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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Concrete, an employee engagement and task management platform, and Legion Technologies, the pioneer in AI-powered workforce management, announced LaborSafe, a new schedule-aware integration between their technologies that will enable Concrete customers to embrace a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) approach for hourly workers, without fear of labor law contravention.
CEIPAL, an industry-leading talent management platform, launched the industry’s first AI-driven solution to address diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) within any organizations’ workforce and across all talent acquisition sources. CEIPAL’s groundbreaking, patent-pending DEI solution leverages advanced AI technology to empower hiring organizations with complete visibility into their own workforce and hiring processes, then helps to fill any diversity gaps.
EdCast announced EdCast Integration Hub, its innovative integration framework that enables EdCast and customers to launch new and existing integrations faster. The company made this announcement and will demonstrate the Integration Hub at its 7th Annual Future of Work Summit, which kicks off today.
Asurint, a leading provider of background checks and screening solutions, and a member of Oracle Partner Network (OPN), announced Asurint is available on Oracle Cloud Marketplace for its integration with Oracle Fusion Cloud Recruiting, part of Oracle Cloud Human Capital Management (HCM).
IntelyCare, the largest staffing platform for nursing professionals seeking post-acute per-diem positions, announced that it is furthering its commitment to the wellbeing of its nurses by teaming up with TaskHuman, an app that connects users to a global community of live specialists in nearly 1,000 categories of daily work and personal life.