The partnership between the two firms will make HiBob’s solutions accessible to the more than 3,500 members of REC, and revamp HR requirements and standards for the company in general. available to the REC’s 3,500 members, the organisation is also adopting the platform itself to manage its own HR requirements.
HiBob, which was founded just three years ago, has already won the business of more than 300 companies thanks to its unique combination of core HR capabilities and innovative benefits and engagement tools. The platform helps companies better understand their workforce, drive engagement, boost internal culture and improve retention.
“One of the core aims of the REC is to drive best practice in all areas of the industry, as well as helping recruitment firms address the challenges they face. With the fast paced nature of the industry there is no question that culture, retention and benefits are an area where we need collectively to do more and HiBob can play a significant role.
“One of the reasons we’ve adopted HiBob ourselves at the REC is that it will allow us to engage with our own teams and understand what they want and need in their roles, and making changes to ensure we remain one of the very best places to work. With recruitment known to be an intense profession, this is exactly the kind of approach the industry needs to take as a whole.”
HiBob is changing the way HR departments communicate with employees, and is moving the industry away from traditional task based systems to ones that put the person at the centre. The platform can tackle everything from retention challenges to employee satisfaction as well as replacing existing HR systems and processes.
Read more here.
Join us in Bangkok the 19th to the 22nd of March for the Property Portal Watch Conference.