HR Technology Highlights – HR Tech Daily Round-Up For 29 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.
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Nava Benefits, a modern employee benefits brokerage tackling the growing complexity of healthcare,announced that Boardriders, a leading action sports and lifestyle company, has chosen Nava as its partner in delivering an expanded and simplified employee benefits platform. Using Nava technology and benefits innovation, Boardriders is expanding services to employees, simplifying benefits administration, and driving more value out of its benefits package.
CareerBuilder Survey Reveals 69% Of Working Adults Are Optimistic About Employer’s Existing DEI Efforts
CareerBuilder, a global talent acquisition leader and job marketplace, shared findings from a recent survey that shows 69% of working adults are optimistic and characterize their employer’s diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) efforts as positive, sharing specific initiatives that are most impactful including employee resource groups (ERGs) that promote a more inclusive workplace.
Employees are seeking security through benefits such as health insurance and pensions in a bid to shore up their future in the face of a fast-changing economic climate. That’s according to the latest Bupa Wellbeing Index – a landmark survey conducted amongst 8,000 UK adults revealing the state of the nation’s health.
Opportunities for individuals to train for jobs in the information technology (IT) field and for employers to build their tech talent pipelines are available in four states through the joint efforts of Spark Mindset and CompTIA Apprenticeships for Tech.
Retention Remains A Challenge Amid Inflation According To Magnit’s Fall 2022 U.S. Labor Market Report
Magnit(formerly PRO Unlimited), an Integrated Workforce Management (IWM) Platform provider, released the results of its Fall 2022 U.S. Labor Market Report. The report highlighted the ongoing volatility of the labor market, the lingering economic pressures affecting businesses and workers across the country, and data-driven strategies that can help companies compete in recruitment and retention despite these challenges.