HR Technology Highlights – HR Tech Daily Round-Up For 23November 2022

Welcome to the HR Tech Roundup. We have gathered the top HR trends for 2021 with different HR categories like Employee Engagement,, Training and Development, Career Development and Artificial Intelligence.

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84 Lumber To Morgantown Hiring Event On November 29, Seeks To Fill Immediate Job Openings

84 Lumber, the nation’s largest privately held building materials supplier, is recruiting for five immediate openings in Morgantown, WV, as it seeks to fill job openings across its enterprise. Job seekers can interview for open positions at a hiring event on at the company’s Morgantown location (3214 Earl L Core Rd, Morgantown, WV 26508). The company’s Morgantown location employs more than 30 people in the region.

ENow Helps Solve Microsoft Teams Call Quality Issues

ENow, an Monitoring & Reporting technology platform, announced a new Microsoft Teams Call Quality Monitoring & Reporting module that enables CIOs and their engineering teams to solve their users’ Microsoft Teams call quality issues and improve their governance posture.

Calix Will Rapidly Expand Talent At India Development Center To Accelerate Innovation Of Cloud And Software Platforms For Broadband Service Providers

Calix, Inc. announced it is launching a recruitment drive to expand its research and development (R&D) staffing in India, starting immediately. Calix President and Chief Executive Officer Michael Weening made the announcement to attendees at the Broadband Tech Day 2022 conference held at the Radisson Blu hotel in Bangaluru on November 3. Calix launched its 21,000-square-foot Calix India Development Center (CIDC) in Bangaluru in May 2022 to expand R&D, commercial operations, and marketing to support the next phase of the company.

Talos Expands EMEA Team With Key Sales & Business Development Hires

New Cybersecurity Workforce Development Program Launched By Info-Tech Research Group To Close Skill Gaps Amid Talent Shortages

As cyber risks remain rampant, the cybersecurity talent shortage continues to be a global challenge, leaving organizations vulnerable to attacks that could significantly impact the business. To help organizations build skills internally and upskill existing IT team members into cybersecurity roles, international IT research and advisory firm Info-Tech Research Group has launched a new Cybersecurity Workforce Development program.