Construction firms have unique payroll and HR challenges, such as, job costing, managing government compliance and reporting, attracting and retaining workers, unions and managing multiple projects across different sites. To solve these problems, ADP®, a global technology company providing human capital management (HCM) solutions, is launching ADP Workforce Now for Construction, the first comprehensive HCM solution tailored for the construction industry. Built within ADP Workforce Now®, a leading all-in-one HCM solution, this specialized software provides construction firms everything needed to run payroll accurately, manage HR efficiently, and recruit and develop workers more effectively.
ADP Workforce Now for Construction clients also have access to ADP’s Construction Center of Excellence (CCOE), a team of dedicated construction software specialists who provide implementation and training guidance built for construction clients. ADP’s CCOE provides industry clients with ongoing support for a variety of topics including payroll, taxes, compliance, reporting and more.
DOXA® Talent announces a partnership with AI solutions provider Simply Augmented to create and launch a proprietary AI program that reads resumes and ranks candidates. This collaboration will be instrumental in helping DOXA further enhance recruitment efficiency for its employees and clients.
The new AI tool will be launched at January’s DOXAcon24 three-day conference, and will go into commercial use during the first quarter of 2024.
DOXA processes approximately 2,000 resumes weekly. This consumes a tremendous amount of time for the team, and creates slowdowns in the hiring process for DOXA clients.
The tool also helps overcome the issue of human bias. Ashkenazy says, “Manual review of resumes by recruiters can inadvertently introduce bias, affecting the accuracy of resume scoring and the subsequent ranking process.”
SkyHive, a generative artificial intelligence software company that rapidly reskills companies and communities worldwide, today announced that its Human Capital Operating System (™) is now accessible as an open platform for developers across the globe.
SkyHive’s transition to an open platform model marks a strategic evolution from a more controlled, purpose-driven development approach to one that is broader and application-driven. SkyHive’s intelligence, which has been leveraged for core products internally, will now be an accessible function for third-party application development.
“The future of skills is a multi-system and complex ecosystem that requires flexible, powerful technology,” says SkyHive Founder and CEO Sean Hinton. “We’re proud to expand our technology to be both flexible and powerful using an open platform that connects to developers’ systems.”