Talview introduced Interview Insights, a solution for what it calls the biggest blind spot in the hiring process – the job interview. The product uses AI to coach interviewers and bring organizations specific, explainable and actionable insights. According to Talview, that will allow employers to make interventions that enable them to meet their key talent goals.
eTeki and Candidate.ly have partnered to help staffing teams evaluate and submit tech candidates more quickly. Together, the companies will allow talent managers to get a complete picture of each candidate, with all data used for decision-making on one screen.
Workplace flexibility continues to be the top priority for employees, according to research by McLean & Company. The firm’s research highlights how improperly structured and implemented flexible work programs can exacerbate existing challenges in an organization or create new ones. McLean recommends organizations uncover the unique needs of specific employee segments to offer the kinds of flexibility their workforce wants.
SilkRoad Technology unveiled the addition of person-to-person texting and SMS notifications to its RedCarpet Onboarding solution and On-demand Talent Campaigns. The addition will enable organizations to easily communicate with candidates and new hires, speeding up the process to source, attract, convert, engage and retain talent amid recent workforce changes.
Diversity recruiting and retention platform PowerToFly secured over $30 million in funding, which will allow the company to build a membership portal to help HR and people operations leaders learn best DEI practices.
CV-Library acquired Brilliant Jobs, a platform that uses AI and programmatic technology to connect candidates with employers. The acquisition was part of a strategic move to own and integrate a programmatic product within CV-Library’s existing technology stack and to expand the company’s product line.
High-volume recruiting technology company Grayscale Labs landed a $7.5 million investment from Atlanta Ventures, according to Atlanta Inno.
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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