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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Businesses in Germany are struggling to recruit due to mandated office returns, with employees moving jobs due to a lack of work life balance and misaligned cultures. That is according to a new study by global workplace creation experts Unispace.
Employees In The United Kingdom Spend Less Time In The Office Than Any Other Country Globally – But Still Want To Reduce This Time Even Further
Workers in the United Kingdom (UK) spend less time in the office than any other country, however they want to further reduce their days as unhappiness with the office grows. That is according to a new study by global workplace creation experts Unispace..
Virginia Technical Academy Revolutionizes Skilled Trades Education With Interplay Learning’s Virtual Reality Simulations
Virginia Technical Academy, a leading institution for skilled trades education, proudly announces its integration of Interplay Learning’s training courses and simulations into its current curriculum. By adopting this innovative technology, the institution aims to enhance hands-on learning experiences for its students to prepare them for careers in the skilled trades.
Eptura Introduces Workplace Intelligence Dashboards In Condeco To Give Insights On Desk And Room Usage
Eptura, the global worktech leader,introduced Condeco Analytics, a new enhancement that consists of in-application reporting on multiple dimensions of workplace data to help real estate and workplace leaders better understand engagement and space occupancy.
TELUS Health’s Mental Health Index Reveals Correlation Of Mental Health To Physical Wellbeing And Access To Adequate Health Care
TELUS health (formerly LifeWorks), a global leader in employee health, released a special report on physical wellbeing as part of its Mental Health Index, revealing that eight percent of workers in the U.S. report a decline in their physical health or face significant physical health challenges, and that these groups have a mental health score 25 points below the national average.