Workstream today announced it has extended its Series B funding round with an additional close of $60 million, bringing the total Series B financing to $108 million.
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Adaptive learning works by gathering data on employee preferences, patterns and behaviors, then using that information to adjust the learning process. So, in the context of onboarding, that means the data is used to optimize the onboarding process.
We’ve all started new jobs and felt inundated with mountains of paperwork and meetings in the first week. And for many, these feelings of isolation accumulate during the onboarding process — and can make or break their journey with the company.
Take a look at what learning opportunities to promote throughout each stage of the employee lifecycle.
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As a result of this shift, organizations are adapting to meet current employee expectations. Successful employers are defining clear goals and expectations for recruiting and onboarding to retain talent, especially in regard to their remote employees.
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Today, Mitratech is pleased to announce that it has acquired the applicant tracking and onboarding platform, TalentReef.
A new hire training program is essential for ensuring that new employees have the tools to succeed in their role and are prepared to fulfill their responsibilities.