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SHRM | December 09, 2020
Google and the Society for Human Resource Management Foundation will partner to interface different job searchers in tech to positions at major U.S. organizations, as indicated by a Dec. 2 declaration. The partnership will organize undiscovered ability pools and prepare HR professionals "with programs that make financial chance, advance comprehensive hiring practices, and give essential digital skills training."
The partnership will advance Google's career certificat...
HR ANALYTICS,HR STRATEGY
UKG | November 14, 2022
UKG, a leading provider of HR, payroll, and workforce management solutions for all people, today announced the debut of FleX by UKG, a modern technology platform purpose-built to support great workplaces. FleX helps organizations evolve alongside the needs of their people, connecting the business with emerging applications to meet people where they want to work — whether within UKG or other systems of communication and engagement to foster exceptional and transformative employee experience...
G-P | October 04, 2022
Globalization Partners (G-P), the leading Global Employment Platform™ that makes it fast, simple, and compliant for companies to hire anyone, anywhere, announced the launch of its new brand name, tagline and visual identity. The rebranding reflects G-P's ongoing commitment to breaking down barriers to global business and enabling employment opportunities for everyone, everywhere.
G-P created the Employer of Record category in 2012 shifting the paradigm that r...
HR Dive | January 22, 2020
The global talent shortage has nearly doubled in the past decade, according to ManpowerGroup research released Jan. 17. More than half (54%) of the international businesses polled reported skill shortages; businesses in 36 of 44 countries also reported more difficulty attracting talent now than in 2018. In other findings, Gen Z showed a preference for money and career development; women prioritized pay twice as much as developing skills, while men placed skill development on par with money. Mill...
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