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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New Research From Deloitte Finds C-Suite May Soon Join The Great Resignation, Uncovering Well-Being Is A Top-Down Organizational Concern
Deloitte released a new report in collaboration with independent research firm Workplace Intelligence that explores the C-suite’s role in organizational well-being and examines how an overall poor state of health is affecting retention for workers and executives alike.
Across the globe, both employees and executive-level business leaders are struggling to prioritize their well-being — and for most people, work is to blame. The situation is bad enough that 57% of employees and nearly 70% of the C-suite said they are seriously considering quitting for a job that better supports their well-being.
Unum has a suite of tech-forward solutions in response to the growing needs of employees in a competitive talent market. According to recent Unum research, two of the top HR challenges in the workplace are support for employee’s mental health and employee attraction and retention.
Over half (56%) of U.S. workers said they felt mentally unwell according to Unum research. Polly Nicholas, SVP Unum Solutions said the company is at the center of helping employees when they need time away from work and employers save time when administering benefits.
VidCruiter announced that its end-to-end recruitment platform, Video Interviewing Integration is now available on SAP Store, the online marketplace for SAP and partner offerings. VidCruiter’s platform integrates with SAP SuccessFactors Recruiting, allowing customers to invite candidates to video interviews, skills tests, and other VidCruiter hiring solutions.
Degreed Acquires Learn In To Extend Its Upskilling Offering To Include Longer-Form Programs And Talent Academies
Degreed, the global innovator in professional lifelong learning chosen by more than one in three Fortune 50 companies,announced the acquisition of talent academy platform, Learn In, and the return of Co-founder David Blake as CEO. Blake was previously the Co-founder and CEO of Learn In.
Learn In helps companies establish internal talent academies that bring together all the resources needed for building a highly skilled workforce, including the longer journey of developing deep skills. Learn In’s core features supplement those of the category-defining Degreed LXP (Learning Experience Platform), including a prepaid learning stipend card, a world-class skills marketplace and custom program builder, a tuition benefits manager, and dedicated coaching.
Small and midsize employers largely aren’t offering the benefits employees value most, according to a report released by PeopleKeep, the leader in personalized benefits for small to midsize organizations.
The report, which features data from more than 300 small to midsize employers as well as more than 900 of their employees, unveils discrepancies between the benefits employers offer and the benefits employees actually value.
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