HR Technology Highlights – HR Tech Daily Round-Up For 20-Jun-2022

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.

Catch more in this HR and HR Tech highlight:

VR Pioneer Raises $35Million To Help Workers Explore Careers In High-Growth Industries

Transfr VR (Transfr), best known for pioneering the use of virtual reality to simulate on-the-job training,announced $35 million in Series B funding as it expands into regions and industries most heavily impacted by skills gaps and unemployment. The round was led by Lumos Capital Group, a leading growth equity firm focused on education technology and workforce development. Lumos Capital Group’s co-founder and Managing Partner Victor Hu will join Transfr’s board of directors.

Visier Launches Free Monthly Data On Employee Resignations And Workforce Benchmarking Service

Visier, the globally recognized leader in people analytics and on-demand answers for people-powered business,announced a free monthly report on North American employee movement. These new data findings, refreshed monthly, provide a glimpse into the state of the labor market from the employee’s perspective. Based on 15 million aggregated and anonymized records, this public data source will track employee resignations as a bellwether of labor market health at least one month ahead of data available from the US Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).

Canditech Raises $9 Million Seed Round From Insight Partners And Stageone Ventures To Create A World Without Resumes

Canditech, the Israeli startup helping companies accurately assess job candidates with the world’s first online job-simulation platform, announced that it has raised $9 million in seed funding led by global software investor Insight Partners and StageOne Ventures. The funding will fuel Canditech’s expansion into new markets and help more companies streamline their hiring processes in a bias-free manner.

CallMiner Introduces Combined Workforce Intelligence Capabilities To Elevate Agent Experience And Drive Improved Customer Outcomes

Customer Contact Week Las Vegas 2022, Booth 613–CallMiner, the leading provider of conversation intelligence to drive business improvement,announced new and expanded workforce intelligence capabilities to help organizations improve the performance and experience of contact center and customer service agents, aimed at driving positive customer experiences and business outcomes.

According to Forrester1, “Being a contact center agent has never been more difficult. Call volumes have increased, and while bots are taking some of the heat, that leaves the toughest calls for your agents to handle…Contact centers that don’t focus on significantly improving the agent experience will suffer far more than those that do.”

HES Gamifies The Serious Business Of Employee Financial Literacy

HES, a wellness company specializing in web- and mobile-based employee well-being solutions, announced the launch of the industry’s first game-based employee financial literacy program, Right On the Money.

The program takes the often-intimidating subject of financial education and makes it fun. Players immerse themselves in an interactive game on their desktop or mobile device as they build greater knowledge of personal finance, while gaining confidence in their ability to make smart money decisions.

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