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Edcast | December 23, 2021
On December 22, award-winning talent experience platform EdCast and professional development and talent solutions provider KLD, announced a partnership to provide premium content for skill development in the Middle East.
EdCast is hoping to leverage KLD’s deep expertise in offering holistic training solutions for professionals. Through the partnership, both companies expect to fulfill professional skill development needs to meet the growing demand from government organizatio...
RECRUITMENT & RETENTION
AstrumU | December 02, 2021
AstrumU, a Seattle-based startup that is pioneering the use of machine learning to forecast the value of educational experiences in the labor market, has announced its collaboration with Missouri's Park University aimed at supporting active-duty military members on their campus. Using the AstrumU platform, military students will gain insight into how their skillsets translate into civilian career paths along with data-driven recommendations for education and training options to support their...
Anurag Khadkikar | April 15, 2021
isolved, a G2 Leader in Human Resources Management for six consecutive quarters, has purchased Givful, a workplace philanthropy platform that transforms the way people give and volunteer and have a positive influence on the world. Via a new human capital management (HCM) solution that purposefully engages today's workforce, isolved and Givful are democratizing corporate social responsibility programs for SMB and mid-market companies.
"With the acquisition of Givful, isolv...
The Verge | March 18, 2020
Tesla will reduce its workforce at its Fremont, California, car factory after the local Sheriff’s Office said the company was not complying with a three-week shelter-in-place order meant to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus, BuzzFeed News is reporting. The Silicon Valley automaker will drop from around 10,000 employees to 2,500, though it’s unclear when the scaleback will take place, or what the company is doing to prevent those workers from being infected with or spreading th...
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