Global training solutions and services provider Working Voice has just turned 20 and to mark this milestone, it is releasing new eLearning bundles that pack in their entire offering into eight easy to consume packets. The UK-based company helps businesses maximize their L&D spend, ensure ROI, and boost retention rates – a metric that’s directly linked to upskilling in the workplace. The new eLearning suite along with their attractive delivery/engagement models promises to ramp-up retention via better on-the-job training. One of the major constraints for HR teams and L&D professionals in particular, is shrinking budgets, even as expectations are on the rise.
Amaravati (Andhra Pradesh) [India], Feb 20 (ANI): TrakInvest, the world's first virtual social trading platform and a Singapore headquartered Ed-tech/Fin-tech firm has joined hands with the Andhra Pradesh government and Fintech Valley in Vizag to educate and create jobs for the youth across the state. TrakInvest will train students in stock market investing through practical training modules where users will learn by trading with real stocks and virtual money. The students earn a certificate and a job when they showcase a positive portfolio performance by trading real time on the TrakInvest platform. TrakInvest platform will also launch sophisticated, Institutional Grade AI tools to deliver real-time social trading signals and
The wide range and more-than-attractive salaries are the main factors that make more and more people look for training in virtualization and cloud technologies. There is no doubt that currently any IT department from anywhere in the world (and not only those related to information technology) are involved with a team in the development of these two concepts that, until recently, were unknown by the majority: the Cloud and virtualization. In this way, it is not surprising that more and more people are looking for offers related to them. If it's salaries, an architect of cloud solutions based on Amazon
P&G celebrated the South European final of the second edition of its Challenge Europe CEO competition, focused on up-and-coming university talents with business acumen. The event took place in Madrid and was attended by Franco Giannicchi, president and CEO of P&G South Europe, who was in charge of delivering the award to the winning student team composed of Caterina Albertini of BocconiUniversity, Alejandro Morras, of ICAI and Marina Fernandez Muñoz from ICADE, some of whom will have the opportunity to do internships at P&G together with the company's professionals. After the success of the first edition, the second participation has
Workday, a finance firm, has announced a new business venture in which they have amassed funds to give capital to AI, VR, and blockchain startups. So far, they have built up $250 million, and plan on saving more funds to give to companies. Workday hopes that with their funding, these startups will work with them and expand their influence. This new move lines up with Workday's new cloud platform, meaning they can use this new technology to spread their wings and integrate into new prospects. “The goal of Workday Ventures is to make Workday’s people and technology expertise available to
European HR company Adessa Group has announced their new Chief Strategy Officer, and it's Luc Bossaert. He will be also serving on the company's board and as an investor. Adessa is known as an SAP HCM & SuccessFactors partner, offering solutions across a wide spectrum – payroll, time management, benefits, HRIS, and workforce administration. Since 2005, the company has been committed towards HR transformation – helping clients/customers achieve their business goals while ensuring a solid and stable HR foundation. Luc will be looking at strategic growth movements and will bring his vast industry and customer management experience – and his
Global Upside – the HR services solutions provider - has announced an end-to-end digital refresh for its staffing division, as Gava Talent Solutions or GTS. This will now work as an independent entity. Bill Armstrong, Global VP, Staffing will take charge of the newly launched firm as its President while Ragu Bhargava, the current CEO will stay on in the role. GTS is part of Global Upside’s wide gamut of ‘recruit-to-retire’ solutions which include a variety of functionalities – payroll, professional employer services, and accounting – across over 100+ countries. Recently, the group unveiled its proprietary benefits and time management solution: MIHI.
LinkedIn, the professional network with over 546 million users in more than 200 countries and territories worldwide, has recently launched a new way of helping its members avoid going through the interview processes for jobs with salaries that do not tie or come anywhere near to their expectations. Salary Insights which would be adding approximated or expected salary ranges to the vacant positions. The salary ranges would either be obtained from the numbers provided by the employers or would be deduced from the data submitted by the LinkedIn members. The feature is expected to be available in the next few weeks.
Recently launched Uncommon.co is hoping to change the manual model of job hiring by using artificial intelligence to identify exactly the requirements for job postings and matching those jobs perfectly to qualified applicants. The company also announced that it has raised an $18 million Series A round from Canaan Partners, Spark Capital, and Zeev Ventures. President Amir Ashkenazi and CEO Teg Grenager founded the company in 2016, after working together on Adap.tv, which sold to AOL for $405 million in mid-2013 and was the largest acquisition AOL had made up to that time (AOL, now Oath following its merger with Yahoo, is TechCrunch’s parent
DCR Workforce, an HR solutions provider as recently announced two new appointments that will take the country to "greater heights." Daniel Weinfurter joins in the capacity of Chief Growth Officer – this combines sales and marketing under one unified umbrella. "DCR is in growth mode, and I'm excited to join the team. As the tide shifts toward a nearly equal split between employees and outsourced workers in organizations, there's a great need for companies to invest in a Vendor Management System to gain insight into all types of non-employee labor,” Weinfurter said, adding that the company meets a very real need for