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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Tractor Supply Companythe largest rural lifestyle retailer in the United States,announced significant awards and recognition of its commitment to a strong workplace culture. For the third consecutive year, Tractor Supply was Certified by Great Place to Work, an honor that is recognized worldwide for identifying and recognizing outstanding employee experience. Additionally, the Company earned a spot on both the Nashville Business Journal’s 2022 Best Places to Work and the Tennessean’s 2022 Top Workplaces in Middle Tennessee lists.
Brandon Hall Group, the leading independent HCM research and analyst firm, is launching a study on June 28 to determine how organizations are transforming Learning & Development to drive better individual and organizational outcomes.
“Learning has continued to be the key to building the right skills and capabilities organizations need to be successful. In the future, learning will have to be able to deliver more performance in even less time,” said David Wentworth, Principal Learning Analyst with Brandon Hall Group.
iQor has released the latest version of its mobile app designed to make employees’ lives easier. It offers access to essential information and employee development opportunities to improve the employee experience. The app is available for download on Apple and Android devices.
“We are a trusted partner to many of the world’s top brands, committed to creating a rewarding employee experience for our 35,000+ employees worldwide,” said iQor President and CEO Gary Praznik. “Our mobile app experience enables employees to access the information they need with ease and to promote connections throughout iQor.”
HubEngage Launches All New Intranet Solution To Compliment Employee Mobile Apps, Digital Displays, Emails And SMS Text Capabilities
HubEngage, the leading multichannel unified employee engagement platform recently launched an all new modern connected intranet solution. This all new design includes all the already available powerful features of HubEngage’s platform to reach all employees across any size company.
Continuing in the industry trend of rapid tool consolidation, HubEngage brings all the essential features internal communicators are looking for on a single platform to not only communicate better, but also recognize, reward, get feedback and drive culture all at the same time. This also helps companies cut costs and execute a powerful strategy with all the communication tactics in one easy to use platform solution.
Genpact Study Reveals Hybrid Workplace Dichotomy: Executives Confident They Can Maintain Corporate Culture But Concerned About Employee Experience
Executives are confident they can maintain their culture in a long-term hybrid work environment, but at the same time remain concerned about negative impacts the pandemic has had on employee experience, according to a new study released .a global professional services firm focused on delivering digital transformation.
Conducted with FORTUNE Brand Studio, Tech for Progress 360 is a three-part series analyzing how companies are using technology to drive impact beyond the bottom line. The series examines business progress across three distinct objectives: enhancing workforce culture; delivering environmental sustainability; and achieving diversity, equity, and inclusion.
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