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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Workplace cultures have changed dramatically for 35% of US employees, according to a research report released by Quantum Workplace, a leading provider of comprehensive employee engagement and performance software as well as the leader in data collection for the nationally recognized Best Places to Work Programs.
The company’s latest research report, Unpacking Organizational Culture in a New World of Work, provides a new perspective on the important role company culture plays in organizations – including the impact of remote and hybrid perceptions of culture. The study also highlights areas where leaders need to invest most across their enterprises to attract and retain top talent.
UiPath, a leading enterprise automation software company, announced it has been named to Inc. magazine’s annual list of the Best Workplaces for 2022. It is the third time UiPath has been recognized with the Inc. Best Workplaces award, which evaluates fast-growing American companies that have created exceptional workplaces through vibrant cultures, deep employee engagement, and stellar benefits.
A new study from global employee engagement company Reward Gateway reveals the expectations of employees and goals of HR leaders as they adapt to a post-pandemic world and face record-high inflation rates. The survey of 3,799 employees and HR decision-makers across the UK, US and Australia highlights that employees want support beyond a paycheck.
Half of employees (50%) would like to see increased investment in employee reward and recognition. Additionally, 49% of employees would like their employer to increase investment in mental, physical and financial wellbeing resources.
GlobalLogic Inc., a Hitachi Group company and leader in Digital Engineering, has launched the Women Influencers Program, designed to encourage and enable women employees interested in exploring cross-functional management positions within the technology firm. As part of the company’s focus on DEI (Diversity, Equity, Inclusion), GlobalLogic is aiming for greater diversity at all levels in the workforce across gender, sexual orientation, color, ethnic origin, age and ability. The Women Influencers Program is specifically focused to promote greater gender diversity especially among the company’s leadership ranks. The Program will provide developmental and mentoring opportunities through GlobalLogic’s People Development function and individual business units.
QuickStart Is Excited To Announce A Partnership With UC Santa Barbara Professional And Continuing Education
QuickStart Learning, Inc., the award-winning IT workforce readiness, and career development company, announces a partnership with UC Santa Barbara Professional and Continuing Education to offer online IT bootcamps and certification courses. The bootcamps are offered to prepare students for in-demand fields like cybersecurity, data science, cloud engineering, and AI/ML. The curricula of QuickStart bootcamps are comprehensive, designed to accommodate beginners that are attempting to switch careers and experienced professionals that want to grow their current careers in an IT field.
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