Last week, as companies started getting serious with their CCPA compliance, some major acquisitions and announcements were announced in HR Tech. This week’s news round-up brings to you snippets of some of the biggest stories from the week that went by, in addition to insights from renowned industry leaders. Have a look:
With surging demand for both Kronos Workforce Ready and Workforce Dimensions HCM driven by exceptional user experience, industry-specific workforce management expertise, and a commitment to customer success, Kronos Incorporated was named a “Leader” and “Innovator” in the NelsonHall Next Generation Human Capital Management (HCM) Technology NEAT vendor evaluation.
Qualtrics, a leader in customer experience and creator of the experience management category, announced that Slack Technologies, Inc., a leading global collaboration hub that makes people’s working lives simpler, has selected Qualtrics CoreXM™ to gain deeper insights into experiences that impact their business.
Paylocity, a leading provider of cloud-based payroll and HCM software solutions, announced its W-4 Readiness Kit to help its clients ensure compliance with the Internal Revenue Service’s (IRS) new W-4, Employee’s Withholding Certificate.
HCM Software Provider Paycom Reflected on EY Findings, Announced Updated Data Entry and Task Figures
Professional services firm Ernst & Young (EY) found out that the average cost of a single manual data entry made by an HR professional increased from an average of $4.39 to $4.51. Paycom Software, Inc., a leading provider of comprehensive, cloud-based HCM software, announced updated data entry and task figures to its usage management analytics tool, Direct Data Exchange™ (DDX™), based on the latest findings by EY.
Randstad Sourceright Was Named No.1 Total Workforce Solutions Leader in HRO Today’s 2019 Baker’s Dozen Awards
Randstad Sourceright was ranked as the number one overall HR provider of total workforce solutions (TWS) by HRO Today’s Baker’s Dozen Customer Satisfaction Ratings: Total Workforce Solutions. Randstad Sourceright also placed first in the “Quality of Service Leaders” and “Breadth of Service Leaders” categories.
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The U.S. can be a notoriously difficult country to work in while raising children. The federal government mandates zero weeks of paid family leave, and a new survey found that 94% of working parents receive no child care benefits from their employer. As child care costs soar, what can businesses do to support their employees with children?
Private sector employment increased by 202,000 jobs from November to December according to the December ADP National Employment Report. The report, which is derived from ADP’s actual payroll data, measures the change in total nonfarm private employment each month on a seasonally-adjusted basis.
How can professionals stand out from the crowd and score a job this year? Accountemps found out that social networking and promoting an online portfolio or personal website are the top ways job seekers can get a leg up on the competition. Furthermore, more senior managers find cover letters very valuable.
Doug Dennerline, CEO of Betterworks and Tom Griffiths, CEO of Hone share their thoughts on what will shape HR and HR Tech in 2020.
AI Recruitment Start-up Talview Partnered With LinkedIn Talent Hub to Offer Video Interviewing Capabilities
Talview, an AI-powered video interviewing platform, announced its integration with LinkedIn’s Applicant Tracking System (ATS), Talent Hub. The latest addition to the platform provides companies with the option of conducting live interviews directly from Talent Hub.
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