As companies rethink their hiring practices and the stakes rise around workforce productivity, we look at the most active VC investors in HR tech and where they’ve placed recent bets.
Startups to Watch
With millions out of work and certain employers in a hiring spree to meet increased demand, we explore high-momentum HR tech startups offering software tools to help companies recruit more efficiently and effectively.
HR tech has gained significant traction over the past 5 years — but deals and dollars in the space saw a huge drop in Q1'20 as companies look to keep costs down amidst the Covid-19 pandemic.
Also covered are workplace mental health software, a digital transformation driver, and a new CB Insights feature.
We dig into HR technology from an employer's perspective to find emerging sectors and to see where the industry is headed next.
Investment firms are seeking the help of human capital partners, or individuals who can help their portfolio companies with all matters HR-related — from compensation to culture.
Joshua Reeves, CEO of Gusto, spoke about the company's plans to reshape the entire payroll process and make the two-week paycheck cycle a thing of the past.
We take a look at how elite organizations prioritize talent management — and how startups are enabling other organizations to do the same.
AI and analytics are changing how HR departments recruit across all industries. We take an in-depth look at how tech is reimagining the talent discovery and screening process. This is the second post in our HR Tech series, covering the latest innovations and funding trends in the United States. You can see our overview of the startups reshaping the HR department here.