SkyHive Partners

See how we help companies, communities, and countries compete in the skills-based Future of Work.

Integration

Opportunity@Work

SkyHive’s advanced labor market and future skills intelligence augments Workday’s Skills Cloud, providing you with the most powerful skills intelligence offered by any HR technology. By incorporating external labor market benchmarks and forecasted organizational end-state into Workday’s robust workforce data, SkyHive equips your company with the competitive advantage to stay ahead of the curve.

Accenture

Accenture and SkyHive work together to help clients find and retain talent, reskill that talent, and uncover hidden talent—with both an internal and external lens.

Workday

Workday HCM leverages SkyHive’s skills-first AI technology to deliver the most robust talent solutions and HR solutions possible.

Integration

JobsFirstNYC

JobsFirstNYC and SkyHive bring skills-mapping technology to enhance job access and streamline skills-based hiring processes for New York City’s workforce. Using real-time labor market intelligence and ethical artificial intelligence to analyze labor markets at the skill level,

JobsFirstNYC and SkyHive will collaborate on building skilling and reskilling pathways to better jobs and higher wages.

Impact

NYC Partnership Fund

Long-term changes to employment affecting communities at home and across the world create an urgent need for technologies like SkyHive that are helping support economic resiliency.

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Certified B Corporation®

SkyHive is proud to be part of the B Corp™ family of more than 3,500 companies around the globe, setting a positive example of using business as a force for good.

Responsible AI

SkyHive is globally recognized for its best practices in ethical AI by international organizations like the OECD and the Global Partnership on Artificial Intelligence (GPAI).
Recently, SkyHive joined the Responsible Artificial Intelligence Institute.

Impact Communities

SkyHive works with community groups and governments to foster the economic empowerment of six under-represented groups: women, youth, newcomers, indigenous peoples, veterans, and physically disabled persons.