Lattice | September 22, 2023
Lattice, an innovator in people management software, has announced the introduction of Lattice HRIS, a cutting-edge human resources information system designed to oversee employee records seamlessly and integrate with Lattice's existing suite of talent products. This integration empowers customers to analyze vital metrics, unearth invaluable insights about their workforce, substantiate the success of their HR initiatives, and automate change management processes throughout their organization.
Lattice HRIS has been developed to assist growing enterprises in linking essential performance, engagement, compensation, and employee development initiatives with the data, policies, and procedures essential for their triumph. Companies can join an exclusive early access program waitlist today, affording them the opportunity to explore Lattice HRIS and provide input on the product prior to its public release next year.
Jack Altman, CEO and co-founder at Lattice, shared his perspective on this milestone, stating,
Lattice has spent eight years building products that assist HR leaders create enhanced employee experiences to build more meaningful careers, from performance management to employee engagement surveys to career development to compensation management — all based on the idea that people are the central asset for any company.
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He added that they had identified an opportunity to build upon the achievements of their talent suite and establish connections between high-impact talent programs and the necessary policies, documents, and reporting tools required by HR leaders to obtain a comprehensive insight into their employees. He noted that the initiative also aimed to streamline their HR technology stack.
A recent survey underscores the growing desire among CEOs for HR to assume a central role in their businesses, with 90% expressing this sentiment. However, only 45% reportedly believe that they are effectively nurturing conditions for HR's success. As a result, HR leaders are actively seeking innovative HR tools that will position their teams for success, elevate performance, and drive business outcomes while supporting the growth and engagement of employees, managers, and teams.
As the first HRIS in the market to operate alongside a top-rated, adaptable talent management suite, Lattice stands uniquely positioned to deliver an HR platform tailored to the needs of today's strategic HR leaders. Lattice HRIS empowers HR teams to enhance efficiency, effectiveness, and excellence across their organization through features that enable them to:
Facilitate seamless onboarding experiences that not only ensure the capture of accurate employee information but also empower employees to hit the ground running on their respective projects.
Analyze people metrics with precision, enabling HR leaders and executives to save, schedule, and share crucial people-related reports.
Enable teams to track and manage attendance, holiday calendars, and leave effectively, with intuitive visualizations of time off balances to proactively address burnout.
Visualize, compare, and unearth actionable people insights that inform strategic decision-making, enhancing employee engagement, reducing turnover, and advancing diversity initiatives.
Seamlessly integrate with globally renowned payroll, hiring, benefits, and identity management companies, guaranteeing a seamless HR experience that caters to the comprehensive needs of HR teams.
Construct workflows that automate employee communications and mitigate change fatigue by ensuring the right information reaches employees at the right time.
Sarah Walker, who serves as the Head of People at LTSE and has experience as a Lattice HRIS beta user, emphasized the significant potential for transformation offered by Lattice HRIS. She observed that integrating strategy and performance is the pivotal role HR can fulfill within a company. According to her, there is a need to establish greater efficiencies to support the efforts of their people leaders in this regard. Sarah Walker pointed out that Lattice HRIS provides a consolidated platform for their people leaders to address these requirements and facilitate the deeper integration of HR into the business. Mid-sized US-based entities can now enroll in the early access program.
Lattice's people management platform offers an interconnected and intuitive suite of HR tools designed to drive excellence and nurture people-centric cultures. Combining an HRIS with continuous performance management, employee engagement surveys, compensation management, and career development tools, Lattice's platform empowers HR teams to invest in their people and accelerate business outcomes. With a presence in North America, the UK, and Europe, Lattice serves over 5,000 customers worldwide, including Gusto, Slack, Ramp, Intercom, Tide, and many more. The company has earned a spot on the Inc. 5000 list of the fastest-growing private companies for four consecutive years and boasts a 99% Great Place to Work rating among its employees.
PR Newswire | September 29, 2023
HiBob, the company behind Bob, the HR platform transforming how organizations operate in the modern world of work, is pleased to announce the integration of notable benefits administration provider bswift, into its versatile Payroll Hub. This much anticipated collaboration marks a significant advancement in the HR landscape, offering US customers flowing and efficient solutions to manage all their benefits administration needs.
