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    Platform to recruit

    Manchester tech and service agency Venn has recently launched their new recruitment SaaS platform Vennture. The new Vennture platform will power Venn’s suite of...

    Work Out for Ceridian

    Ceridian has announced that PureGym has selected Dayforce, Ceridian’s global HCM platform, to support its rapidly expanding operations and improve employee engagement. Dayforce will...

    Bullhorn acquires Sirenum

    Bullhorn has announced that it has acquired Sirenum, a provider of shift scheduling and workforce management solutions for enterprise staffing companies on Salesforce. This...

    CV-Library Partnership

    CV-Library has announced that it will be extending its partnership with multi award-winning recruitment software business Firefish. Firefish already benefits from CV-Library's job posting integration,...

    Right to Disconnect

    Just Ask Max, a new digital wellbeing service, has been launched to lead the response in helping to improve the ‘digital health’ of employees. The platform believes the UK is poised to be next in adopting the new ‘Right to Disconnect’ regulation sweeping across the Europe, and says digital health is quickly emerging as the fourth segment of employee wellbeing, adding to financial, physical and emotional wellbeing.

    Ready to be paid

    E-current account provider Unizest has launched in the UK with support from Mastercard, Railsbank, Association of Labour Providers (ALP), and several international recruiters. Unizest’s is aiming to go beyond the traditional fintech solutions and help solve the long term problem facing UK recruitment agencies when arranging payment for overseas workers.

    Automate your workforce

    The impact of Covid-19 globally has proved to business owners the importance of technology, reshaping entire industries to cater for remote working and the growth of the gig-economy. It is no longer an option to ignore the changes happening all around you and adapting to a more technology-led way of operating is imperative.

    Sense grows

    Sense, makers of an AI-driven talent engagement and communication platform solutions for recruiting, have announced $16 million in Series C funding. Bringing the total funding amount to $40 million to date, this latest round will accelerate innovation and development of the company’s AI-powered talent communication and engagement suite. Key investors in this round include Avataar Venture Partners with additional participation from previous investors including Accel and GV.

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