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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Quess Corp, India’s leading business services company and largest employer in the private sector, announced a partnership with Xavier School of Management (XLRI) to upskill the next generation of recruiters. The Executive Certificate Program in Recruitment and Selection is curated for professionals and aspirants in the field of HR, talent acquisition, staffing, hiring and recruitment.
Nearly 80% of the global workforce is made up of deskless workers. They are the healthcare workers, delivery drivers, cashiers, and service industry people we encounter everyday. They are more than essential employees, they are the lifeblood of our economy, the workers that keep society running. To ensure that this vital section of our workforce is engaged and productive, companies must understand exactly what these workers need. That’s precisely why Quinyx developed their Annual State of the Deskless Workforce Report.
Unanet, the leading SaaS project-based Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) and Customer Relationship Management (CRM) provider, announced that Sierra7, a premier healthcare services and IT consulting firm that works with a variety of major federal and state government agencies including the Department of Veteran’s Affairs, has gone live with Unanet’s ERP solution. With Unanet, Sierra7 will operate more efficiently and have greater insights into project management.
ICHRA (pronounced ICK-rah) stands for Individual Coverage HRA – a federal program first introduced in late 2018. ICHRA helps organizations offer an alternative way to provide health insurance. Many employers are reaping savings in the 10-20% range.
More4apps, a specialist software provider, has enhanced its Oracle ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) Cloud Toolbox with the release of two new modules and one updated product.
The newly released Toolbox modules enable Oracle ERP users to create more efficient business processes around data entry while retaining ownership of the data.