Roundup: Perceptyx Guides Managers; HRSoft unveils PAYview

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The employee listening and people analytics platform Perceptyx launched Cultivate Intelligent Coaching, an AI-powered leadership development tool within its People Insights Platform. The product uses behavioral data to guide managers as they navigate today’s work environment. It analyzes both active feedback from surveys and opt-in passive listening signals from workplace communication channels, such as Slack, Google Workspaces, Microsoft 365 and Microsoft Teams, to identify a manager’s blind spots and coaching needs.

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HRSoft launched PAYview, an analysis tool that offers full visibility into internal equal pay practices. The issue of unequal pay is taking priority on cultural and legal fronts as organizations face increasing pressure to provide fair pay to employees, and as diversity, equity and inclusion is of utmost importance for company investors and board members. PAYview helps organizations monitor compensation equity almost continuously, so they can prevent and resolve issues around pay.

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PandoLogic, a wholly owned subsidiary of Veritone and a leading provider of AI hiring solutions, announced the availability of pandoSELECT, which helps users to attract, engage and manage candidates. pandoSELECT is a bundled solution that combines programmatic job advertising with a candidate management dashboard and conversational AI chatbot.

Flexibility is now one of the top three concerns candidates prioritize when they’re considering a new role, along with compensation and job fit, according to a report from Qualtrics. The findings illustrate how employee expectations have changed dramatically over the course of the pandemic, as millions of workers experienced working from home – and how difficult those expectations would be to change.

Oyster announced the launch of its Guided Hiring Process. The Guided Hiring Process is meant to reduce the complexity of global hiring, while helping organizations gain access to a larger pool of global talent.

Even with a record number of job openings in the U.S., many candidates say they are struggling with their job search, according to staffing firm PeopleReady. Over half of job seekers surveyed – about 54% – said it has been “difficult” or “extremely difficult” to find a job that fits their preferences. The top reasons that people were looking for a new job in the first place include flexibility, higher pay and job satisfaction. Meanwhile, hiring managers have reported continued difficulty filling roles, with 55% saying that lack of qualified candidates is their top challenge.

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Cornerstone Adds Updates, Integrations, Dashboards to EdCast

Cornerstone OnDemand released a number of updates to EdCast, its learning experience platform. They include new skills capabilities, deepened cross-platform integrations and more intuitive insights and dashboards. Read more.

Qualtrics Releases Benchmarks to Help Engage Employees

Qualtrics announced new XM Benchmarks that will help give organizations insights to make decisions based on Qualtrics’ experience data and analytics. Using these benchmarks, organizations can compare their customers’ satisfaction, patients’ perceptions and employees’ engagement against their industry peers and competitors. Read more.

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Salesforce Introduces ‘Hire Me’ Button, Launches Workforce Partner Program

Salesforce introduced a “Hire Me” button to its Profiles – or company-branded resumes of employees in its ecosystem. The company said users will be able to indicate interest in new work opportunities on their profile, while hiring managers can simply click on the Hire Me button to message and connect with potential candidates. Read more.

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