Jobvite introduced its Evolve Talent Acquisition Suite to provide enterprise organizations with a unified set of the company’s offerings to simplify challenges across the recruiting lifecycle. The suite provides a single user experience designed to improve recruiting effectiveness, efficiency and cost-per-hire. Functionality ranges from recruitment marketing and applicant tracking to internal mobility, employee referrals and DEI capabilities.

Lattice unveiled OKR and Goals, a product aimed at driving alignment between organizations and their employees. The product helps businesses consistently set and manage goals and activate teams in order to stay aligned and on track. OKR and Goals helps incorporate organizational priorities into employees’ daily routines and conversations.

isolved launched isolved People Cloud for Healthcare Services, focused to address areas like talent acquisition, Human Resources and payroll, workforce management and talent management in the healthcare industry.

Pluralsight partnered with corporate education content hub Go1 to offer curated content designed to help customers learn in-demand technology skills. Premium Go1 subscribers access the content from Pluralsight Skills. The partnership enables them to build skills in specialized technology roles including IT/DevOps, Data Analytics, and Machine Learning.

Syndio announced OppEQ, a product designed to help companies increase diversity across all levels of the organization. The product helps companies analyze hiring, promotions, performance scores and retention rates by gender, race and other factors to identify the root causes of inequities and pay gaps, then create action plans for improvement.

Fama, which allows employers to examine a job applicant’s online presence, raised $10 million in a Series B round led by Austin -based VC firm Silverton Partners. Dot.LA reported that the company plans to use the funds to scale up its go-to-market team and develop new products. The company’s solution uses AI to flag problematic social media content posted by job candidates.

Office workers overwhelmingly demand flexible work arrangements, and will change jobs to get them, according to research by Topia. Since last year’s study, remote work has evolved from a semi-temporary COVID-19 safety measure to a norm and expectation, the company said. While most HR professionals recognize the benefits of remote work, data suggests that tax and immigration compliance remain a greater risk than they realize.

Kelly acquired RocketPower, a provider of recruitment process outsourcing and other outsourced talent solutions. RocketPower’s customers include rapidly scaling U.S. tech companies. Headquartered in Silicon Valley, the company will continue to operate under its own brand with its current leadership team and staff as part of KellyOCG, the outsourcing and consulting business of Kelly.

ALM will launch Live, a virtual career fair for legal professionals on May 17th. The platform allows job seekers to explore participating firms and request interviews. Employers can pre-screen resumes and interview candidates using their meeting technology of choice.

Mark Feffer

Mark Feffer is executive editor of RecruitingDaily and the HCM Technology Report. He’s written for TechTarget, HR Magazine, SHRM, Dice Insights, and TalentCulture, as well as Dow Jones, Bloomberg and Staffing Industry Analysts. He likes schnauzers, sailing and Kentucky-distilled beverages.


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