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WORKFORCE MANAGEMENT, EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT
LAWLOGIX | July 22, 2022
Equifax® (NYSE: EFX) announced today that it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire LawLogix, a leading provider of cloud-based I-9 software and immigration case management software, from Hyland. This acquisition will enable Equifax's largest and fastest-growing business, Workforce Solutions, to support employers and law firms with an even more comprehensive set of services as they manage amidst today's complex and rapidly changing employment and regulatory landscape.
WORKFORCE MANAGEMENT, HR STRATEGY
PRweb | May 02, 2023
Today at the UNLEASH America conference, Reejig, the global leader in workforce intelligence, announced its new Work Ontology™, which unbundles traditional job architectures to atomized components such as skills required, tasks and task adjacency, requirements, and time allocated. Reejig customers can now achieve their workforce optimization goals with personalized, actionable, real-time insights that support the redistribution of work to the most efficient and innovative resources, ...
Eightfold.ai | February 11, 2021
Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO) can now unlock the potential of the modern workforce.
Eightfold AI, industries 1st Talent Intelligence Platform™, announced the expansion of its industry-leading Talent Management solution. Central to this expansion is Career HUB, which pairs sophisticated AI-driven skills with a central destination for complete career development.
The primary goal for every CHRO is to attain business objectives with employee ambitions to u...
Los Angeles Times | March 17, 2020
As fallout from the coronavirus pandemic hits the economy, it’s slamming the American workforce: Some 18% of adults reported that they had been laid off or that their work hours had been cut, a new poll found. The proportion affected grew for lower-income households, with 25% of those making less than $50,000 a year reporting that they had been let go or had their hours reduced, according to a survey released Tuesday by NPR, PBS NewsHour and Marist of 835 working adults in the contiguous U...
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