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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OrangeGrid, a provider of mortgage servicing software, has hired and promoted several new members to its team to support the rising demand for automated mortgage servicing software that maximizes profitability by simplifying the way servicers manage their workflows across legacy systems and reporting tools.
Lever Launches Talent Maturity Model To Help Organizations Understand Their Current State Of Recruiting
Lever, a leading Talent Acquisition Suite, launched their Talent Maturity Model, to help companies understand their current state of hiring and identify areas for improvement. In competitive market to hire top talent, companies are pushed to keep pace with a shifting environment and people’s needs.
In June 2022, BLS data showed that there were 11.4 million job openings , proving that organizations are still struggling to find the best talent for their companies. While it is clear that hiring and talent acquisition has never been more important to brands and companies than today, companies can occasionally overlook gaps to their recruiting processes that can be a disadvantage while recruiting in this market. Lever has created the Talent Maturity Model to help companies evaluate current capabilities, better understand immediate challenges and long-term objectives, and develop an action plan that helps organizations evolve their approach to their talent acquisition programs.
SysAid Launches AI Service Desk, A Conversational Chatbot In Microsoft Teams To Improve Employees’ Experience, Anywhere
SysAid, a leading provider of IT service automation, announced the launch of its AI Service Desk, a conversational chatbot within Microsoft Teams powered by SysAid’s IT automation capabilities. The AI-powered service desk cuts down time spent by employees and IT experts on ticket resolution, increases productivity, and allows them to focus on new business value while providing an improved employee experience.
Organizations are facing two challenges connected to shifting work environments. With employee empowerment a primary focus for companies in the aftermath of the Great Resignation, employees have higher expectations and want to receive the support they need where and when they want them, including IT service. On the other hand, the transition to remote and hybrid work posed an enormous challenge for IT teams with the addition of multiple devices connected to enterprise systems and a surge of cloud-native environments and various app integrations. The evolving reality of hybrid work has created a constantly growing workload for IT departments, overwhelming staff and resulting in long resolution times and increased employee frustration.
KnowBe4, the provider of the world’s largest security awareness training and simulated phishing platform,announced that it has signed a reseller agreement with NEC Corporation (NEC).
Through this alliance, NEC is adding KnowBe4 as their security awareness training and simulated phishing platform provider to their Security Professional Services in Japan. This addition will provide support for their customers to safely and securely proceed with DX (Digital Transformation) from three perspectives: technology, organizational processes and human resource development. These measures will help to strengthen human defense capabilities against increasing cyber attacks.
New research from employee benefits provider Unum shows over half (56%) of U.S. workers, primarily Millennials and Gen Z, felt mentally unwell in the previous year.
Additionally, 42% of employees said they needed to take time off from work to deal with their mental health.
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