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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Proactive Talent has long been a strategic partner in building amazing talent programs for attracting and hiring talent for startups up to midsize companies. Today, Proactive Talent continues its unprecedented growth with the launch of a third pillar of services aimed at helping companies improve employee retention. The new options for Retain Services are Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, Learning and Development, and Coaching and Advisory services.
Fountain, the world’s leading all-in-one applicant tracking system for high volume hourly hiring, is proud to be Certified™ by Great Place to Work®. The prestigious award is based entirely on current employees’ opinions about their experience working at Fountain. The survey revealed 91% of employees said Fountain is a great place to work—32 points higher than the average U.S. company.
Utilities firms are hiring as the global economy recovers. But employers need to be sure they are hiring the right people to help navigate the change ahead. Questionmark, the online assessment provider, is encouraging employers to assess staff before deciding to hire them, to ensure recruits have the skills to hit the ground running.
The surge in mental health issues is said to be the second pandemic, driving organizations to increasingly invest in the emotional health of their populations. In response, Concern Health, a recognized leader in workplace emotional wellbeing solutions, announced a new partnership with eMindful, the leading provider of evidence-based mindfulness programs, that will fully integrate eMindful’s services throughout Concern’s offerings for all of its customers.
Next Level Urgent Care, LLC partners with popular Houston Galleria area restaurant, Songkran Thai Kitchen, to provide employees comprehensive health benefits through its new PRIME employer services program. As restaurants begin to regain their footing following COVID-19 restrictions, Songkran owner and founder Ashok Rao, who committed to full employee retention throughout the pandemic, goes a step further – providing affordable, shared-cost employee health coverage to his uninsured staff.