Our weekly roundup of deals, product announcements and other HR technology news.
Shyft Careers, a technology-focused hiring and recruitment agency, unveiled its Shyft dashboard and website. The new offering aims to help growing businesses fill their open positions while reducing time-to-hire. According to the company, the dashboard uses a “deconstructed” hiring model to find candidates that fit an organization’s open positions.
Global SaaS Fintech company Xoxoday partnered with UKG. UKG helps human capital management and HR service delivery, while Xoxoday helps drive multi-dimensional employee engagement. The partnership aims to address challenges of disengagement and attrition by focusing on employee experience. The companies hope that their partnership will help organizations improve the workplace experience through a holistic employee engagement approach.
UKG expanded into Uruguay to engage new talent to develop technology products for its customers. This comes after the company acquired a competitor, Ascentis Corporation, which had operations and employees in Uruguay.This week in #HRTechnology: @shyftcareers launches hiring dashboard; @thexoxoday partners with UKG Click To Tweet
American workers are staying put due to recent layoffs in the tech sector, signs of a slowdown in job growth, inflation and the threat of a recession next year. That’s according to a survey from Insight Global. The survey revealed that more than three in four full-time workers – around 77% – plan to stay in their current jobs.
Job.com secured an undisclosed investment from Serengeti Asset Management and Ghost Tree Partners. The investment will accelerate the delivery and development of Job.com’s technology and fund further acquisitions in the recruitment and staffing sector.
Envoy, a workplace platform for flexible work, launched an integration with Sharebite, which calls itself a “food benefits platform.” The integration allows Envoy customers to access Sharebite’s solutions, Stations for in-office group ordering and Passport, a portable meal allowance accepted by many dining establishments and food delivery services.
SilkRoad Technology welcomed Brendan Mullins as its new chief revenue officer. Mullins comes to SilkRoad with more than 20 years of experience. Most recently, he served as national vice president of sales at Doma.
Last Week’s Top Stories
Ceridian’s New Ideal Talent Marketplace Focuses on Flexibility
Ceridian launched its Ideal Talent Marketplace to deliver speed and flexibility in staffing both businesses and workers. The product aims to help Ceridian customers as they navigate a world of staffing shortages, thin agility and rapidly changing demand levels. Read More.
Greenhouse Launches Tool to Streamline Processes, Improve Speed to Hire
Hiring software company Greenhouse released new capabilities that give recruiters and hiring teams a structured way to set, track and measure their work against hiring goals. Greenhouse Goals aims to help talent acquisition teams set goals at an individual or company-wide level, offering greater transparency into their performance and visibility into areas of improvement. Read More.
Lattice, Mercer Team Up for Compensation Benchmarks
Mercer Compensation Benchmarks is now available through Lattice’s new Compensation product. The new product offers businesses the ability to tap into curated data based on their specific parameters, including company size, industry, location and specific job titles. Read More.
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