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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Taking On The Tech Talent Crunch: CompTIA Invites Denver Area Employers To Learn About New Recruiting And Training Strategies For IT Workers
Employers in the greater Denver area are invited to learn about new strategies and tactics for recruiting and retaining information technology (IT) workers, including cybersecurity pros, at a virtual program presented by CompTIA, the nonprofit association for the IT industry and workforce.
The CompTIA Tech Talent Roadshow will examine the current state of tech employment in the Denver market and explore new strategies for recruiting, hiring and retaining IT professionals with the right skills to help any business thrive.
Searchable.Ai Announces Constellation, A Unified Data Platform For Productivity Workers And Their Teams
Searchable.ai announces Constellation, their unified data platform that brings together all the data and information that knowledge workers need, in one place.
Searchable.ai launched in 2019 as a search company that enabled users to simultaneously search across all their cloud and local files. In building this capability, several of its partners saw the greater potential in the company’s technology to connect the wealth of data that knowledge workers and their teams create and utilize
Inlanta Mortgage, a fast-growing independent mortgage lender with 39 branch offices in 27 states, announced it has been named by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel as a Top Workplace in Milwaukee. Inlanta was one of 147 companies recognized in Milwaukee and southeastern Wisconsin. The recognition marks the seventh year that the company has made the list.
In one of the first surveys of its kind, design firm HOK and flooring manufacturer Tarkett asked neurodiverse individuals in the US, UK and Canada to share how their work environments could better cater to their jobs and personal needs. Genius Within, an organization dedicated to helping neuro-minorities maximize their potential, provided advisory services as the team built on in-depth research and insights by HOK and the commercial interiors color specification guide developed by Tarkett to help businesses design for inclusion.
New research released by Medallia, Inc., the global leader in customer and employee experience, reveals that nearly 50% of workers who left their employers as part of the Great Resignation say they quit without a new job lined up. This and other findings are available in the full report, Insights into the Great Resignation: Why Employees Leave Their Jobs, released by the Medallia Institute and consumer behavioral intelligence and benchmarking platform Sense360 by Medalli
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