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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Securian Financial Selected As Recordkeeper For Strategic Retirement Partner’s Wellthbuilder Pooled Employer Plan
Strategic Retirement Partners (SRP), an industry leading retirement plan consulting services firm, has selected Securian Financial as the pooled plan provider and recordkeeper for their WELLthBUILDER Pooled Employer Plan (PEP).
Created by the federal SECURE Act, PEPs allow unrelated companies and organizations to band together to create a single 401(k) retirement plan for all their combined employees. PEPs offer employers the potential to offload their retirement plan’s fiduciary and administrative responsibilities while combining their purchasing power with other employers to negotiate lower plan fees.
Talent Works: Hiring Taking Double Or Triple The Time And Hampering Business Performance, Survey Reveals
Delays to hiring are having a negative impact on business performance, according to 58% of HR managers. Sixty per cent of HR leaders say it’s taking significantly longer to hire people compared to 2019.
That’s according to leading Recruitment Processing Outsourcing (RPO) provider Talent Works, which surveyed 400 HR leaders on their experiences on recruitment and employment in 2022 in the US and UK. The survey found that half of HR leaders say it’s taking double the time to hire talent as compared to 2019, and a further 21% say it’s taking triple the time. The leading reason (28%) is reported as ‘challenges in finding quality candidates’.
The leader in cloud-based compensation management software—announced a partnership with Modulus Data, the leading expert in Human Resources data integration. Modulus Data will build connectors that enable beqom to function as the compensation module of HR/HCM software suites, allowing any company with a digital HR platform to benefit from best-of-breed compensation management.
Chad Holsclaw has joined Alliant Insurance Services as Vice President within its Employee Benefits Group. In this position, Holsclaw will deliver high-value, analytics-backed benefits solutions that enhance organizational efficiencies and strengthen financial performance. Holsclaw is based in Little Rock, Arkansas and will also work out of the Dallas, Texas and Memphis, Tennessee Alliant office locations.
WorkRamp, the All-in-One Learning Platform helping businesses and their employees unlock their true growth potential –has announced it has acquired The Enablement Squad, one of the largest online open communities of enablement professionals whose mission is to engage, educate, and empower enablement leaders across the globe.
“This is one of the most electrifying moments for The Enablement Squad. Our goal has been to always provide enablement leaders and practitioners a space where they’re able to share best practices, ask questions, and ultimately support one another,” says Matt Scheitle, Co-Founder of The Enablement Squad. “This partnership will allow us to further our mission to connect enablement professionals everywhere.”
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