iCIMS announced new capabilities to help talent teams gain talent intelligence, automate more tasks and help existing employees to design career opportunities internally. As part of its Fall 2022 Release, iCIMS is expanding its analytics offering with advanced features that include predictive capabilities. Powered by Visier, iCIMS Advanced Analytics is designed to help talent teams analyze and visualize ATS data while providing users with more flexibility.
Oracle announced Oracle Recruiting Booster, a talent acquisition solution designed to help organizations build better relationships with candidates and more efficiently hire them. A part of Oracle Fusion Cloud HCM, the product extends the capabilities of the company’s existing recruiting suite, and includes tools to help employers run high-volume events for high-volume efforts.
Career-development platform the Muse purchased Fairygodboss, an online career community for women. Fairygodboss was founded in 2015 by Georgene Huang and Romy Newman as an authentic career space for all women to feel supported and empowered. The acquisition reinforces The Muse said the transaction illustrates its dedication to making career matches where people, culture and values align.
Workers are looking for new jobs, asking for extra shifts or taking on side hustles to make ends meet as everyday expenses eat up a bigger chunk of their paychecks. A study by Qualtrics found that 64% of workers say it’s harder to pay for their living expenses now than it was a year ago. In addition, the rate of employees quitting is still high as job seekers accelerate their search, trying to find a new role with better compensation while openings are still available.
Gloat unveiled Skills Landscape, a platform enhancement that allows organizations to quickly upskill at scale by giving every employee skill-based guidance on how to reach their career goals. The program captures and analyzes workforce decisions and translates them into actionable recommendations for each worker.
Nearly one in three employees (30%) is considering leaving their job due to their employer’s response to the U.S. Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, according to a report from Catalyst, a nonprofit that works to accelerate progress for women. Almost half of those surveyed (44%) said their organizations and leaders are not doing enough to ensure abortion access, and one-third (33%) want their CEO to advocate for abortion rights. Workers were nearly twice as likely (83% vs 45%) to say that their organization genuinely cares about addressing employee needs if their company took action in response to Roe v. Wade being overturned.
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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