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Recruiter Top 10: HR Tech Startups

Recruiter Top 10: HR Tech Startups
From Recruiter - October 14, 2016

1. Maestro Health

Whatever your opinion on the Affordable Care Act (ACA) is, theres probably one thing we can all agree on: Those insurance marketplaces are confusing as heck to navigate. Indeed, shopping for health care is pretty much always guaranteed to leave people baffled in some regard. Its a complicated system! If you work in HR, its often your job to guide employees through benefits explanations and company insurance plans but what if you, like any normal person, are just as confused by it all?

Thats where maestroEDGE by Maestro Health comes into the picture. The platform is designed to simplify how employers and employees shop for and enroll in benefits programs. Going the self-funded route? MaestroEdge can help. Want to guide employees through the process of shopping for benefits? MaestroEdge can help there, too by suggesting personalized plans to your employees based on their histories, demographics, and lifestyles. The platform can even give you a hand in making sure your organization totally complies with the somewhat complex mandates of the ACA.

If youre in need of some benefits management guidance, maestroEDGE is the place to start.

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2. Juggle

According to the International Labor Organization, women are losing ground in their quest for equality in the world of work. Juggle is a young company that aims to help in that regard by matching qualified, talented professional women with companies in need of talent.

The gist is simple, but profound: Many women are forced to sideline their careers or leave the workforce altogether when they start familiesa challenge that men with families dont often face. At the same time, flexible work arrangements have become increasingly popular. Juggle sees this trend as a potential solution to the challenges women face at work: By matching professional women with flexible work opportunities, Juggle aims not only to give employers access to top-tier talent, but also to help women juggle their personal and professional lives more successfully. Its a win for everyone involved.

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3. People HR

People HR is one of very few full HR systems that runs entirely in your browser. Not only does that mean easy access to your HR system no matter where you are, but it also means increased agility, convenience, and flexibility in all your HR needs.

That being said, the coolest thing about People HR, in our opinion, is its Missions feature. These are 10 HR-related challenges that HR pros can embark on to improve their companies, earn recognition and rewards, and prove their value beyond a shadow of a doubt. With titles like Creating Culture and Avoiding Disaster, People HRs Missions are an excellent way to make HR fun again.

Bonus: People HRs company handbook is publicly available. We suggest you take a look. Theres a lot we can all learn from the companys progressive, flat management structure.

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4. Kin

Kin was launched by Web design company We Are Mammoth in 2012, when the company realized it couldnt find a simple, intuitive HR system to handle tasks like onboarding, data management, employee goals and objectives, and employee reviews. The platform is built for ease and agility, and its perfect for organizations that lack dedicated HR staff thanks to its self-service functions.

Kins standout feature, in our opinion, is its personalized onboarding pages. These pages detail an individual new hires tasks, offer tips, and collect important files all in one place plus, the clear, crisp design makes navigating the onboarding process a breeze.

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5. HR Company Store

Billing itself as the one stop HR shop, HR Company Store is a website that allows HR pros to find, rate, and review vendors in more than 70 categories, including employee benefits, risk management, recruiting, training and development, and more. Its essentially Yelp for B2B vendors, and its changing the way HR pros find and purchase the services they need.

Plusits totally free for HR users.

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6. Waggl

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