Findem launched Talent Data Cloud, designed to consolidates the entire talent lifecycle and leverage 3D data. Talent Data Cloud integrates applications across the talent lifecycle as well as across internal and external hiring sources to streamline talent data analysis and decision-making, the company said.
HireVue introduced Find My Fit, a solution built around the company’s assessment expertise. The application bridges the gap between candidates and opportunities, the company said, helping job seekers discover roles that align with their skills, interests and human potential.
Fama Technologies, which provides online screening capabilities, announced an exclusive partnership with Hunova.com, an assessment solution that can determine traits from written, social or spoken words. The new solution will analyze a candidate’s web presence to deliver deeper insights into a their performance-based competencies, including overall fit and quality.
HR risk and solutions provider VirgilHR unveiled a chat-based tool that helps employers properly distinguish between employees and independent contractors during onboarding. According to the company, the product offers prescriptive guidance to help employers easily classify workers and ensure compliance.
SkillGigs, a talent marketplace focused on healthcare and technology, unveiled new dashboard features to improve its user experience for job seekers. The update put SkillGigs’ core functions in one location on the platform’s app. This includes the capability for job seekers to track job interviews and bids, view their ratings from employers and see which of their listed skills are most in-demand.
Executive-recruiting platform SucceedSmart launched Taylor, a generative AI solution designed to improve the creation and vetting of job descriptions. Now in Beta, Taylor creates new accomplishment-focused job descriptions, or reviews existing descriptions to uncover bias and recommend changes.
HR leaders could be underestimating the number of their employees who want a more structured 9-to-5 routine. According to research by Gallup, CHROs believed a larger portion of their workforce prefer that their work and life are blended than is actually true. CHROs expected as few as 24% of their white-collar workers prefer 9-to-5 schedules, when in fact 45% preferred this style. When it comes to front-line employees, CHROs anticipated only 54% of their employees would want their work and life to be separate, but in reality 62% preferred it.
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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