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Co Clare tech company to create 50 new jobs

Written by Robert McHugh, on 11th Jan 2021. Posted in Technology

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It was announced today that Lahinch based HRTech provider, HRLocker, have kicked-off a hiring campaign to create 50 new jobs. The announcement comes as a result of unprecedented growth, accelerated by the pandemic and the significant shift to remote working.
 
HRLocker automates the administrative elements of Human Resources, such as performance management, absence management, continuous professional development and timesheets, enabling professionals to focus on higher tasks and aligning organisational and people strategies.

Additionally, in response to demand from businesses, the company introduced a number remote working related features including geolocation logins, contactless clock-ins, employee self-service and digital noticeboards.

The recruitment drive will see the company more than double in size, as it fills roles across sales, software development and customer support.

"With remote and dual working now the norm for many organisations, business leaders are now looking for technologies that enhance employee experience and minimise disruption," says Adam Coleman, CEO at HRLocker. "In 2020 we saw a huge rise in HRLocker platform users and early figures indicate that trend is going to continue. The expansion of our team will enable us to continue delivering great software solutions, that connect businesses and their people, at scale," he added.

Source: www.businessworld.ie

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