Roundup: Workers Want More Payroll Options; Workday Connects AllyO

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A study by ADP’s Research Institute found a growing demand for new payroll options across 13 countries. The report said employers recognize that new payment options can enhance their reputations as a place to work. More than three-quarters—79 percent—of employers said companies will need to customize payment options if they’re to remain competitive in the war for talent, while 62 percent said off-cycle pay options, such as the ability to choose pay frequency, would make a difference when considering a job offer. Looking ahead, 93 percent of workers believe they’ll be paid via pay cards, digital platforms or mobile wallets within 10 years.

AllyO completed an integration with Workday that expedites Workday deployment for AllyO customers. The feature was developed with Strio Consulting and using Workday Studio. By sharing data between AllyO’s and Workday’s systems, the solution provides an automated, end-to-end recruiting workflow.

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Skillsoft joined SAP’s PartnerEdge program. Businesses that use SAP solutions will have access to Skillsoft’s specialized offerings in leadership and business, technology and development, and compliance.

XcelHR launched XcelHR Connect, a system designed to help employers manage payroll, onboarding, benefits enrollment and other HR functions. The company said XcelHR Connect automates processes to simplify the workforce-related aspects of being a business owner, including paying employees, benefits enrollment and HR compliance. 

Alcor launched HR Suite Applications Alcor Reflective and AlcorOne. The extendible solutions, built on ServiceNow’s AI-automated platform, provide employee experiences in a collaborative and secure environment. Alcor Reflective is an automated 360-degree performance appraisal system, while AlcorOne provides an automated employee portal. 

Curo Compensation rolled out Curo Pay Equity Tracker, CuroPET, a configurable self-service solution that provides organizational insights based on global pay equity analytics. The company said CuroPET was designed to help organizations manage compliance and required reporting.

OpenText announced the availability of OpenText Core for SAP SuccessFactors solutions, native cloud offering delivered via the latest OT2 release. The product manages employee file content to provide customers with access to relevant information. 

Machine learning company humanpredictions, which targets recruiters and enterprises with talent acquisition tools, announced a $1.1 million funding round led by Network Ventures. The money will be used to help the company grow and invest in engineers and data scientists.

Macorva, an employee feedback tool, has launched. Using the product, employees give and receive anonymous feedback based on their experiences, so each can understand their strengths and opportunities to improve. The company claims to provide an unusually high level of feedback.  

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