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HCM Technology Report – Employ Acquires Lever, Adds Capabilities to Suite

Employ Inc. acquired Lever, a talent acquisition suite that offers ATS and CRM capabilities in one product. In a blog post, Employ Chief Marketing Officer Allie Kelly said the transaction makes Employ the largest modern provider of talent acquisition solutions. By adding Lever, she said, the company becomes home to 850 employees serving 18,000 customers. In addition, it supports 3.1 million active jobs, nearly 500 million candidates and 4.9 million hires over the past 12 months. “It makes abundant sense that Lever would join the fray with JazzHR, Jobvite and NXTThing RPO,” said Brent Skinner, co-founder of 3Sixty Insights, where he leads the firm’s HCM practice. “We believe that the pieces of the puzzle to a progressive talent acquisition suite are indeed right in front of […]

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3Sixty Insights Monthly Recap | May 2022

Recent Research: Research Preview: Payroll, HCM, and Complexity: What Are the Big Concerns in Managing Remote, Global, or Otherwise Complex Workforces? 3Ssixty Insights Co-Founder Brent Skinner’s Research Preview launching our exploration into future-of-work changes on the horizon for the kind of human capital management handled by the likes of Neeyamo, Globalization Partners, Papaya Global, Immedis, CloudPay, and others. One of our 2022 HCM themes looks at payroll, HCM, and complexity vis-à-vis professional employer organizations, human resource outsourcers, employers of record and how they help organizations manage remote, global, or otherwise complex workforces. Analyst Insight: Strategizing for High-Volume Hiring Success This Analyst Insight by 3Ssixty Insights delves into the artificial intelligence-powered Talent Experience Management (TXM) platform by Phenom. AI technology can greatly streamline, accelerate and personalize […]

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Analyst Insight: Strategizing for High-Volume Hiring Success

What You Need to Know Many larger organizations with customer service and support roles are in the practice of hiring hundreds or even thousands of positions a year – even more for those with high-volume seasonal needs such as retail, warehouse and delivery services. Other industries also prone to high-volume hiring needs, such as healthcare and commercial air travel, are constantly fighting the competition for in-demand, highly specialized talent. But traditional hiring practices for high-volume hiring can add unnecessary steps to the application and screening processes for roles that may only have basic candidate prerequisites, while the sheer volume of applicants could clog candidate review and interview processes. In addition, a lengthy time-to-offer may mean missing out on candidates who are applying to multiple companies […]

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retrain.ai Webinar Responsible AI and the NYC Audit Law – What You Should Know Before 2023 | June 8th at 10am EST

What exactly defines responsible AI? And how will increased regulation impact HR tech integration across industries? Hiring a diverse workforce can introduce a varied soft skills base, offer fresh perspectives and boost creativity, ultimately increasing resilience and competitive advantage for enterprises who invest in DEI. AI integrated into HR Tech can support DEI efforts by reducing bias–if it’s responsible. Join us for a special webinar and learn about the new AI Audit Law coming to NYC in January 2023, including: What the law entails and what it means for your organization What HR Leaders need to know now to prepare over the next six months How increased regulation presents an opportunity for strengthened DEI How to speak the language and ask the right questions of […]

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Research Agenda: Human Capital Management 2022

Many of the following themes for 2022 in human capital management build on the idea that every aspect of HCM has concrete and abstract expressions (3Sixty Insights BWSRN2142 – Concrete vs. Abstract HCM: The Power of “And,” April 2021)—easily measurable, tactical impacts (concrete), and less easily measurable, strategic impacts (abstract) all in the end affecting employee sentiment and, therefore, organizational success. This year’s themes also reflect the idea that advances in technology and in attitudes about HCM’s charter are blurring the lines between conventional silos of HCM. You cannot do performance management well anymore without combining it with better collaboration technology and a modern learning management system (LMS), for example. Even the long-ago newfangled term talent management has all but slinked away, replaced by notions […]

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benefitsPRO – Getting leaders to think differently about talent

Although history contests the attribution of this quote to Albert Einstein, I think we can all agree there is no doubt in the essence of its truth: “Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.” Yet even with the lessons learned during the pandemic, many managers are applying the exact same hiring criteria that they did before: What technical skills does the external or internal candidate possess? How many years of experience do they have? Did they graduate from a prestigious university? It’s practically painful to watch the same tired tactics applied, knowing the outcomes will not be better. The pandemic redefined the workforce During the pandemic, over 20 million jobs were eliminated during a two-month period in 2020. […]

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Pandemic Fallout and the Future of Work

Even as parts of the world return to a state resembling normal, the fallout from the coronavirus pandemic continues to unfold. Referring to this global event as “unprecedented” has become so commonplace as to be clichéd, and yet, the term hits the nail on the head. The unprecedented nature of this worldwide disaster renders its effects unpredictable, and as we march into the future, those effects continue to develop in ways we could only have guessed. Pandemic lockdowns had an immediate and marked effect on work. Who could or should go to work, where that work took place, how it was done—these work life fundamentals changed overnight for the majority of the population. Had lockdowns lasted only two weeks, as first predicted in those optimistic […]

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