August 18, 2019

Category: Featured

Active Placement Drives A Shift from People Finding Jobs to “Jobs Finding People”

Lee Hecht Harrison’s Investments in People and Digital Innovation Continue to Reshape the Outplacement Industry. Lee Hecht Harrison (LHH) announced that “Active Placement,” their reimagined approach to outplacement, is delivering on the promise of helping individuals in career transition land in better jobs, faster. Since announcing the launch in July 2017, LHH has helped over half […]

SAP Kicks off SAP.Io Foundry San Francisco for HR Tech Startups

SAP SE announced the launch of the SAP.iO Foundry San Francisco Winter 2019 Cohort. During the next three months, SAP will accelerate seven HR technology startups from across the globe as part of the program. In collaboration with SAP SuccessFactors management, the announcement will be made at the Cohort Launch Day at the SAP.iO office in San Francisco. […]

Mya Automates Recruitment for 60 Large Retailers During 2018 Holiday Season

The Conversational AI Recruiter Had over 12.5 Million Candidate Interactions with Hourly Workers Improving Hiring Efficiency by Nearly 3X for the Largest Retail, Ecommerce, and Logistics Brands Sixty of the largest retail, ecommerce, and logistics companies worldwide gave themselves a competitive edge this year by adopting the Mya platform. In the months leading up to the […]

General Motors Deploys NICE Performance Management To Improve Employee Collaboration While Putting Customers First Across 65 Contact Centers Managing 30 Million Interactions

NICE Performance Management version 7.0 selected to support GM’s ‘Best in Class’ strategy and improve performance and employee engagement NICE announced that General Motors (GM) is implementing NICE Performance Management (NPM) version 7.0 to empower its contact center workforce in meeting the company’s key business goals, including ensuring excellent customer satisfaction. Serving customers and dealers, GM’s contact center […]

Acclaimed New Book Helps Save and Create Jobs in a Time of Innovation

As individuals and organizations grapple with what to do about artificial intelligence replacing jobs, new research about the importance of developing curiosity could be the answer. Dr. Diane Hamilton’s recently released book, Cracking the Curiosity Code, has gained the attention of billionaires Keith Krach and Ken Fisher, as well as top executives Steve Forbes, Mike Federle and many others because curiosity ties into many […]
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