Tag: Increases

Managed Staffing Increases Submissions & Reduces Expenses by Leveraging CEIPAL’s ATS

Read Time3 Minute, 46 Second Managed Staffing credits CEIPAL with helping them grow their business through the economic downturn of the pandemic. ROCHESTER, NY– December 10, 2020 — CEIPAL, an industry-leading talent acquisition automation platform, and Managed Staffing, one of the top award-winning full-service diversity MSP providers in the industry are highlighting their relationship and great success over the last two years. The successful record…

Phenom Talent Experience Management Platform Increases Recruiting Velocity and Employee Agility Now Available on SAP® App Center

Phenom TXM now available through SAP® App Center with Gigs, University Recruiting, Chatbot and candidate experience solutions Phenom TXM now available through SAP® App Center with Gigs, University Recruiting, Chatbot and candidate experience solutions The post Phenom Talent Experience Management Platform Increases Recruiting Velocity and Employee Agility Now Available on SAP® App Center appeared first on HR Tech Feed.

Agora increases stake in Online Technologies HR

The Polish media group Agora has significantly increased its stake in Online Technologies HR, which owns an online recruitment site HRLink.pl. Agora has now 79.8% of the company shares, up from 46,15% before the transaction. Agora’s total investment in Online Technologies is PLN 7.7 million ($2 million U.S.).

How Analytics Can Help You Decide Pay Increases

According to Aon’s 2017 U.S. salary increase survey, more than two-thirds of employers were taking some kind of action to increase merit pay differentiation, with 40% reducing or eliminating increases for lesser performers. This suggests that spreading pay raises across the board, like peanut butter on toast, has become an outdated practice.

Seek increases stake in SideKicker to 74 percent

A little more than a year after investing a rumored $1 million AUD ($778,481 U.S.) in Sidekicker, a marketplace for on-demand staff, Australia’s leading job site Seek (ASX: SEK) has increased its stake in the startup to 74 percent. The post Seek increases stake in SideKicker to 74 percent appeared first on AIM Group.