HR Technology Highlights – HR Tech Daily Round-Up For 29-Jun-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:

Submittable Helps Companies Boost Morale By Maximizing Employee Engagement In Corporate Volunteering

Submittable, the software company helping thousands of organizations worldwide launch, manage and measure social impact programs,enhanced its top-rated platform with a new corporate volunteering solution, making it easy, fun and meaningful for employees to participate in corporate social responsibility.

While 90% of companies have a volunteer program in place, and 77% of workers cite these programs as essential to wellbeing, only 17% of employees participate, according to a report from Chief Executives for Corporate Purpose. Submittable addresses this challenge with a platform that makes it easy for employees to engage, and easy for companies to manage.

Namely Selects Ideon To Streamline Digital Employee Benefits Enrollment

Ideon, the API platform powering digital experiences in health insurance and employee benefits, announced that Namely, the leading HR software for mid-sized businesses, has integrated with Ideon’s API. The integration enables Namely to deliver a faster, more efficient benefits administration experience to its clients, across a broad spectrum of insurers.

In order to provide employees with modern features and a smooth enrollment journey, two-way data exchange with insurance carriers is a necessity for HR and benefits platforms. Building individual point-to-point integrations with hundreds of carriers is cost-prohibitive, resource-intensive, and, ultimately, unsustainable. With Ideon, Namely gains a seamless and scalable means to connect and exchange data with multiple insurers.

Nasuni Acquires Storage Made Easy To Bolster Data Management & Remote Work Capabilities

Nasuni Corporation, a leading provider of file data services, announced today it has acquired Storage Made Easy (SME), a leading file data management company that offers remote work and compliance solutions for cloud file storage. Financial details of the transaction are not being disclosed. The acquisition of SME is Nasuni’s second transaction within the last two months following a $60 million investment earlier in the year.

One of today’s biggest challenges for data storage is the ability to make files accessible to users no matter where they are. As organizations continue to support a distributed workforce, access to file data is required, including from home and branch offices as well as field locations that may have limited internet bandwidth. Traditional Network Attached Storage (NAS) does a poor job accommodating file access from anywhere and stores file data in silos making search and analytics impossible.

Worksome Announces The Agency Shortlist Highlighting Best Places For Freelancers To Work

Worksome, an enterprise platform helping corporations compliantly hire and manage contract workers,announced the winners of The Agency Shortlist,an award program meant to highlight agencies that have flexible, human-centric workforces where freelancers are highly valued.

The list, which includes 10 agencies across multiple verticals, was compiled based on a series of criteria meant to showcase agencies that give their workers autonomy, embrace a flexible work style and invest in their freelancers and their happiness.

Poor Tech Experiences Drive Over 30% Of Employees To Consider Quitting, Lakeside Software Digital Workplace Productivity Report Confirms

Lakeside Software, a leader in digital experience management (DEM), announced today the release of its Digital Workplace Productivity Report (the “Report”) 2022, revealing that organizations are struggling to support remote and hybrid employees.

The Report reveals:

  • Employee frustration: with both the technology they interact with every day and the overall IT infrastructure that supports their workplace.
  • Lower output: on average, employees claim they are achieving just 60% of their potential work output because of the suboptimal quality of their overall digital experience.
  • Productivity losses: output is also hindered by regular IT disruption, with employees losing 54 minutes of work time every week due to technical issues.
  • Nascent technology: the role that new technologies, such as digital employee experience (DEX) platforms can play in supporting high-performing, productive teams.

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