Roundup: Launches Talent Hub; SmartRecruiters Expands Platform

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Our weekly roundup of deals, product announcements and other HR technology news. launched Talent Hub, which compares candidates across key selection criteria to enable faster decision-making. The company claims the product will reduce the number of clicks needed to review and shortlist candidates. In addition, Talent Hub integrates directly with platforms such as Workday, SAP SuccessFactors, SmartRecruiters and iCIMS.

SmartRecruiters added product enhancements and new partner integrations designed to help organizations broaden their global reach and productivity. The company said key features include expanded job-posting distribution, improved candidate discovery and the ability to connect with candidates via text and WhatsApp.

Guild released a bundle of AI-focused skilling programs designed for frontline workers. The company’s trying to help tackle the growing skills gap in AI knowledge and usage. The programs are offered through institutions including Cornell, Louisiana State, Southern New Hampshire University and the University of Maryland.

SurveyMonkey announced Build with AI, a new tool that creates AI-generated surveys. Powered by OpenAI, the feature allows users to quickly create surveys from written descriptions. It is offered for free to all SurveyMonkey users. In addition, a selection of pre-made prompts for popular feedback and research use cases are provided.

Jobber introduced location timers, which use geo-fencing technology to automatically track employee time on job sites. The product claims to provide improved employee workflows, insights into operations and profitability, and require less time on administrative tasks such as payroll.

Fuel50 promoted Jo Mills to president and appointed Mark Cope and fractional chief revenue officer. Mills was previously the chief experience officer.

Harver appointed Steve Martin as its chief executive officer. Martin has 25 years of experience and previously served as the company’s chief technology officer.

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