HR Technology Highlights – HR Tech Daily Round-Up For 28-July-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:

Matrix360 Helps Canadian Businesses Implement Inclusive Workplace Strategies Post-Pandemic

As Canadian businesses recover from the pandemic’s effect on the economy and the workplace, many leaders are wrestling with implementing strategies that address and increase diverse representation. But most are employing misguided strategies to improve diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI), according to Matrix360, a premier Toronto-based talent management and workplace strategy firm.

Kona Announces $4Million Seed Funding to Help Remote Teams Become “People-First”

Kona, the employee experience platform for remote teams,announced it has closed a $4 million seed funding round led by Unusual Ventures with participation from Evolutionary Ventures, the venture arm of Silicon Valley executive coaching company Evolution, 2.12 Angels, Louis Beryl, David CarricoJames Beshara, Amazon exec Jeff Wilke, and more.

Crosschq and TopFunnel Join Forces to Help Organizations Improve Recruiting Outcomes

Crosschq, pioneers of the Talent Intelligence Cloud that is powering a revolution in data-driven hiring and people analytics, and TopFunnel, a complete platform that empowers candidate engagement and sourcing across all channels, today announced their partnership.

Randstad USA Earns Perfect Score on the Disability Equality Index for Three Years in a Row

Randstad USA announced that it has earned a perfect score of 100 on the 2022 Disability Equality Index from the American Association of People with Disabilities (AAPD) and Disability:IN. This is the third consecutive year that Randstad has achieved this top score.

More Canadian Companies Taking “Wait and See” Approach to Hiring Amid Economic Uncertainty

Half of Canadian companies (50%) say they need more employees but do not have the capacity to hire, according to a recent survey from The Harris Poll commissioned by Express Employment Professionals.

Large companies (100+ employees) are significantly more likely than small businesses (fewer than 10 employees) to cite the need for additional staff but have the inability to hire (63% vs. 38%).