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Rec Tech: the Recruiting Technology Podcast

Bringing you technology inspired conversations with practitioners and vendors in the recruiting technology arena.

Dec 10, 2021

Clovers a human resources technology firm leveraging interview intelligence to improve interviewing and hiring practices, today announced Zoom Video Communications, Inc. has invested in the firm via its $100 million Zoom Apps Fund.

HR technology company HiBob rolls out its Payroll Hub, a centralized dashboard on the Bob platform that automatically updates companies’ payroll data in real-time. Effectively managing payroll is one of the biggest pain points for HR teams and has become increasingly complex as workforces have become geographically dispersed and increasingly dynamic with a mix of both full-time and contract workers. The tool addresses this challenge directly with a user-friendly design and capabilities that allow companies to serve all workers – whether they are full-time, freelance, or in another country.

GoodJob Software LLC announced that it has been named Company of the Year by HR Tech Outlook. The magazine publishes an annual list of the top ten human resources tech startups, and GoodJob came in at number one.

SkillCat, a free training & jobs platform for skilled trade workers, today announced a $3.3 million seed round led by Omar Hamoui at Mucker Capital. 

The investment brings SkillCat closer to its vision of placing one million blue collar workers into high-paying skilled trade jobs. 

The investment brings SkillCat closer to solving two of the world’s biggest problems: 1) blue collar workers can’t find good jobs and 2) there is a massive skilled trade worker shortage.

Sense, a market leader in AI-driven talent engagement and communication platform solutions for recruiting, today announced $50 million in Series D funding led by SoftBank Vision Fund 2. 

“Sense’s founding mission to equip companies to engage with best-fit talent both quickly and effectively is more important than ever. Our work with hundreds of companies in the past year alone has enabled them to build great teams and compete for talent amid the pandemic,” said Anil Dharni, CEO of Sense.