The eagerly awaited feature - Payroll and BenAdmin - allows HR professionals to unify all benefits administration activities in one convenient place. This includes monitoring ongoing staff or policy changes, updating vendors with employee data, and ensuring that all employee details are up-to-date. Customers will benefit from having a single source of truth that easily and quickly connects to other essential systems used for administration. By eliminating duplication and reducing human error, these solutions promise to increase efficiency and enhance accuracy for HR professionals and organizations alike.
bswift is thrilled to partner with HiBob to enhance the experience for our shared customers. We value the seamless integration that allows data to move swiftly between our platforms, streamlining processes and reducing manual tasks. This collaboration exemplifies the commitment of both companies to prioritize our customers, says Don Garlitz, Senior Vice President of Partnerships at bswift.
The benefits administration integration marks a significant step towards HiBob's overarching goal of enhancing the overall function and value of its Payroll Hub. By incorporating benefits administration solutions into the platform, HiBob aims to provide HR professionals with comprehensive and coherent experience particularly for those managing multi-site or global workforces.
"The importance of a comprehensive benefits administration solution cannot be overstated, particularly in the United States, where managing employee benefits is crucial for companies to attract and retain top talent. The integration allows for quicker payroll processing, reducing manual work, and guaranteeing data accuracy," says Ronni Zehavi, CEO at HiBob.
"Just like running a payroll hub pay cycle, our integration simplifies the process of bringing in demographic information to expedite enrollments including medical insurance and many other employee benefits. It provides quick and automated access to select people data, providing a hassle-free and secure experience for end users and employees," Zehavi concluded.
For more information about HiBob's Payroll Hub and the new BenAdmin Hub feature, please click on here.
HiBob is at the forefront of HR innovation, transforming the way organizations operate in the modern world of work with its award-winning HCM 'Bob'. Its modular approach caters to the needs of multinational companies seeking agile technology and robust analytics to support operations across distributed workforces in the ever-evolving economic and workplace landscape. Companies using Bob are able to accelerate hiring, retain the best talent, upskill and elevate employee experience.
More than 3,400 global businesses serving hundreds of thousands employees worldwide - including Uala, SugarCRM, The Josh Bersin Company Fiverr, The&Partnership, and VaynerMedia - appreciate its ease of use, high configurability and the ability to customize based on business requirements. The platform's high adaptability and focus on people engagement and community creation are seen in its consumer-grade user interface, providing easy access to HR processes while fostering engagement.
Awarded one of the best places to work in 2023, HiBob's global team of "Bobbers"come together to build the exceptional in an inclusive and empowering culture.
Paycor | September 18, 2023
LaborIQ, an emerging tech firm specializing in market compensation software, and Paycor, a prominent supplier of human capital management (HCM) software, have unveiled a referral partnership aimed at assisting HR leaders in talent recruitment, management, compensation, and professional development with market-competitive salary insights for all job roles across the US.
The strategic referral alliance is geared towards equipping Paycor clients with the most competitive salary recommendations tailored to today's job market demands. Additionally, it offers solutions for employee retention, fostering growth within their organizations. Claudine Zachara, President & COO of LaborIQ, expressed her delight in partnering with Paycor, acknowledging their dominant position in HCM solutions for HR teams.
LaborIQ’s compensation software, together with Paycor, creates an advantage for companies who need today’s answers for reducing pay gaps and hiring. Technology, methodology and speed have significantly evolved in the HR tech space.
Paycor clients will now enjoy exclusive advantages from LaborIQ's software. This collaboration offers unrestricted access to salary recommendations and pay benchmarks for a vast database of over 20,000 job positions.
LaborIQ is at the forefront of modernizing how US organizations access market-competitive compensation recommendations. The company believes that to compete for talent and achieve success, organizations must have access to unparalleled salary data quality, supported by rigorous labor market research, analysis, and validation. LaborIQ empowers HR teams to expedite hiring processes, reduce turnover, and ensure precise compensation decisions, earning the trust of thousands of users who rely on them for salary recommendations, pay gap closure, and streamlined pay transparency strategies.
