Roundup: Deel Partners With RAMP Global; CoachHub Releases AI-Powered Career Coaching

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HR platform Deel partnered with talent acquisition solution provider RAMP Global to help organizations grow teams at scale, across a range of areas and skills. According to the company, RAMP Global supports HR, procurement and finance departments by streamlining the candidate supply chain, increasing access to talent and reducing hiring costs. With the collaboration, the companies hope to further their goal of helping fill vacant roles quickly at a time when talent is hard to attract and retain.

CoachHub released its AI-powered personalized career coach, AIMY. Building upon the company’s capabilities in coaching and insights from behavioral scientists, the generative AI-powered coach is designed to guide users on their “journey to personal and professional growth.” The company is rolling the product out in beta as a non-commercial pilot project for free.

Employee recognition company Sparck announced the launch of its survey and recognition platform. According to the company, the product allows businesses to focus on increasing engagement and productivity alongside helping to meet business objectives and decreasing employee turnover. In addition, with this release the company hopes to give its clients access to actionable insights into their organizations.

The global recruitment process outsourcing market size is projected to reach $21.6 billion by 2027, at a CAGR of 17.0%. According to Valuates Reports, the two primary factors driving market growth are the need for an effective recruiting process and the reduction of overhead costs.

DailyPay welcomed Jared DeMatteis to the company as chief legal and strategy officer. He joined the company from WeWork, where he worked as chief legal officer as well as chief compliance officer.

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Glue Launches New Platform for Employee Engagement

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