HireClix launched a new solution, Career Site, to provide enterprise organizations with an upgraded career site experience for candidates on a consumer-grade technology platform. The company said the solution aims to support talent acquisition professionals who are facing a tight labor market, by providing the capability to offer a unique and customized design, as well as the ability to rapidly create and edit content.
Beamery announced a number of enhancements to its product suite, all to help organizations better understand the skills they have and those that are missing in order to build a future-ready workforce. The features provide new insights for managers around the skills each team member has, paired with the ability to see the skills that shape a role.
Talent acquisition platform HireRoad unveiled HR Onboard, which offers onboarding and learning management systems, as well a data-driven insights platform designed for mid-size organizations. The company said the platform will streamline the hiring process and reduce the time it takes to onboard new recruits and develop them into full contributors.
Despite an ongoing shortage of experienced tech talent and persistent equity gaps across industries, HR and hiring leaders have been slow to adopt new approaches to recruitment and retention, according to General Assembly’s new report, The State of Talent Acquisition 2023. Among the findings: Time spent filling high-demand tech roles is a top priority, and is also at an all-time high. And, non-traditional approaches to recruitment – like skills-based hiring – are not being adopted quickly enough to keep pace with the changing labor market.
Hireology announced a new integration with Indeed, further expanding the partnership between the two companies. With the integration, all new or updated external jobs created in Hireology are sent directly to Indeed via an XML feed.
Talent assessment platform Plum closed $6 million dollar in a growth funding round led by Pearson Ventures. The company said it will use the funding to ensure businesses are ready for the changing world of work while keeping an eye on the quality of work and how that connects the employer and employee.
Jitjatjo, a workforce management and internal talent marketplace for contingent labor, launched a benefits program for gig workers, called Better by Jitjatjo. The product will offer gig workers a suite of benefits from health and finance to wellness and lifestyle.
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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