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Oracle and LinkedIn have started a partnership to help HR professionals with the ever changing demands of the talent economy. With a series of new integrations between companies, HR teams are being helped to attract and retain employees by increasing their talent pool, improving candidate experiences and improving internal mobility.

Rapidly developing technology is changing the global labour market for talent and skills are becoming less and less useful. To manage change and control escalating recruitment costs, HR teams need to rapidly evolve their strategies and technologies.

LinkedIn and Oracle want to help with several new integrations. For example, there will be an integration between the Microsoft platform and Oracle HCM Cloud and Taleo Enterprise Edition. This gives HR teams a holistic view of the experience, skills and ambitions of their talent, in order to align the responsibilities of each employee with the overall objectives of organisations.


The integrations make it possible for employees to import important elements from their LinkedIn profiles into their Oracle HCM Cloud Talent Profile. In addition, owners of LinkedIn Recruiter can search for members on the platform, and see people who best fit a job or a project via Oracle Recruiting Cloud and Taleo Enterprise Edition.

It will also be possible to have candidates apply via Oracle Recruiting Cloud or Taleo Enterprise Edition, and identify and contact their LinkedIn connections that can give them the best references. For recruiters it will be possible to search transactional recruiting data in Oracle Recruiting Cloud and the Taleo Enterprise Edition as well as via LinkedIn.

If someone is already working at the company, the opportunities for career development can be increased through LinkedIn Learning courses, automatic integration of the catalogue of courses and up-to-date insight into that person’s involvement in the Oracle Learning Cloud.

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