HR Technology Highlights – HR Tech Daily Round-Up For 6-May-2021

Welcome to the HR Tech Roundup. We have gathered the top HR trends for 2021 with  different  HR categories like Employee Engagement, Employee wellness, e-Learning, Training and Development, Career Development and  Artificial Intelligence.

Catch more in this HR and HR Tech highlight:

Lack of Skills and Hiring Challenges Biggest Barriers to Enterprise AI Adoption

O’Reilly, the premier source for insight-driven learning on technology and business, announced the results of its annual AI Adoption in the Enterprise 2021 survey. The research explores the techniques, tools, and practices enterprise organizations are using to better understand how artificial intelligence (AI) has evolved over the past year.

Younger Workers Face “Career Crisis”

Young workers are facing a career crisis. After a year of remote working, employers are struggling to identify their training and development needs. Questionmark, the online assessment provider, is encouraging employers to check what support those at the beginning of their careers need to thrive.

Beeline Acquires JoinedUp To Meet High-Volume, Shift-Based Workforce Demand

Beeline, the pioneer of the world’s first extended workforce platform, announced the acquisition of JoinedUp, a high-volume workforce solution catering to the challenges and complexities experienced in the field with shift-based temporary labor.

Lever Launches Spring Release with New Innovations to Empower Your Talent Teams

Lever, a leading Talent Acquisition Suite, has announced their spring feature release, increasing efficiency for recruiters everywhere. Over the last year, talent teams have had to adapt to hiring freezes, layoffs, pivot to support other business functions, and back to re-hiring. Everything has changed about the way we work.

YOOBIC Announces Executive Hires to Drive Continued Growth

YOOBIC, the all-in-one digital workplace for frontline teams, announced three new executive-level hires as it accelerates growth in over 80 countries worldwide, including key markets in the United States and Europe. Already trusted by more than 200 global brands, YOOBIC has seen a surge in demand for its mobile solutions during the COVID pandemic, as global enterprises have sought more resilient and efficient ways to manage distributed workforces.