Friday, December 2, 2022

New study reveals what employers must deliver to retain workplace talent

A new study from global employee engagement firm Reward Gateway reveals the expectations of employees and goals of HR leaders as they adapt to a post-pandemic world and face record-high inflation rates. The survey of 3,799 employees and HR decision-makers in the UK, U.S. and Australia highlights that employees want support beyond a paycheck. 50% would like to see increased investment in employee reward. 49% of employees would like their employer to increase investment in mental, physical and financial wellbeing resources. Responses further indicate that these investments are more than nice-to-haves.

SnapLogic announces Jeremiah Stone as its Chief Technology Officer

SnapLogic, an Enterprise Automation firm, announced Jeremiah Stone as the company’s new Chief Technology Officer (CTO). Jeremiah is an experienced builder of advanced technology products and platforms that leverage the full power of AI to solve real business problems.

JSSI grows its financial leadership team with two key appointments

Jet Support Services, Inc. (JSSI), a provider of maintenance support and financial services to the business aviation industry, has appointed Tim Elberfeld as CFO and named Ken Goodman as chief underwriting officer. Both Elberfeld and Goodman will report to the CEO, Neil Book. Elberfeld brings more than 20 years of experience across global businesses in all aspects of finance and accounting, including M&A and system implementations, to his new role as chief financial officer and head of information technology at Jet Support Services, Inc. (JSSI).

ExaGrid nominated a finalist for the 2022 Network Computing Awards

ExaGrid®, the industry’s Tiered Backup Storage solution, announced that it has been nominated in seven categories for the annual Network Computing Awards. Winners of this year’s awards will be announced at the awards ceremony in London on June 23, 2022.

Sintavia elected to represent AM supply chain for aerospace & defense

Sintavia, LLC, an additive manufacturer of advanced propulsion and thermodynamic systems for the Aerospace, Defense, & Space industry, announced that it had been chosen to represent the AM supply chain in the launch of a major White House initiative called “AM Forward”. The initiative, unveiled on May 6th by President Biden in Cincinnati, is a voluntary compact between large, iconic manufacturers and their smaller U.S.-based suppliers.

Data security firm built on power of authorization reveals $110m funding

Veza, a data security platform built on the power of authorization, announced it is emerging from stealth. Veza, founded in 2020, announced funding of over $110m from top VCs. The venture firms included; Accel, Bain Capital, Ballistic Ventures, GV, Norwest Venture Partners, and True Ventures, as well as angel investments including Kevin Mandia, Founder and CEO, Mandiant; Enrique Salem, former CEO, Symantec and Partner, Bain Capital; Lane Bess, former CEO, Palo Alto Networks; Manoj Apte, former CSO, ZScaler; Joe Montana, Liquid2 Ventures; and, security leaders Niels Provos, Karthik Rangarajan, and many more.

Nighthawk Gold launches exploration program and hires VP of Exploration

Nighthawk Gold Corporation is pleased to announce the appointment of John McBride, MSc., P.Geo., as the Vice President, Exploration. The Company has outlined its fully funded 2-Year Exploration Program at its district-scale property in Northwest Territories, Canada.

Northleaf leads A$250m secured credit facility for Omni Bridgeway

Northleaf Capital Partners (Northleaf) announced that it acted as the lead arranger of a A$250 million senior secured credit facility for Omni Bridgeway, a global player in financing and managing legal risks, with expertise in civil and common law legal and recovery systems.

Listo! celebrates Cinco de Mayo, launches consumer financial services

Listo! announced that it is celebrating Cinco de Mayo with the launch of its consumer financial services to provide equitable financial products to millions of Latino borrowers in the US.

World View hits booking milestone for its flight to the edge of space program

World View, the stratospheric ballooning and space tourism company, has reached a new milestone: reaching 1000 reservations for its space tourism program taking participants to the edge of space in a zero-pressure stratospheric balloon and pressurized space capsule. The company has now sold the greatest number of seats in the space tourism category. World View’s reservations for Spaceport Grand Canyon have also been sold out for the first year, with commercial flights slated to begin in 2024. World View’s reservations come from 32 countries with the US, Canada, Germany and the United Kingdom leading the list.