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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Crosschq, pioneers of the Talent Intelligence Cloud powering a revolution in data-driven hiring and people analytics, announced Margot Mazur as Head of Business Development and Partnerships. In her role at Crosschq, Mazur will manage and optimize partner channels, develop a partner strategy, and collaborate across marketing and cross-channel initiatives.
StaffCircle, the cloud-based HR platform that combines performance management and employee engagement, has partnered with management consulting company, Innovate Enterprise Solutions Ltd (IES), to improve employee retention rates and create irresistible company cultures for UK organisations.
As it accelerates its efforts to usher in a zero-carbon future, RMI has appointed two private-sector leaders to support the organization’s continued growth and advance its mission of rapid decarbonization through data, insights and action.
ImaliPay, the one-stop financial platform for Africa’s gig workers, has partnered with pan-African payments company Cellulant, for its payments infrastructure and solutions in Kenya and Nigeria.
The ease of making and receiving payments for freelancers will be greatly improved through this partnership and will change the way gig workers experience making payments.
Crowley has appointed Megan Davidson as Chief People Officer to lead the people, labor and culture strategy across its enterprise. In this role as part of the company’s senior leadership team, Davidson is responsible for Crowley’s leadership as an employer of choice among its various industries and geographies, as well as furthering the company’s commitment to a dynamic employee experience and talent development.