Annual employee surveys just won’t cut it; they’re subjective and infrequent. Supplement your existing HR data with a people analytics platform to make better organizational health decisions.

 



Talent Acquisition and Management

The role of HR is changing. Work occurs in-person, remotely, and across teams – so optimizing employees’ contributions is much more complex. HR must measure performance in real-time and conduct employee feedback in a more consistent, constructive way to increase retention rates and set talent management programs up for success.

Some of the key drivers of talent management are:

    • Mentorship and apprenticeship improve connectedness and two-way dialogues between employees.
    • Inviting employees to meetings encourages creativity and innovation.
    • Ensuring management is engaging with direct reports helps engage and retain employees.

Diversity and Inclusion

The business case for diversity and inclusion is clear. A diverse workforce brings more knowledge, perspectives, and experience to an organization. D&I programs, when successful, can create an encouraging and supportive atmosphere, enabling companies to hire and retain highly competent employees.

Hard metrics are required to measure D&I success. Hiring is only one aspect of ensuring diversity within an organization. True diversity in an organization cannot simply be measured by counting the number of people from each demographic profile: what actually happens within an organization, how work actually gets done between employees, is what matters. For example, if a workforce has an equal number of females to males, it is meaningless if employees are spending 90% of their interaction time with the same gender. Organizations need the right data points to assess and intervene at critical times to improve gender equality throughout their company at all stages.


Company Culture

Especially for large organizations with complex org structures and offices around the globe, company culture can greatly impact performance. A positive company culture can create a competitive advantage: attract highly-qualified employees, improve employee retention, and improve productivity. Yet, measuring company culture is a complicated beast. There are many measurements that can be used to improve company culture, including: interaction patterns, decision making processes, communication patterns, and workloads.


HR Dashboards that Help

Access insights on an easy-to-read dashboard and get alerts in real-time so you can make time for the work that matters. Monitor trends on a monthly or quarterly basis, without having to employ an analyst.


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