HR Technology is enabling better employee safety and people management during this time of a world crisis. While economies and businesses slowly find ways to resume operations to pre-Covid19 levels, the world at large still battles the effects of the novel Coronavirus. Now is the time for teams to get creative and focus on business continuity goals to the best of their capability.
Have a look at some of last week’s top HR Technology updates….
HR Tech Quote-of-the-week!
Clear, fact-based, consistent communications are critical in any time of crisis. We’re all working in uncharted territory with new work-from-home challenges relating to space, childcare, and shaky internet connections. So right now, I’d be looking to lean on the HR tech suite to facilitate clear, regular communications with employees to reduce stress, solicit needs, and solve that intersection of personal/professional WFH challenges.
–Jeffrey K. Rohrs, CMO at Jobvite
Top HR Tech News of the week
- Udacity Launches AI for Healthcare Nanodegree Program to Grow Careers that Shape the Future of Medicine
- Securitas Launches Virtual Career Fair and Drive-Thru Hiring to Recruit 1,200 Employees
- Udacity Appoints Former Global Marketing Head At Google Shopping As Chief Marketing Officer
- Paychex Releases HR Industry’s First Real-Time Payments Solution
- HireRight Debuts Suite of Advanced Post-Hire Employee Monitoring Solutions
- Snagajob Appoints Brian Schmidt as Chief Revenue Officer
- Timecentric Inc. Acquires Time Rack
HR Tech QnA with the Expert
Companies are moving away from work-life balance and moving toward work-life integration. You are seeing companies flex to a work from anywhere culture. Open customization of recognition, learning, engagement and experience as there isn’t a one-size-fits-all model. Companies are becoming more agile and with that agility you need tools that can flex and move with your changing environment.