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Radancy | July 21, 2022
Radancy, the global leader in enterprise software and services solutions for end-to-end talent sourcing, today announced it has partnered with New Mountain Capital, a leading growth-oriented investment firm with over $37 billion in assets under management. The investment from New Mountain Capital will allow Radancy to accelerate its software product roadmap and expand its suite of services focused on helping enterprises optimally identify, engage, and hire talent. Existing investor Gemspring Cap...
Oracle | June 03, 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced HR professionals into some of the most challenging times on record. Whether its adapting to new workforce demands, managing dispersed teams or maintaining positive employee experiences in a time of volatility, HR teams have taken center stage.
But the battle is not over yet. As the road to recovery continues, organizations are now having to figure out how to safely and efficiently bring their employees back into the workplace. And it’s up to ...
HR ANALYTICS,WORKFORCE MANAGEMENT
Innovaccer | July 28, 2022
Innovaccer Analytics Pvt. Ltd., announced today that the company has been certified as a Great Place to Work® organization. Great Place to Work® is considered the gold-standard for identifying and facilitating strong work cultures. For the second year in a row, Innovaccer has earned exceptional scores across various brackets including credibility of management, fairness at workplace, a respectful environment, among others.
The results are assessed and evaluated based on tw...
Walmart | August 09, 2020
In 2001, a Walmart greeter named Betty Dukes brought a class lawsuit against her employer, on behalf of 1.5 million of her fellow employees. Dukes had started at Walmart in 1994, making $5.50 an hour. Later, armed with a college degree and ordained as a Baptist minister, she accused her employer of discriminating against female workers, and took the case all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court. Ultimately, she lost the case in a 5-to-4 decision, although as The New York Times put it, her decade-lo...
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