Clovers acquired TalVista, a diversity and inclusion hiring platform. The companies said their aim is to “support the next era of hiring” and help employers reach their DEI goals. Down the road, TalVista’s products will be integrated into Clovers’ platform and made available as a new offering, the companies said.
The pressure of the pandemic has led both employers and job candidates to make impulsive hiring and technology decisions that don’t always work out, according to Modern Hire. However, in 2023 the company expects to see HR leave behind “reactionary measures” to focus on techniques that drive efficiency, effectiveness, engagement and ethical outcomes. The company’s annual Hiring Trends Report expects “chaotic labor conditions” to continue through the year, with some industries scrambling for candidates while others are forced into conducting layoffs.
Fifty-two percent of workers would refuse an otherwise attractive job offer if they had a negative experience during the recruitment process, according to a survey from Boston Consulting Group. In addition, 66% said that a smooth, timely process is the number one way for an employer to stand out during recruitment.
Hireology and UKG announced a “deeper” partnership, paving the way for the companies to begin an integration of Hireology and UKG Pro, a payroll solution. When using the collaboration, employers can automatically transfer new hire data from Hireology to UKG. The companies said this will make onboarding new hires faster and more efficient. In addition, the partnership will mean better visibility into system data and reporting.
Sapia.ai joined Avature’s technology ecosystem, enabling customers to access the company’s chat-based AI interview tool on the marketplace. “We’re building partnerships with companies like Avature so that our AI Smart Interviewer is easily accessible for organizations globally. When integrated into an ATS, the experience for hiring teams and candidates is absolutely seamless. They can benefit from Sapia’s ethical AI without needing to disrupt their existing workflows,” the company said.
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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