New HR Tech: Talroo, Helios Consulting

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Talroo, the leading provider of technology to power the recruitment of essential workers, today announced the availability of its Publisher Optimization Platform (POP). The new feature empowers community news sites, career sites, blogs, and job sites with the ability to integrate machine learning driven job search services within site experiences, articles, content, job listings and job alerts.

In addition, there are multiple motivators for workers now actively, not passively seeking new jobs. Other drivers include workers now requiring empowerment, personal satisfaction and growth; better company culture that aligns with their own ideals and values; and the “You Only Live Once” mindset among Millennials and Gen Z with their expectations that they will have multiple careers over their lifetimes.

Talroo’s Publisher Optimization Platform provides employers with the following benefits:

  • Includes full job search experience with enhanced job meta tags with job pay, benefits, and bonuses, Suggested Job Searches, Recommended Jobs, Featured Employer, and Recommended Job Search Categories.
  • Partners can use Talroo’s platform of tools to help connect featured jobs to monetize engaged audiences on their sites.
  • As more partners integrate POP, advertisers will reach a wider array of talent audiences. Talroo will bid up job advertising placements driving higher intent audiences and bid down job advertising placements driving lower intent audiences.
  • Advertisers using the Talroo Ad Platform benefit from accessing the second largest job search audience as ranked by Comscore.
  • The flexibility to integrate all or some components of Talroo’s POP based on needs.

The University of Minnesota’s College of Liberal Arts (CLA) today announced the launch of a new initiative designed to help graduates gain the skills to succeed in the fast-growing HR tech industry. Designed in partnership with Helios Consulting, a St. Paul-based services partner of Workday, the HR tech platform of choice for nearly 10,000 companies worldwide, including half of the Fortune 500, Helios’ unique Rise apprenticeship program will provide both training and paid employment for new and recent graduates while also addressing employers’ growing need for workers with Workday skills.

“CLA graduates are renowned for critical thinking, problem solving, and communication skills,” said Helios President Trevor Lee. “These capabilities are very much in-demand in the growing HR tech sector. Because Workday is a no-code platform, the Rise apprenticeship program can provide talented and diverse CLA graduates who may not have any background in HR or technology with a clear path to a successful HR tech career.”

University of Minnesota graduates who participate in Rise will receive not only training and support from industry experts, but also paid employment starting from day one of training and a pathway to joining Helios’ Fortune 500 clients upon completion of the program.

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