HR Technology Highlights – HR Tech Daily Round-Up For 22-July-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.
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The Johnson Group is revolutionizing the way recruitment is done with a growth rate of 3100%. As one of Northern California’s fastest-growing companies, their recruitment model is designed around providing recruitment solutions for a variety of industries based on the culture, needs, and values of each individual business.
Fueled By Increasing Adoption Of Its Modern Workforce Solutions, Paylocity Sees Increasing Momentum And Recognition Of Its Market-Leading HCM Platform
Facing the dual challenge of rising employee expectations and tight labor markets, organizations prioritizing communication, connection, and collaboration among their employees are increasingly differentiating themselves in how they attract and retain talent and build a culture of loyalty.
Achievers And Contemporary Leadership Advisors (CLA) Announce Partnership To Activate Tech-Enabled Employee Experience
Achievers, an industry-leading employee experience software platform, and Contemporary Leadership Advisors (CLA), a firm of behavioral scientists and business experts who help develop leaders and build adaptive organizations, announce their partnership to help organizations activate a tech-enabled employee experience to increase retention and engagement.
15Five Raises $52 Million Series C, Amplifying Its Foundational Role In Empowering HR Leaders To Retain And Motivate Top Performers
15Five, the company that pioneered continuous performance management, has raised $52M in funding to accelerate growth and continued innovation. Led by Quad Partners with additional funding from previous investors Next47, Origin Ventures, Edison Partners, Matrix Partners, Point Nine Capital, and New Ground Ventures, the Series C round validates 15Five’s proven approach to human-centered talent management and its mission-critical role in achieving a company’s business outcomes.
United States Steel Corporation announced that it received the top score of 100 from the Disability Equality Index (DEI) and is among the “Best Places to Work for Disability Inclusion.” DEI is the premier benchmarking tool to help companies take measurable, tangible actions that achieve disability inclusion and equality.