HR Technology Highlights – HR Tech Daily Round-Up For 24 September 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:

Simplilearn In Partnership With Meta Immersive Learning Launches Program In Spark Ar Studio

 Simplilearn, a global digital skills training provider, announced its partnership with Meta Immersive Learning to launch Spark AR to provide a comprehensive understanding of the skills required to create basic effects using augmented reality. Through Meta Immersive Learning, Meta is investing $150 million to help develop the next generation of creators, fund high quality immersive experiences and increase access to learning through technology.

Brandon Hall Group Launched Study On The Current And Future State Of The Performance Review

Brandon Hall Group, the leading independent HCM research and analyst firm, launched a study on September 20 to understand how and why employers are currently using the performance review, and what the best practices are for the future of the performance review.

Salaries In Finance & Accounting On The Rise As Executives Adapt To Fluctuating Market Pressures, Says New Randstad USA Report

According to a new report from Randstad USA, finance and accounting professionals remain in the driver’s seat of the labor market, with demand rising for roles like financial analysts and staff accountants. Other positions requiring similar skills that are especially in demand include accounting managers, controllers, and payroll coordinators/clerks.

Criteria Releases 2022 Hiring Benchmark Report To Explore How Modern Organizations Hire

Criteria, a talent success company dedicated to helping organizations make evidence-based talent decisions, released its fifth annual Hiring Benchmark Report. ​​Every year, Criteria surveys hiring professionals from across all industries to learn more about how they attract, hire, and retain their teams.

Hybrid Work Is Spurring Bigger, Smarter, Greener Offices

Physical offices aren’t going anywhere: Capterra research reveals that 76% of companies have moved or plan to move to a larger office to meet the unique needs of hybrid work.Contrary to conventional wisdom in the remote work era, companies are increasing their office footprints. Capterra’s Office Trends Survey reveals that most organizations are moving to larger office spaces and reimagining functional design by integrating tech and green spacese.