With over three decades of experience, Paycor has established itself as a leader in human capital management. The entity’s HCM platform revolutionizes all facets of people management, encompassing recruitment, onboarding, payroll processing, career development, and talent retention. What truly distinguishes Paycor is its unwavering focus on leaders, stemming from more than 30 years of listening to and collaborating with leadership teams. This extensive experience has equipped Paycor to understand leaders' unique needs, resulting in a unified HR platform with seamless integration capabilities, robust analytics, talent development resources, and adaptable technology tailored to meet specific industry requirements. Trusted by a community of over 30,000 customers, Paycor is the preferred partner for addressing HR challenges and achieving organizational goals.
Business Wire | October 27, 2023
Businesses and technology workers should acquire and implement new skills, including generative AI capabilities, “cautiously but continuously” as talent acquisition power swings back to the employer, says an expert with Information Services Group (ISG) leading global technology research and advisory firm.
Speaking during the annual All Day DevOps virtual event today, Ola Chowning, partner and Digital lead for ISG North Europe, said the rise of new AI technologies and increased globalization are changing the balance of power in the global market for IT talent. Software developers and IT operations professionals, she said, are being forced to skill up or be left behind.
2023 has been the year of widespread worry about the ‘AI-apocalypse. The potential implications of generative AI, the growing maturity of the DevOps skills market and the willingness of employers to source cost-effective digital talent from new geographies like Spain, Portugal, Mexico and Vietnam, have put additional strain on an already nervous talent market.
Chowning’s comments came during her 30-minute online presentation, “DevOps Talent & Skills - 2023 Update,” today at 1 p.m., U.S. Eastern Time. This is Chowning’s sixth consecutive appearance at All Day DevOps, the largest event of its kind in the industry.
In her presentation, Chowning explored how organizations and DevOps experts are coping with a changing global market for IT talent that is being impacted by technology that can deliver dramatic increases in productivity, and at the same time, also increase employee concerns over job stability.
Chowning said organizations and DevOps practitioners need to lean into AI’s abilities to generate original ideas, designs and solutions, simulate outcomes of creative strategies, allow team members to collaborate with less friction and deliver greater insight and efficiency with cautious optimism rather than fear, uncertainty or doubt.
“We are not in an AI apocalypse,” she said. “Companies that can stay agile in the face of rapid change in technology, promote self-learning and empower talent will see a real boost in innovation, productivity and continuous transformation. The key for businesses and DevOps practitioners alike is to proceed cautiously but continuously.”
Leaders should establish an AI architecture and environment (including appropriate policies as necessary) and educate IT teams in how to recognize, access and use the right AI tools for the right job, ideally through an already established cognitive framework and environment for AI tools and capabilities, she said.
“Technology employees know that natural language processors and service provider talent and skill sets in traditional and emerging geographies are likely to be part of organizations’ labor strategies,” Chowning said. “Despite this shift in power, deep technology skills and expertise will never lose their value. Organizations should be transparent about their company and IT values to attract employees even in turbulent times.”
The eighth annual All Day DevOps 24-hour live stream event started at 3 a.m., U.S. Eastern Time, today. The conference features 180 practitioner-led sessions, across six tracks: CI/CD Continuous Everything; Modern Infrastructure; DevSecOps; Cultural Transformation, Site Reliability Engineering and the Software Supply Chain.
ISG (Information Services Group) is a leading global technology research and advisory firm. A trusted business partner to more than 900 clients, including more than 75 of the world’s top 100 enterprises, ISG is committed to helping corporations, public sector organizations, and service and technology providers achieve operational excellence and faster growth. The firm specializes in digital transformation services, including automation, cloud and data analytics; sourcing advisory; managed governance and risk services; network carrier services; strategy and operations design; change management; market intelligence and technology research and analysis. Founded in 2006, and based in Stamford, Conn., ISG employs more than 1,600 digital-ready professionals operating in more than 20 countries—a global team known for its innovative thinking, market influence, deep industry and technology expertise, and world-class research and analytical capabilities based on the industry’s most comprehensive marketplace data.