HR Technology Highlights – HR Tech Daily Round-Up For 26 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:
Infosys a global leader in next-generation digital services and consulting, inaugurated the Infosys Digital Centre in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Infosys also announced it would bring 1,000 jobs to Calgary over the next two years, doubling its original commitment from when the company first expanded into the region in 2021. This will support the company’s growth across Canada as it also plans to double its total workforce commitment in the country to 8,000 employees by 2024.
Janus International Promotes Rebecca Castillo To Vice President Of Human Resources And Elliot Kahler To General Counsel
Janus International Group Inc. a leading global manufacturer and supplier of turn-key building solutions and new technology for the self-storage industry, announced the appointments of Rebecca Castillo to Vice President of Human Resources and Elliot Kahler to General Counsel.
Simply Business Partners With BiBERK To Offer Workers’ Compensation Coverage To Small Business Customers
Simply Business, LLC., a Boston-based digital insurance agency focused on small businesses, announced the launch of a partnership with biBERK Business Insurance, a Berkshire Hathaway company, to offer workers’ compensation products online to small business owners in the United States.
Coalition Of Nearly 50 Organizations Launches ‘Tear The Paper Ceiling’ Campaign To Raise Awareness Around The 70+ Million Workers In The U.S. Skilled Through Alternative Routes (STARs)
Nonprofit organizations the Ad Council and Opportunity@Work, alongside nearly 50 national organizations and companies, launched Tear the Paper Ceiling. Announced at an event co-hosted with LinkedIn, the national public service advertising (PSA) campaign calls on businesses and decision makers to remove the barriers blocking 50% of workers in the U.S. from accessing upward mobility. The PSAs encourage employers and workers alike to join the movement to tear the “paper ceiling” – the invisible barrier that comes at every turn for workers without a bachelor’s degree.
University Of Phoenix Tuition Guarantee Remains In Place Throughout Pandemic And Economic Uncertainty
The University of Phoenix tuition guarantee, established in 2018, continues to provide relief from rising tuition costs across higher education to students, delivering affordable and competitive tuition costs that are transparent and easy to understand. Under the tuition guarantee, enrolled students lock in their tuition for the duration of their degree program. Undergraduate degrees at University of Phoenix have been locked in at $398 per credit and master’s degrees have been locked in at $698 per credit since 2018.