Roundup: Ceipal Expands ADP Integration; Bullhorn Acquires Mployee

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Ceipal introduced a new integration with ADP Workforce Now. The link allows users to single-click automate payroll, timesheets and expenses by sending pay data from Ceipal to ADP. The system automatically syncs updates in real time, eliminating manual data entry from the payroll process.

Bullhorn acquired Mployee, a Dutch provider of Salesforce-based solutions for recruitment agencies. By combining Mployee’s middle-office capabilities with Bullhorn’s front-office tools, the combination helps deliver an end-to-end, enterprise solution for Bullhorn customers who use Salesforce.

Checkr expanded its platform with Checkr Pay and Checkr Onboard. The new tools simplify payment and onboarding processes to address the needs the of flexible and mobile-first workers. The launch widens the company’s offering from background checks into payments and onboarding, bringing three hiring processes into a single platform.

RecTech Media launched a job marketplace for HR technology professionals and vendors. offers curated job postings from throughout the industry, advanced search filters, company profiles and resources for candidates. Job seekers can use the site for free.


WorkForce Software appointed Bill Shaheen as chief revenue officer and promoted Nicole Neumarker to the COO’s role. Shaheen will lead the global revenue and customer success organizations, while Neumarker leads engineering, cloud services, product management, customer support and global services.

Securiti, which offers a platform to enables the safe use of data and GenAI, hired Jack Berkowitz to be chief data officer. He had been the CDO at ADP.

Sarah Franklin, who had been Salesforce’s president and chief marketing officer, succeeded Jack Altman as the CEO of Lattice. Altman is now executive chairman.

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Conference Board Sees Job Losses Beginning in Second Quarter 2024

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