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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Careerminds Partners With INROADS To Advance Employment Fairness In Outplacement And Career Transition Services
INROADS, Inc., a global talent and career development leader, partners with Careerminds, a global contemporary outplacement provider, to ensure INROADS alums and interns are well positioned to take advantage of this evolving economy. At its height, joblessness claims in America topped 30 million. The pandemic, and factors that include global trade disputes, have left millions of Americans reeling as they search for employment. Communities of color have disproportionately been impacted.
LogMeIn, Inc., a leading provider of cloud-based solutions such as GoToConnect, GoToMeeting, LastPass and Rescue, announced that it has named former Chief of Staff, Chris Perrotti, to serve as its first ever Vice President, Digital Workplace and to lead a newly created team. The team will focus on creating an equitable and engaging hybrid working experience at LogMeIn, which has committed to maintaining a remote-centric workforce where employees will be empowered to continue working remotely outside of the traditional office environment.
Verint Extends Leadership In Workforce Management With Launch Of AI-Powered Intelligent Interviewing
Verint, The Customer Engagement Company, announced that it has expanded its Workforce Management (WFM) offering with powerful Intelligent Interviewing capabilities via the acquisition of technology from HireIQ, a proven leader in hiring automation. The acquired technology automates the candidate evaluation process and leverages AI to analyze answers to interview questions, providing insights to help hiring managers make more informed decisions.
Over the past year, businesses and government agencies have become much more aware of the importance of remote collaboration, business continuity, and the unified communication technologies that enable both. They also realized the need to be agile so employees could work from anywhere without sacrificing the customer experience.
RingCentral Inc., a leading provider of global enterprise cloud communications, video meetings, collaboration, and contact center solutions, announced new enhancements to RingCentral Rooms. The enhancements, specific to its video meetings capabilities within RingCentral’s Message Video Phone (MVP) offering and RingCentral Video, the company’s video meetings solution with team messaging, will enable people to connect, communicate, and collaborate seamlessly, whether they are returning to the office or working from anywhere. The new capabilities include voice activated control enabling users to start and join meetings through a touchless experience and the ability to control the meeting from a mobile device. In addition, RingCentral Rooms will now be compatible with Logitech Rally devices and Windows devices and appliances, making RingCentral Rooms accessible to a wider audience.