HR Technology Highlights – HR Tech Daily Round-Up For 15 December 2022

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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43% Of Deskless Workers Are Looking For A New Job

Approximately 70% to 80% of the world’s labor force is made up of “deskless” workers: employees whose jobs are tied to a location or can’t be done remotely. Industries such as health care, manufacturing, logistics, food production, hospitality, and retail rely heavily on deskless workers.

Texas Public Employees Association Makes Urgent Call For State Of Texas Leaders To Slow Employee Turnover

With the recent release of the State Auditor’s report on turnover in the state workforce in FY 2022, Texas Public Employees Association is sounding an urgent alarm and calling on state leaders to take aggressive steps to slow down employee turnover and stabilize the state workforce.

Salary.Com Announces Mercer Reseller Agreement, Expanding Availability Of Trusted Compensation Data

Salary.comthe market leader in cloud-based compensation software and data solutions, announced a reseller agreement with Mercer, a leading global HR consulting and asset management firm. The agreement makes Mercer surveys available to’s 8,000+ survey and B2B software subscribers.

WorkRamp Announces New CRO & VP Of Engineering To The Executive Leadership Team

WorkRamp’s vision is to redefine the corporate learning category with its All-in-One Learning Platform that puts people first and helps teams tie learning to overall business impact. WorkRamp helps companies unlock their true potential growth and attract, develop and retain top talent by offering a people-centric platform that powers engaging learning experiences for employees and customers.

Infosys And WSJ Intelligence Report: Despite Economic Downturn, Employees Still Hold Power In Workplace

Infosys a global leader in next-generation digital services and consulting, and WSJ Intelligence, a leading analytics platform that provides timely, custom research and insights for brands, today released a new report — ‘The New Workplace’ — uncovering the biggest trends and priorities that will drive the workplace in 2023 and beyond. The report reveals tangible gains made in productivity, improved employee experiences from hybrid work, and the need for a purpose-driven approach to recruiting, company culture, and business strategy.