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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The Consumer Goods Forum (CGF) Human Rights Coalition Working to End Forced Labour (HRC), in partnership with AIM-Progress, has released new “Guidance on the Repayment of Worker-paid Recruitment Fees and Related Costs” to support corporate action around the topic of remediating worker-paid recruitment fees.
Cornerstone Research, a leading provider of economic and financial consulting and expert testimony, is pleased to announce that Kristin Leary has joined the firm as chief talent officer. Leary will be based in the firm’s Boston office.Leary brings more than 25 years of experience in the talent management and learning and development fields. She has also led diversity and inclusion initiatives in multiple organizations.
Faced with the unfortunate reality that health care workers are five times more likely to experience nonfatal violence-related injuries on the job compared to those who work in private industries, the Emergency Nurses Association and the American Organization for Nursing Leadership have updated the Guiding Principles on Mitigating Violence in the Workplace and related toolkit that were originally penned in 2015.
MarinHealth announced the selection and promotion of its interim chief human resources officer, Eugene Lewis, who will fill the role of chief human resources officer. Lewis succeeds Linda Lang JD, a former senior leader responsible for all human resources functions at MarinHealth. After nine years of service, Linda has retired, and Eugene will now be leading benefits initiatives, emergency response plans, and labor relations negotiations.
BrightPlan Announces New Service Offerings, Enabling HR To Provide Empathetic Support For Critical Life Events
BrightPlan, a leader in Total Financial Wellness, announced the availability of a new Advisor Portal and further expansion of its menu of service offerings including global country support, retirement readiness and survivor support. The new service offerings enable HR teams to provide empathetic support for critical life events and give employers a competitive edge in attracting, retaining and engaging talent.