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Google | January 30, 2020
At a time when the U.S. is facing shortage of tech workers, Google announced Thursday a new course in Python programming language, a key skill that many employers are looking for. The news comes as Silicon Valley faces scrutiny over the implications of the tech industry on the American workforce. The program, which is called the Google IT Automation With Python Professional Certificate, is part of the “Grow with Google” initiative launched a couple of years ago. The course is done in...
HR STRATEGY,EMPLOYEE BENEFITS
UKG | November 25, 2022
UKG, a leading provider of HR, payroll, and workforce management solutions for all people, today announced winners of the UKG Aspire 2022 Innovation Awards, which celebrate customers using UKG people technology in innovative ways to solve complex problems, create empowering workplaces, and drive exceptional business outcomes.
The Innovation Awards are a longstanding UKG tradition that recognizes the achievements of customers going above and beyond to create meaningful and connecte...
HR PRACTICE, EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT
PlanSource | September 27, 2022
PlanSource, a leading provider of cloud-based benefits administration technology, has emerged into the employee engagement space with a new product called The Source, releasing on September 30, 2022.
According to Gallup, disengaged employees can cost companies $450 – 550B in lost productivity. While benefits administration platforms help employees make benefit decisions and successfully enroll, there is a clear gap in engagement and utilization after the fact. Additionally, ...
TeamSense | September 13, 2021
After a successful launch as a COVID symptom tracker tool for the hourly workforce, TeamSense, the leading app-free, text-based human resources tool for hourly workers in the manufacturing space was acquired by the Fortive Corporation. TeamSense is the first spinout company from a joint innovation studio created by Seattle, Washington-based Pioneer Square Labs and Everett, Washington headquartered Fortive. Adding to its portfolio of more than 20 companies, TeamSense joins similar Fortive compani...
HR ANALYTICS, HR STRATEGY
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