HR Technology Highlights – HR Tech Daily Round-Up For 07-July-2021

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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Ziotag Brings New AI Capabilities To Zoom Video

Ziotag Inc., a New York-based technology company that uses Artificial Intelligence (AI) to make searching and navigating video and audio content a seamless experience—announces the availability of its product in the Zoom App Marketplace.

Symphony Talent Launches Centralized Hybrid Event Management In SmashFlyX CRM

Symphony Talent, a recruitment marketing technology company that helps recruitment teams automate tasks for efficiency and empower smarter candidate interactions, announced the launch of SmashFlyX Events. This new module centralizes, manages and automates virtual and in-person recruitment events and activities from pre-registration, during event activity through post-event follow-up, and ultimately, conversion to job applicants and hires.

Deskpass Announces International Expansion And Record Level Of Bookings

Deskpass, the platform that is ushering in a new world of remote and hybrid workplaces, announced that the company has launched in Sydney, Australia, the first international city and the fourth new city added to the platform in 2021. The Sydney expansion makes Deskpass the largest on-demand network of bookable workspaces, inviting members into thousands of locations across 26 cities, with additional cities scheduled to be added this year.

Paycom Launches Beti, An Industry-First Employee-Driven Payroll Solution

Paycom Software, Inc., a leading provider of comprehensive, cloud-based human capital management software, has announced the launch of the industry’s first self-service payroll technology allowing employees to do their own payroll, improving data accuracy, oversight and the user experience for businesses and their employees on each payroll cycle.

ServiceNow Announces Jacqui Canney As Company’s New Chief People Officer

ServiceNow, the leading digital workflow company that makes work, work better for people, announced that Jacqui Canney has been named as the company’s new Chief People Officer, leading all aspects of talent strategy, including employee experience, rewards, attraction, retention, development and diversity, inclusion and belonging for ServiceNow’s rapidly growing global workforce of more than 14,000 employees.