a groundbreaking partnership with JobReady by LearningMate, a prominent provider of career-aligned course collections and skills training solutions. This collaboration aims to empower K-12 and adult learners with cutting-edge technical curriculum, enabling them to thrive in high-demand industries and pursue rewarding career opportunities.

Nearly Half Of Small Business Employees Would Rather Have Health Benefits Over A Raise

As inflation continues to drive up the cost of living and pinch Canadians’ pockets, a new study from Blue Cross suggests that health benefits might be worth more than money. The 2023 Blue Cross Small Business Benefits Study found that when offered a raise or a health benefits plan,

Workhuman-Gallup Research Finds Recognition At Work Bolsters Engagement And Shields Employees From Burnout

Workhuman and Gallup released a new Empowering Workplace Culture Through Recognition, which examines the significance of recognition in the workplace as both a foundational element and a catalyst for organizational culture. Employees who strongly agree that recognition.

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