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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FundamentalVR Announces Advanced Simulated Soft Tissue Capabilities With Kinaestheic Haptics Raising The Bar In Medtech Education
FundamentalVR, global pioneers in immersive VR surgical skills training and skills data analytics have unveiled further advancements on the Fundamental Surgery platform. These advancements provide a level of realism that produces a credible complement and alternative to traditional medical education methods. Leveraging full force feedback kinesthetic haptics, high-fidelity graphics and 3D spatial technology, the new soft tissue capabilities allow surgeons to manipulate and feel the texture of anatomy as if they were in the operating room. This exciting enhancement opens the door for accelerated skills acquisition in an even wider range of procedures, building real capability and confidence ahead of human interaction; ‘Pre-human competence’.
Boardspan, a leader in board governance software and services, announced the release of a groundbreaking new framework to help boards of directors map their journey to success. The Governance Curve framework provides boards with a clear path to growth, both as a group and as individual directors, with milestones along the way to address the increasingly complex, strategic issues that create the greatest value for stakeholders.
Talview, a leading provider of an end-to-end, AI-powered hiring and proctoring solution, announced it closed $15 Million in Series B funding led by Silicon Valley investor Eileses Capital with participation from existing investors Storm Ventures, Inventus Capital and Emergent Ventures. Kishore Bopardikar, Co-founder at Eileses Capital LLC, will join the Talview board, while Arun Penmetsa, Partner at Storm Ventures, will continue on the board.
GetSetUp, a social learning platform designed for older adults has partnered with employers to offer its community and wellness solutions that keeps older adults active as a care benefit for their employees’ aging parents. GetSetUp today services over 2 million older adults globally who come to learn new skills, stay active and connect with peers all virtually over Zoom.
Leading learning technology provider eLearning Brothers announced its partnership with top compliance training company, Traliant. All Traliant training courses are now integrated into the eLearning Brothers Rockstar Learning Platform (LMS), further expanding eLearning Brothers’ leadership in the areas of compliance and diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) training. The company also announces additional new cultural cutout people to better reflect today’s global workforce. This addition brings the mountain of available model cutouts to more than 100,000.