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U.K.-based OurPeople Raises USD $2 Million for Its Communication and Engagement App for Deskless Workers

Employee communications and collaboration apps have been one of the leading categories in HR tech investment for the last three years. U.K.-based OurPeople has just raised USD $2 million to […] The post U.K.-based OurPeople Raises USD $2 Million for Its Communication and Engagement App for Deskless Workers appeared first on HRWins by LAROCQUE, LLC. The post U.K.-based OurPeople Raises USD $2 Million for…

U.K.-based Unmind Raised $10 Million to Help Employees with Mental Health Wellness App

This post was originally published on this site U.K.-based Unmind just raised $10 million in the crowded employee wellbeing market for its app focused on mental health. Any apps or services that help human beings with mental health is a very good thing. The impact of myriad mental health issues on personal wellbeing, individual health, happiness, or in the workplace productivity, engagement, overall […]…

U.K.-based Codility Raises $22 Million Series A for Tech Skills Assessment

This post was originally published on this site Assessments continue to get a fair amount of venture capital in HR technology. Skills assessments, especially in tech, always fare well in the market and with investors.   From their press release: The capital will be used to fuel Codility’s growing footprint in helping expand engineering teams at high-growth companies including Microsoft, Tesla, Slack, Rakuten, […]…

U.K.-based Patchwork Raises USD $3.93 Million for Healthcare Temporary Staff-focused Job Board Marketplace

This post was originally published on this site Job boards continue to be the darlings of HR technology venture capital as we roll through Q1 2020. They’re also leading the trend in specialization. The latest being Patchwork, a job board marketplace with a focus on providing temporary healthcare workers to the U.K. National Health Service (NHS). From the Patchwork blog: Patchwork, which has […]…

U.K.-based SteadyPay Raises USD $2.9M for A New Kind of Pay Day Loan

This post was originally published on this site Marketing itself as a “smart solution” for volatile pay in the gig economy, UK-based SteadyPay has raised USD $2.9 Million to allow gig workers to take advances on pay when their pay dips due to days off, fewer hours, etc. While their model doesn’t charge interest, it does require the reimbursement of the dollars advanced. […]…

U.K.-based Otta Raises USD $1.12 Million Seed Round for Its Job Board Marketplace Focused on Matching

This post was originally published on this site Otta joins the crowded space of job board marketplaces with matching engines. Matching candidates to jobs is the promise of every job board – ever. So, the shift to AI and machine learning engines matching candidates by myriad data points has shown up in most startups and market incumbants. Source: Otta picks up £850,000 seed […]…

U.K.-based Hastee Raises USD $269 Million To Give Employee Access To Pay As They Earn It

This post was originally published on this site U.K.-based Hastee raised USD $269 million for its on demand pay app. Hastee allows employees to receive their earned pay immediately via a mobile app. Hastee reports that, “Workers using Hastee receive their first withdrawal every month, up to £100, free of charge and further withdrawals are subject to a small, fair and simple transaction […]…

U.K.-based Headstart Raises $7 Million To Reduce Bias in Recruiting With A.I.

This post was originally published on this site U.K.-based Headstart has raised $7 million to reduce bias in recruiting. Led by industry veteran, Gareth Jones, Headstart introduces a layer of A.I.-driven technology that starts with job descriptions, extends through sourcing, selection, and the hiring process. Where most apps focused on bias in recruiting are one dimensional, Headstart aims to provide better insights throughout […]…

U.K.-based MyKindaFuture Raises USD $3.53 Million for Its Job Board Marketplace Focused on Matching Students to Jobs and Mentors

This post was originally published on this site Another job board focused specialization in talent categories raised seed funding. U.K.-based MyKindaFuture raised USD $3.53 million. Source: MyKindaFuture Raises £2.75M in Funding | FinSMEs The post U.K.-based MyKindaFuture Raises USD $3.53 Million for Its Job Board Marketplace Focused on Matching Students to Jobs and Mentors appeared first on HRWins by LAROCQUE, LLC. Read Complete Article…