New HR Tech: Apploi. Oracle HCM

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Here’s a look at new HR technology announcements from Apploi and Oracle.

Apploi, healthcare’s leading workforce management software, is growing its credentialing tools. The company is rolling out expanded credentialing services across ten different roles and multiple states.

Apploi has long offered in-platform credentialing services for licensed nurse practitioners (LPNs) and registered nurses (RNs). More recently, Apploi has added credentialing for certified nursing assistants (CNAs), occupational therapists, occupational therapist assistants, physical therapists, physical therapist assistants, speech-language pathologists, veterinarians, and veterinary technicians.

These expanded credentialing tools will allow Apploi users to easily verify licenses and credentials for employees in a wide range of roles, all without leaving the platform they already use to hire. Access to easy credentialing will fit right in with Apploi’s long-standing mission to help customers improve operations, remain compliant, and offer quality care.

Oracle CloudWorld Tour – To help HR leaders better support employee development, potential, and agility, Oracle today announced updates to Oracle ME, the employee experience platform within Oracle Fusion Cloud Human Capital Management (HCM). The latest updates include Oracle Grow, a new AI-powered solution that connects learning, skills growth, and career mobility in one personalized experience to deliver self-directed learning, visibility into career growth opportunities, and skills development aligned with business goals.

New capabilities available in Oracle Grow include:

  • Unified Growth Experience: Delivers the most relevant insights and AI-driven development opportunities that workers need to adapt to changes in their role, discover new growth options, and achieve their career aspirations. By unifying people data from across Oracle Cloud HCM, Oracle Grow provides personalized guidance on the next steps employees should take based on their responsibilities, career interests, desired skills, individual learning styles, and changes in the business.
  • Career Paths: Empowers workers to discover different career opportunities in the organization and provides step-by-step guidance and development plans tailored to each individual based on their Oracle Cloud HCM profile. With skills identification, tailored development journeys, and learning resources, Career Paths helps employees uncover and better prepare their qualifications for future roles.
  • Personalized Development Playlists: Helps workers curate their own development journey that is tailored to their goals and aspirations. The development playlists in Oracle Journeys enable employees to create unique goal-based content that provides guidance on finding coaches, classes, gigs, internal and external development resources, and more.
  • Enhanced Team Skills Center: Enables leaders and managers to monitor skills needs and gaps across their teams and organization, assign specific skills needed to achieve business objectives, and automatically add them to every employee’s Oracle Grow experience.
  • Personalized Development Preferences: Gives workers the power to decide how and what skills they want to develop by catering to different learning styles and preferences. With Oracle Grow, employees can better determine which skills to acquire, learning topics to follow, careers of interest to pursue, and more. Changes to personal preferences are automatically reflected within their Oracle Grow experience and continuously updated as individual growth continues.

Natively built for the cloud, Oracle Cloud HCM is a complete solution connecting every human resource process from hire to retire. By connecting all employee data on a single platform, HR teams have access to a single source of truth to help inform their people strategy. Built-in AI acts as an advisor to help analyze workforce data and surface recommendations to help HR teams improve business operations.

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