Welcome to the HR Tech Roundup. We have gathered the top HR trends for 2021 with different HR categories like Employee Engagement, e-Learning, Training and Development, Employee wellness, Career Development and Artificial Intelligence.
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New Five9 Study Finds Contact Centers Face Workforce And Technology Gaps As Customer Service Becomes More Complex
Five9, Inc., a leading provider of the intelligent cloud contact center, announced the results of a survey conducted by the International Customer Management Institute (ICMI) exploring the current state and future of work in the contact center.
Remote, the HR technology platform for global payroll, tax, benefits, and compliance, announced its partnership and platform integration with Greenhouse, the hiring software company. Through the partnership, mutual customers will have access to the Remote all-in-one platform that helps streamline and enhance the global hiring experience. Remote chose Greenhouse for their first integration because of their large customer network, strong leadership position in the industry, and easy API implementation.
Fusion Risk Management Strengthens Leadership Team With Appointment Of Chief Human Resources Officer
Fusion Risk Management, Inc., a leading provider of operational resilience, business continuity, and risk management software and services, announced it has appointed Katie Burgoon as Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO). Burgoon joined Fusion’s Executive Leadership Team and is responsible for talent management, succession planning, organizational and performance management, diversity, and inclusion, and learning and development. Burgoon will report directly to Fusion’s CEO, Mike Campbell.
AppNeta, the leading network performance monitoring solution for the distributed enterprise, revealed the results of AppNeta’s Future of the Internet Outlook Report, which analyzed the shifting expectations of the American workforce regarding their internet service: An increased need for stable connections as remote work rises, the desire for employers to deliver near-office quality network experiences at home, and the heightened challenges to complete tasks due to internet issues.
Sarasota Memorial Health Care System has been named among America’s best employers for women.
Forbes, in partnership with research company Statista, developed a list of the 300 Best Employers for Women after surveying 50,000 Americans, including 30,000 women, working for businesses with 1,000+ employees. The employees representing 31 industries were asked to share opinions about their respective employer’s culture, image, opportunities for career development, working conditions, salary and wages and diversity.