Phenom People and learning platform Docebo will integrate their so that customers can better identify skills gaps using Phenom AI, then automate delivery of training content to employees.
The companies said that although 70 percent of talent professionals say their company identifies or plans to identify employee skills gaps, only 37 percent believe their organization does a good job at helping close them.Phenom People, Docebo will integrate their platforms so customers can better identify skills gaps and automate delivery of training content. @Phenom_People @docebo #HR #HRTech Click To Tweet
The Docebo/Phenom People integration will provide empowers employees with the training appropriate to their skills and career goals. Users can identify career paths and skills required on Phenom Internal Mobility and Phenom Career Pathing. Then they’ll use or identify content via recommendations from the Docebo Learning Platform.
The integration will provide managers with visibility into employees’ coursework progression and help them assess when workers are ready for a promotion or new opportunity.
Separately, Phenom People announced more speakers for its annual Talent Experience Conference, IAMPHENOM, which will be held March 3–5 in Philadelphia. Among them are analyst Josh Bersin, Joyce Bender, host of the radio talk show Disability Matters, and Ashley Cheretes, Cigna’s head of employer brand and recruitment marketing.
Phenom People recently closed $30 million in Series C funding. The investment, which brought the total invested in the company to $61 million, is being used to continue scaling and growth.
In May, the company launched its Talent Experience Management platform to streamline that journey. The TXM, as it’s called, is designed to connect interactions throughout the candidate and employee lifecycles by leveraging unified technology and design to strengthen the user experience for candidates and boost productivity for recruiters and management.
Phenom People paints a promising picture of the customer base it’s pursuing. The company said HR represents a market worth more than a $400 billion, with $32 billion of that being spent on technology solutions. At the same time, over 45 million U.S. citizens change jobs each year through a process of searching, sourcing, interviewing and onboarding that’s both time-consuming and costly. The company is betting that employers will need data and automation that can personalize and optimize the entire employment journey.
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