Winners to be Formally Recognized in Front of Record-breaking Audience at 18th Annual HR Technology Conference & Expo
HORSHAM, Pa. (October 7, 2015) – Human Resource Executive® magazine, the premier publication focused on strategic issues in HR, today announced the ten winners of its annual Top HR Products of 2015 Awards. The winning organizations will be recognized at a special luncheon to be held on Monday, October 19, 2015 during the 18th Annual HR Technology Conference & Expo® at the Mandalay Bay Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas.
For the past 27 years, the editors of Human Resource Executive have recognized the newest HR product innovations that are transforming how key HR tasks and processes are done. Following the extensive evaluation of each solution, winning products were selected based on their level of innovation, value added to the HR function, intuitiveness for the user and ability to deliver on what they promise. After considering many strong submissions, the editorial team selected the following 10 solutions as the Top HR Products of 2015:
ADP, Roseland, N.J.
ADP Marketplace is a cloud-based app store designed to serve as a one-stop shop for ADP clients looking to test out and purchase new enterprise applications from ADP and other vendors. Products available on the site are intended to be easily integrated with a client’s existing systems and data. The site includes security protocols designed to ensure the safety of clients’ information.
BetterWorks, Palo Alto, Calif.
BetterWorks is a cloud-based goals platform that’s designed to help businesses engage, empower and cross-functionally align their workforces. The BetterWorks platform is inspired by the OKR model (Objectives and Key Results) pioneered by Kleiner Perkins Caulfield & Byers’ John Doerr during his time at Intel. Using the platform, individuals can add and track goals on a regular basis and link those goals to projects, other employees or other departments within their businesses. It’s optimized for mobile devices and integrates with both Workday and Salesforce.
CoPilot by NuCompass
NuCompass Mobility Services Inc., Pleasanton, Calif.
Co-Pilot is a cloud-based relocation-management platform designed to let employees manage their impending relocation relatively stress-free, while giving employers visibility and control over employee expenditures related to the move. It covers the entire relocation process, including the initial decision to authorize a move through the final accounting for the services employees use.
eQuest, San Ramon, Calif.
eQuest Gamification is a gaming tool that’s designed to help organizations select the most appropriate job boards – based on eQuest’s database and the customer’s own unique job-performance data – on which to post a particular position. Job posters are awarded virtual trophies based on how well they follow the company’s hiring strategy, and daily results are reported to management through a company leaderboard.
HireVue, Salt Lake City
HireVue Coordinate is a scheduling tool that integrates with leading calendar services, such as Gmail and Exchange. It takes the criteria you have for times and interviewers and then searches the integrated calendars of the various parties to find appropriate matches. The solution is designed to take into account the interview sequence and priority, as well as conference-room availability.
Equifax Workforce Solutions, St. Louis
In order to streamline the process and avoid costly compliance fines from Immigration and Customs Enforcement, I-9 Anywhere is designed to help organizations gather complete information and documentation for remote employees regardless of their location. It lets them fill out Section 1 of their I-9 form from anywhere, and then securely facilitate the remote completion of the I-9 Section 2 (the “hands-on” inspection and verification of identification papers) with a trusted “completer” of the company’s choosing.
Korn Ferry’s Four Dimensional Executive Assessment
Korn Ferry, Los Angeles
Korn Ferry’s 4D Executive Assessment is a tool for assessing executive job candidates and determining their fit for particular positions and organizations. Whereas many assessments only provide a partial view of an individual, 4D Executive Assessment is designed to provide a more holistic view, covering an individual’s competencies, his or her personality traits and what drives him or her, along with experiences that are aligned to particular roles. It bases its predictions on approximately 8.5 million executive and professional candidate profiles, as well as the results of 2.5 million assessments.
Pearl Travel Tech, San Francisco
Permiso is a cloud-based program for global business travelers designed to explain more than 3,000 current immigration and tax rules for more than 40 different countries. Delivered as a software-as-a-service solution, Permiso’s information is updated by the company’s network of global legal partners who report rule changes in 72 hours and formally review their rules quarterly. Employees learn through the tool exactly what’s required of them before traveling overseas.
Workday Talent Insights
Workday Inc., Pleasanton, Calif.
Workday Talent Insights is designed to apply data science and machine-learning methods to help organizations identify talent that’s at risk of leaving and recommend courses of action. Its features include Retention Risk Analysis, which identifies trends in historical turnover data to help uncover retention risks for certain departments or the entire organization, and scorecards that can be personalized by users to provide snapshots of key data on whichever key performance indicator or business initiative they’re interested in.
Yello (formerly Recsolu) Scheduling
Yello Scheduling is an app designed to help recruiting teams quickly schedule candidate interviews using cloud-based automation. The product is designed primarily for college recruiting, career fairs and/or mobile-device-based interviews. Yello Scheduling can be used to not only schedule the interview, but also to be the interview platform using mobile devices, with the idea of speeding up the talent search process.
“The HR technology industry is one of rapid change and constant innovation, and each year brings new solutions that promise to enhance how HR professionals do their jobs,” said David Shadovitz, editor of Human Resource Executive. “For the past 27 years, Human Resource Executive has had the difficult task of evaluating these new products and determining the select few that demonstrate the highest level of ingenuity and bring the most value to the HR profession. In a year of particularly stiff competition, we congratulate the 10 winners of the Top HR Products of 2015 Awards for pushing the envelope and introducing the most innovative solutions of the year.”
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