New HR Tech: CareerPrepped, theEMPLOYEEapp

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MaxKnowledge, the provider of online talent development solutions for the career and technical education (CTE) community, has announced the general availability launch of CareerPrepped, a virtual platform connecting talent, talent developers and employers to enable skills-based hiring at scale.

CareerPrepped also helps job seekers develop and showcase their soft skills, the essential workforce skills in demand by employers across all industries. In fact, CareerPrepped provides powerful self-help tools to help people achieve lifelong career success, including an AI-based tool that scans millions of job posts online to automatically match people with jobs that fit their skills.

CareerPrepped is free for learners, job seekers and working adults alike, but to enable skills-based hiring at scale, verifiable skills must become the currency of the labor market and the focus of the entire talent supply chain. CareerPrepped engages educators and employers in helping learners and job seekers make their skills visible and verifiable.

Educators can use CareerPrepped to document and track learners’ skill acquisition, rather than just course completion and grades, while helping them connect with career opportunities. Employers can join for free as industry mentors to provide feedback on users’ skill evidence and to connect with potential hires. Soon they’ll be able to recruit CareerPrepped talent through a skills-based candidate matching tool powered by Textkernel’s AI technology.

theEMPLOYEEapp, provider of mobile applications designed for engaging with frontline workers, today announced the relaunch of its Intranet platform for communications. The Intranet builds on the robust framework of theEMPLOYEEapp mobile app platform and brings a new level of customization and personalization to organizations needing a desktop intranet solution. 

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The relaunched intranet features quick access areas for MyApps, Recommended Content, and integrated calendars. The content is served through the consolidated Content-Management-System (CMS) and delivers information to both the mobile app and the Intranet simultaneously. This allows the communicator to reach their entire workforce with critical messages regardless of whether employees are on a mobile device, tablet, or desktop computer.

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