Roundup: ShiftPixy Launches Fast Fill; Employees Look For New Job Opportunities

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ShiftPixy introduced its “Fast Fill” recruiting technology. The product is designed to directly reach available workers through mobile technology, encouraging them to immediately sign up for available shifts. According to the company, to find the workforce, businesses need to move to mobile technology – meeting people where they live and socialize.

Forty-nine percent of employees say they plan to explore their employment options next year, according to new survey data from iSolved. Employees see a possible recession as the biggest threat to job security, as more than 1 in 4 employees don’t feel secure in their current position. In addition, fears of economic downturn and day-to-day stressors have employees experiencing burnout at an unprecedented rate with more than two-thirds – around 69% – of employees having experienced burnout this year.

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Clapself announced the launch of its AI-powered platform that connects professionals who want flexibility with the U.S.-based enterprises that are seeking talent through contract hiring.

FORVIS, a professional services firm launched TALENT SHIFT, LLC, a gig-work marketplace that matches accounting, tax and advisory professionals with dynamic project opportunities on a fixed-term basis. The offering aims to connect gig workers with projects that fit their skill sets and interests, as well as their desire for hybrid and flexible work schedules.

NSC Technologies has welcomed John Gulnac as its new chief executive officer. He was selected by the board of directors because of his long history of experience as an executive in the staffing industry, including his most recent role as vice president and country practice lead at The Adecco Group.

WorkRamp brought on Lori Jimenez as its chief revenue officer as well as Dan Simon as vice president of engineering.

Aduro, a SaaS provider of employee well-being solutions, welcomed Amanda Conway to their team as its new chief growth officer.

Last Week’s Top News

Gloat Adds Employee Feedback Tools to Platform

Gloat introduced My Team, an expansion of its workforce agility platform that will help managers provide employees with feedback on their performance in real-time rather than the standard one per year. With the product, Gloat hopes to aid in the feedback process so that managers can have more productive and personalized conversations about employee development. Read More.

ServiceNow Moves into Talent Technology With Investment in 15Five

15Five received a “strategic investment” from ServiceNow, adding to the $52 million Series C round the company announced in July. The new funding, which is ServiceNow Ventures’ first investment in the talent technology space, is meant to accelerate 15Five’s ongoing product development, including both its performance management platform and integrated manager training and coaching tools. Read More.

New Agreement Brings Mercer Surveys to Customers signed a reseller agreement with Mercer, the global HR consulting and asset management firm. Under the agreement, Mercer surveys will become available to’s 8,000 survey and B2B software subscribers. Read More.

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