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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At a time when more than 75% of IT/Tech employers report being unable to hire the people they need, Experis, a global leader in IT professional resourcing and project services and part of ManpowerGroup will work together to train, re-, and upskill people around the world with in-demand IT skills and help them use those new skills to secure employment.
Axonify, a leader in frontline employee training and communications,announced its new strategic relationship with Achievers, an industry-leading employee experience software platform. This strategic relationship will expand Axonify’s existing digital offerings for mutual customers and strengthen the overall frontline employee experience.
Eightfold AI, the leader in AI-powered talent intelligence, announced the appointment of Darren H. Burton as Chief People Officer, effective immediately. Burton joins the Company’s senior leadership team under the direction of Ashutosh Garg, CEO and Co-Founder.
TriNet Zenefits Expands Applicant Tracking And People Analytics Capabilities Through Collaborations With JazzHR And Visier
TriNet, a leading provider of comprehensive human resources for small and medium-size businesses (SMBs), announced enhancement to its wholly-owned subsidiary, TriNet Zenefits’ platform through collaborations with Employ’s JazzHR, a leader in SMB applicant tracking software, and Visier, a leader in people analytics. Recognizing the needs of its customers, TriNet Zenefits is expanding its existing applicant tracking and people analytics capabilities to align with every step of the employment cycle, from recruiting, to administration, to retention.
Verizon Business announced new usability, customization, and analytics features have been added to its BlueJeans Gateway cloud video interop (CVI) solution for Microsoft Teams to deliver a new level of consistency for hybrid workers that are joining Teams meetings from an office location. As organizations look for ways to create collaboration equity across work modes in today’s post-pandemic workplace, the latest updates to the BlueJeans Gateway were designed to drive Teams engagement without needing to replace existing hardware investments.