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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Skillsoft, a global leader in corporate digital learning, announced that it has achieved Workday Cloud Connect for Learning Integration status, providing customers with a seamless integration that connects Workday Learning with Skillsoft Percipio.
Workday Learning engages employees in development through a personalized, contextual platform while arming businesses with the agility and insight needed to drive workforce readiness.
“We’re expanding our partnership with Skillsoft at a time when enterprises and their learners have an unprecedented need for accessing on-demand training and development resources,” said David Somers, Group General Manager, Office of the Chief Human Resource Officer, Workday. “Skillsoft has been an outstanding partner and the opportunity to strengthen our relationship while driving increased business value, learner engagement, and administrative efficiency for our customers was a natural next step.”
ServiceNow announced it has signed an agreement to acquire Hitch Works, a skills mapping and intelligence company. Hitch will add a new layer of AI-powered skills insights to the industry-leading Now Platform to help customers address talent gaps by tying employee learning and development to workforce planning. Companies will be able to more effectively match people to projects – all from a single platform.
Asurint has announced its latest technology partnership for the staffing industry. The company’s pre-employment background screening services will be seamlessly incorporated into AkkenCloud’s Staffing Software, onboarding and management tool.
AkkenCloud’s robust Staffing and Recruitment Software Platform is a natural match for Asurint’s fast, comprehensive and streamlined background screenings. Both companies supply recruiters with customizable workflows, automation technology, and reporting analytics. Customers will benefit from the many features of Asurint and AkkenCloud through a single source.
Benevity Launches New Product To Help Companies Amplify Diversity, Equity, Inclusion And Belonging Initiatives
Benevity Inc., a leading provider of global corporate purpose software, unveiled Benevity Affinity Groups, Benevity’s inclusion product that helps companies scale, manage and track their employee resource groups (ERGs) and other affinity group programs to drive diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging efforts like never before. Integrated with Spark — the company’s award-winning employee engagement solution that enables giving, volunteering and positive actions — this new offering allows employees to create trusted content and have informed discussions about difficult topics such as race and gender, helping to raise awareness and drive positive change and collective impact on issues and causes they care about. Benevity Affinity Groups was launched at the company’s annual conference, Goodness Matters.
BrainStation, the global leader in technology skills training, is proud to announce a significant expansion of its New York operations, including a 35,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art campus in the city’s SoHo neighborhood, and a multi-year investment of over $20 million in local growth initiatives.
The expanded BrainStation headquarters more than triples campus space for the company, offering two floors of classrooms, broadcast studios, and event spaces in SoHo, which has transformed over recent years into a fast-growing innovation hub in the city.
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