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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Harri Launches Three New Products That Complete The First Employee Experience Platform For Service Workforces
In response to the most challenging labor market conditions in over 30 years, Harri, the revolutionary Human Capital Management platform serving over 20,000 restaurant and hotel locations and 4 million hospitality employees globally, announced the launch of three integrated product suites that extend Harri’s current talent acquisition and workforce management capabilities to create the first scalable, end-to-end Employee Experience Platform, built from the ground up for hospitality and other service workforces.
Eightfold AI, the leader in AI-powered talent intelligence, in partnership with Carahsoft Technology Corp., the Trusted Government IT Solutions Provider, announced that they have been awarded an Other Transaction (OT) prototype contract for the Defense Innovation Unit (DIU), an organization within the Department of Defense (DoD), to develop and deploy a talent intelligence platform to identify currently undiscoverable expertise for the Department.
Eightfold AI’s Talent Upskilling Enables Organizations To Meet Talent Needs By Developing Their Workforce
Eightfold AI, the leader in AI-powered talent intelligence, unveiled its Eightfold Talent Upskilling solution during its annual talent summit, Cultivate 2022. Building on the foundation of the Talent Intelligence Platform, Eightfold Talent Upskilling enables organizations to meet critical talent needs and get future ready by developing their own network (employees, candidates and contingent workers), understanding talent gaps and providing a personalized development plan for every employee.
Allegis Global Solutions (AGS), the leading provider of global workforce solutions, announces the publication of a new book for business, human resources (HR) and procurement leaders that takes them on a journey to harmonized workforce strategy and management. “The Universal Workforce Model: An Outcome-First Guide to Getting Work Done” discusses three transformational yet complementary concepts – the Workforce Business Partner, Task-Based Workforce Design and the Intelligent Workforce Platform – that integrate with an advocacy for understanding business tasks and outcomes to define a new workforce strategy framework. The book lays out why organizations must challenge current models for acquiring and accessing talent now and what steps they can take to create an agile business fit to thrive in the new world of work.
Hub International Expands Employee Benefits Consulting Services With The Acquisition Of Certain Assets Of Illinois-Based Alta Actuaries And Consultants, LLC
Hub International Limited (Hub), a leading global insurance brokerage and financial services firm, announced that it has acquired the APEX Global Benefit Management system and related assets from Alta Actuaries and Consultants, LLC (Alta), which consist of cutting-edge technology and global research solutions. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.