This week: New Zenefits CEO and Apps for compliance and document management, Slack to Take On Microsoft With New “Slack Grid,” Workday Records Contract With Amazon, Ultimate Software Group Revenue, Paycom forecasts positive, Growth and executive additions help Glint, Facebook announces paid family sick leave and new bereavement benefits, and Philadelphia passes country’s first wage discrimination law.
Gerry Crispin is a lifelong student of recruiting and his career in Human Resources spans more than 40 years. Gerry facilitates peer-to-peer, competitive practice conversations with TA leaders from some of the world’s largest and most innovative corporations. Gerry has co-authored eight books on the evolution of staffing and has written 100s of articles and whitepapers.
This week: HCM launches Labor Force Analytics Tool, China Oceanwide Consortium buying IDG, ADP Job Estimates & ADP Revenue #’s, Move Guides commitment to Refugee Crisis, and SmartRecruiter Acquisition.
Veteran high tech market analyst Dr. Katherine Jones is a partner at Mercer, where she leads a charter to develop thought leadership on all areas of human capital management and the technologies that support it. Her Masters and Doctorate degrees are from Cornell University.
This week: PlanSource Acquires Next Generation Enrollment, Mobile Apps Provider, EmployeeChannel Raises $5M, Oracle’s Important Little Acquisition, Expedia co-founder Ajai Sehgal joins talent management startup, The Chemistry Group, China Oceanwide Consortium Nearing Deal to Buy International Data Group, These Cities Are at the Forefront of the Fight for a Fair Workweek, and Facebook, Google look to combat fake news.
This week: Is Workday’s Wal-Mart Deal a Game Changer?, ADP Acquires The Marcus Buckingham Company to Expand Talent Portfolio, HR Consultants for Hire: ADP Now Offers Professional Services for Midsized Businesses, Microsoft is developing its own human capital management apps, and 21st Century Cures Act gives brokers huge edge in HR tech war.
This week: Gartner to Buy CEB Inc. for $2.6 Billion in Cash, Stock (Paywall), Fortune’s 50 Best Workplaces for Parents, Jeremy Roche joins Unit4 as Chief Product Officer, Trump and Sessions plan to restrict highly skilled foreign workers. Hyderabad says to bring it on, and Amazon’s Alexa won the CES battle, but faces a tough war.
This week: Trish McFarlane new Infor VP, Global HCM Strategy and Product Management, Namely raises $50M; Adds time management to help mid-sized companies, Ransomware targets HR departments with fake job applications, Under Armour at CES highlights digital transformation efforts as clothing, and French workers win legal right to avoid checking work email out-of-hours.
This is the year-end show for HR Tech Weekly where Stacey and John cover notable HR Tech news, acquisitions, mergers, funding, and The Top 5 Ways Work Changed in 2016.
This week: SAP Analyst Update, Talemetry HealthcareSource Announce Partnership, DOL issues final rule on city retirement programs, “So What Kind of Performance Review Do You Want, Anyway?”. And Gartner predicts future of personal data in smart cities.