Employee EngagementHR Technology#HRTech
Culture Amp enables organisations by helping them take a data-driven, three-pronged approach to building an employee experience that people love.
Despite organisations ramping up digital infrastructures, many have noticed potential issues such as the need for cybersecurity experts and the widening digital skills gap and companies generally deal with these concerns by hiring new, skilled staff. But, this approach is not sustainable, says Ina Bajwa, Global Head, Learning & Development, Tata Communications.
Organisations are rapidly shifting to a digital-first culture as part of the ‘new norm’. This entails enhancing the digital savviness of employees and investing in intelligent, integrated platforms for automation, says Lynne Scheid, Senior Vice President, HR at Kofax, in an exclusive interview with People Matters.
Software and technology are one of Clearlake's focus areas, and the firm bills itself as developing long-term strategic partnerships with the management of its portfolio companies.
SkillingLearning & Development#TheSkillsConundrum#HRTech
Australian organisations have to reframe the approach to hiring to become even more inclusive in talent acquisition practices, creating more pathways for skilled talent to enter the workforce.
The Disco acquisition will give Culture Amp's platform additional tools for value recognition in the workplace, according to Culture Amp CEO Didier Elzinga. Meanwhile, Anna Binder brings extensive people expertise from Asana to the BoD.
How did the global HR tech and work space fare in terms of acquisitions in the second quarter of the second year of the pandemic? Take a look.