HR Tech Bytes: Qualifi, Symphony Talent & More

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In response to the most challenging labor market conditions in over 30 years, Harri, the revolutionary Human Capital Management platform serving over 20,000 restaurant and hotel locations and 4 million hospitality employees globally, announced today the launch of three integrated product suites that extend Harri’s current talent acquisition and workforce management capabilities to create the first scalable, end-to-end Employee Experience Platform, built from the ground up for hospitality and other service workforces.

CoreHR consolidates data and streamlines human resource workflows across multiple HR systems, connecting individual employees and their teams to the wider organization. Harri iQ, an analytics platform, allows business operators to interact with their data in a consumer-minded way. CommsHub is a customizable communications platform that enables managers to connect with frontline workers across multiple locations and teams.


Appcast, the global leader in programmatic recruitment advertising technology and services, today announced that it has been named to Inc. magazine’s 2022 “Best Workplaces” list. Based on employee feedback, the annual list recognizes American companies that have created exceptional workplaces and company culture whether teams are operating in person or remotely.

Appcast places a strong focus on company culture and has made great efforts to create a unique and welcoming environment where employees feel empowered, valued and part of company success. In addition to programs that support employees, like an annual professional development stipend, regular performance reviews and one-on-one check-ins between managers and employees, Appcast takes every opportunity to celebrate its team. As an example, when three recent Appcast hires were devastated to learn their university’s graduation ceremony was canceled due to a surge in COVID-19 cases, Appcast sprang into action to host an in-office graduation complete with caps, gowns and a champagne toast.


Qualifi, the leading phone-screening platform for high-volume recruiting, allowing teams to phone interview hundreds of candidates in minutes, today welcomed two high-profile HR tech leaders to its team: Phil Daniels as a member of the Board of Directors and Doug Berg as a strategic advisor.


Symphony Talent, a global leader in recruitment marketing technology, today announced the appointment of Kermit Randa as its new Chief Executive Officer. Randa joins Symphony Talent as it enters its next phase of growth and continues to enable its customers to deliver exceptional recruiting experiences – at speed and scale.

Randa succeeds former CEO Roopesh Nair, who will assume a new role as the company’s Chief Product Officer. In his new position, Nair will leverage his extensive product engineering expertise to continue driving innovation that addresses the evolving needs facing time- and attention- acquisition teams.

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