Avionte unveiled its 24/7 MOBILE JOB BOARD, an application that works with the company’s 24/7 Mobile Talent solution to create a recruiting tool. The product allows users to search jobs by location, pay, skills match and job ID. Additionally, recruiters can configure talent workflows and candidate experiences directly on the platform to fit unique use cases for both talent and employers
Talent acquisition software company Radancy acquired Ascendify, a cloud-based talent engagement software platform. According to the company, the acquisition enhances Radancy’s suite of solutions focused on helping enterprises find the talent they need to strengthen their business.
Comeet, a recruiting software provider, launches a new AI assistant that aims to enable better hiring decisions, improve candidate experience and promote diversity and inclusion. According to the company, the solution leverages OpenAI’s GPT to create job descriptions, pre-screening questions and email templates. In addition, the company said the assistant will soon be able to make interview questions and scorecards.
Oyster announced Oyster Total Rewards, a new suite of solutions meant to help companies design a compensation strategy and offer salary, equity, and benefits for teams. The company said the solutions are competitive, compliant, aligned with budget and—most importantly—aligned with employee expectations.
HireRight acquired a background screening provider based in Argentina. The company said this will Inquiro Vitae allow for more targeted local support for its customers hiring across Latin America.
Launched as the U.S stands on the precipice of recession, the Conference Board Job Loss Risk Index measures the likelihood of layoffs in individual industries, based on factors such as demographics, labor shortages and sensitivity to monetary policy. The Index measures the likelihood of layoffs in individual industries based on several key factors including demographics, labor shortages, and sensitivity to monetary policy.
Likewise, a pullback in e-commerce and discretionary spending on goods is likely to cause job losses in transportation and warehousing, while construction is at risk due to weakness in the housing market amid rising interest rates.
By Mark Feffer
Mark Feffer is executive editor of RecruitingDaily and the HCM Technology Report. He’s written for TechTarget, HR Magazine, SHRM, Dice Insights, TLNT.com and TalentCulture, as well as Dow Jones, Bloomberg and Staffing Industry Analysts. He likes schnauzers, sailing and Kentucky-distilled beverages.
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