Organizations must put L&D technology to full use if they want to develop a strong learning culture. But most companies have much work to do.
In this week’s HR technbology roundup: HireRight’s new integration with iCIMS, and more than $200 million in industry investments.
BenefitMall enhanced its EmployerFocus product to increase the efficiency of benefits administration for both brokers and clients.
Beamery’s Career Sites product is designed to help employers more easily customize job-site content and customize the candidate’s search experience.
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Local tech startup, New Day (or Neh Thit in Burmese), is widening its’ user base to support the influx of workers from rural Myanmar, the rising demand for jobs in the capital, and the increasing amount of foreign investment.
Thirty percent of employers didn’t help their employees understand or make their benefit decisions during 2019’s open enrollment.
Which is the most popular source for hiring quality candidates? Of course, it is a job board. Â Recruiters and HR managers prefer posting their job ads on the job boards to attract the right candidates.
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Qualtrics launched new features for Qualtrics EmployeeXM, designed to strengthen its ability to capture feedback and help managers close feedback loops.
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After putting in years of hard work and doing research in NLP, machine learning, and AI, RChilli feels proud to introduce its deep learning resume parsing module.
BQE Software launched Core HR, a module that automates many operational tasks that go along with workforce administration.
HR is often sidelined when executives discuss workplace transformation. Yet they worry about employee expectations and other issues HR could address.