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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Calendly, the modern scheduling platform for high-performing teams and individuals, announced the acquisition of Prelude, a fast-growing recruiting operations platform designed to build an efficient and delightful hiring process. With this acquisition, recruiting teams and hiring leaders will optimize scheduling for interviewers and candidates, ultimately allowing the top SMB to enterprise companies to achieve their talent acquisition goals.
Upwork, the world’s work marketplace, launched its latest brand campaign to address one of the biggest changes in how we work since the invention of the assembly line: the shift away from full-time, in-person work to hybrid workforce models that leverage remote talent.
Global talent solutions leader Randstad Sourceright is pleased to announce its partnership with Deployed – a Scoping and Statement of Work (SOW) authoring software platform – to deliver ‘Services Procurement 360’, a statement of work management service that allows business leaders to strengthen the link between talent acquisition and the utilization of project-based expertise.
Gloat, the leading provider of Workforce Agility, is proud to announce its Workforce Intelligence suite was named a 2022 Top HR Product of the Year by Human Resource Executive. The award was presented at the 2022 HR Technology Conference & Expo in Las Vegas.
Wichita State University Campus of Applied Sciences and Technology (WSU Tech) announced a partnership with the tech talent accelerator SkillStorm that will provide increased access to industry-recognized credentials in high-demand enterprise technologies, including AWS, Salesforce, CompTIA and Pega training.