Harver, the company that “replaces the résumé” with technology described as a “win-win” for job creators and seekers alike, recently revealed that it has raised $8.1 million via Insight Venture Partners to expand its TalentPitch platform globally.
Ontario-based firm OpenText recently introduced its OpenText People Center — a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) application designed to deepen companies’ profiles in the HR industry — at its annual Enterprise World summit in Toronto.
Hiring made a quantum leap during the month of June with hiring figures making a strong showing among the nation’s small businesses, according to industry resources including the CBIZ Small Business Employment Index (SBEI).
A national standard-setting agency located in Washington, D.C. and an Indiana-based technical training firm joined forces recently to launch “Skill Boss,” a unique apparatus capable of preparing workers to handle equipment in the manufacturing sector.
In order to develop a master medical plan for the nation’s health care market, Dallas managed services firm Staff One HR of Dallas recently initiated a partnership with Hartford, Connecticut-based Aetna.
Kronos Paragon is supported in over 50 countries, which translates to increased access to software for country and industry-specified labor laws, language requirements and compliance regulations for workforce management.