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New partnerships empower businesses in the fight against COVID-19 this week, as Microsoft enhances its partnership with LogMeIn, Workday teams up with [email protected], and more.
Key Players Announcements:
- LogMeIn has added new features to its collaborations with Microsoft and Docebo. LogMeIn’s GoToMeeting has now been enhanced with new integrations (including Microsoft Teams), audio enhancements, and an updated mobile and desktop experience (via UC Today).
- Opportun[email protected] has announced a Tech for Good partnership with Workday. The partnership plans to leverage Workday’s skills cloud to support [email protected]’s marketplace, which will help match STARs (workers in the U.S. who don’t have four-year degrees but are Skilled Through Alternative Routes) with employers in need of their skills, allowing them to work, learn, and earn to their full potential (via PR Newswire).
More HRD Tech News:
- CareerPlug has announced the launch of an initiative to help businesses rebuild and displaced job seekers find work in the wake of the COVID-19 crisis. The company is providing two months of free access to its hiring software for all new clients (via CareerPlug).
- Green Circle Life has announced the availability of a private-labelled communications feature of SmartFHR – an all-in-one communication and engagement web and app-based service that aggregates employee-facing services at zero cost to employers – for the next six months, during the coronavirus pandemic. The platform provides a mobile-first approach to communications and is designed to improve overall comprehension, retention and understanding of employer messages (via Benzinga).
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