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Here’s some vendors making headlines.

Shifton is now free! Starting February 1, 2022, any company with up to 100 employees will be able to use the core shift scheduling features, including locations, labels, bulk  actions and automatic scheduling algorithms, for free. If the company has more than 100 employees or additional modules, the regular fee will apply.

As a reminder, in addition to the core functions, the Shifton system has advanced break planning functionality, which is very popular in the contact center industry, an attendance module, leave management and a salary and bonus forecasting system. The latter module is widely in demand in the service industry, as it allows the business to be as transparent as possible for its employees in matters of salary, and also works great  as a motivation tool.

Shifton is a startup company operating on the market since 2019, providing services in many industries, from small coffee shops to leading local retail players. The Shifton platform has a wide range of solutions that is constantly expanding.

Crelate, creators of the leading, flexible recruitment platform for modern talent-focused businesses, today announced the addition of their proprietary Vendor Management System (VMS) integration to the company’s industry-leading Crelate Omni™ platform. The new integration, seamlessly connecting VMS platforms and Crelate’s premier Applicant Tracking System (ATS), enables recruiting and staffing professionals to instantly accelerate time to hire and improve overall productivity.  

Wedge, the modern recruiting platform turning video screening into a competitive advantage, today shared details of its 2021 success, which includes 700 percent growth year over year and more than 100,000 candidates screened, plus the addition of several new customers and expansion of the company’s team, product and industry partnerships.

iHire announces the addition of Human Resources Services & Consulting to its employer solutions portfolio. Drawing from more than 20 years of experience in the recruitment space, iHire now delivers fully customized, people-centric HR services designed to help businesses attract and onboard talent, motivate and retain employees, simplify compliance, and streamline processes. To learn more about iHire’s HR Services & Consulting, visit:

WORQDRIVE, the technology-based internal mobility engine designed to make it easy for employees to stay, today shared 2021 highlights as the company positions itself for escalating success in 2022. The company’s focus on talent mobility comes at a critical moment for many organizations, with recent research from Gallup indicating that employee engagement dropped in 2021 for the first time in a decade amid ongoing fallout from the Great Resignation.

Tracey Parsons, CEO of WORQDRIVE, commented, “At the beginning of last year, we saw people start to think about making job changes. By the end of 2021, employers felt the effects without taking much action. And as the world watched the Great Resignation unfold, we worked hard behind the scenes to develop and release the world’s first comprehensive employee-driven internal talent mobility solution. WORQDRIVE’s goal is to encourage employees to make the right move for them within their current employer, inspired by their ability to see opportunities for the first time.”

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