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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To transform multi-country payroll with the HCM industry’s most adaptable, intelligent experience for multinational businesses, UKG a leading provider of HR, payroll, and workforce management solutions for all people, has reached an agreement to acquire Immedis, a leading global payroll provider with technology and services supporting over 160 countries. The acquisition, subject to closing conditions, is expected to be complete within 60 days.
Cyberbit, the world’s leading platform for cybersecurity education and training, has announced a new Bridge Program aimed at connecting hiring managers with cybersecurity graduates who possess verifiable, hands-on incident response experience. With this new initiative, Cyberbit will be able to bridge the divide between employers and candidates and address one of the major concerns of cybersecurity hiring managers: prior hands-on experience, considered the main criteria for determining whether a cybersecurity candidate is qualified.
University Of Phoenix Collaborates With Ardent Health Services To Provide Education And Tuition Reimbursement For Employees
University of Phoenix has announced an agreement with Ardent Health Services that provides Ardent team members with reduced cost for educational and training opportunities at the University.
Fountain, the leading Labor ATS and provider of hiring automation software for the hourly workforce, announced that it has acquired the IP and talent of Clevy, an international provider of AI conversational technologies for businesses. This partnership integrates Clevy’s cutting-edge AI to help make hiring hourly workers easier and more efficient for recruitment teams, and allows Fountain to strengthen its position as a leading Labor ATS.