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Salesforce launched a suite of survey tools to help businesses collect real-time feedback data from employees and customers. Called Feedback Management, the tools are integrated into Salesforce and compiles information from multiple channels.
Jobvite expanded its EVOLVE talent acquisition framework to provide employers with a more “holistic” assessment of their TA operations. The idea is to drive consensus, increase efficiency and identify specific actions to take in order to align people, processes, and technology.This week's #HRTech roundup: @Salesforce launches survey tools, @Jobvite expands platform to watch operations, @EdCast unveils internal mobility solutions. #HR Click To Tweet
EdCast launched new career pathing and internal mobility solutions, including skills assessments and talent marketplace integrations with other talent platforms. The tools help HR and hiring managers address internal mobility and talent management questions, and guide employees to help address their upskilling needs, the company said.
Learning platform OpenSesame will deliver courses through SumTotal’s talent development platform. The integration will make it easier for employers to offer learning content to dispersed workforces, and expands SumTotal’s library of training content to include a wider selection of language options and formats.
Paylocity added a new tool, Ask an Expert, to its Community engagement and collaboration module. The feature provides an area where employees can ask questions on topics such as payroll, benefits or technology support and receive answers more quickly.
Recruiting software provider Hiretual raised $13 million in Series B financing in a round led by Oceanpine Capital. The investment brings the company’s total funding to $23 million. The company’s technology uses AI to refresh and ATS’s candidate profiles with information from the open web.
Workforce Management Software Group has rebranded itself to CommunityWFM. The company said the new names highlights its focus on keeping everyone involved in the workforce management process connected.
Last Week’s Top Stories
Workday, IBM Roll Out Solution to Aid Workplace Reopening
Workday and IBM announced a joint solution that combines their technologies to help businesses plan and monitor workplace reopenings. Their approach combines planning capabilities with employee, health and workplace data, the companies said. Read more.
CEOs Say Remote Work is Permanent, HR Technology Should Adjust
CEOs increasingly believe that the shift to remote work is now structural, indicating that employers will rely more heavily on technology that facilitates working from home, digital collaboration and automation. Read more.
HR Departments Expect Increased Technology Spend This Year
Pandemic or no, most HR departments expect their budgets to increase this year, with much of the money going toward technology rather than benefits, recruitment or engagement. Read more.
Podcast: TriNet’s CEO on How SMBs Use Tech to Navigate Pandemic
Burton Goldfield discusses the lessons learned by SMBs as they use technology to navigate the challenges of Covid-19. Listen here.
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