RECRUITMENT & RETENTION

isolved Launches Predictive People Analytics for Companies of All Sizes and Sophistication

isolved Connect | September 20, 2021

isolved Launches Predictive People Analytics for Companies of All Sizes and Sophistication
At a time when so many businesses are struggling to find and retain good employees, only 57 percent of human resource (HR) leaders rate their company's employee experience as "good" according to a survey from isolved, a G2 Leader in Human Resources Management for eight consecutive quarters. One of the most common problems is that employers are often unable to analyze basic workforce metrics, let alone use their HR systems to predict what changes will have the biggest impact on business outcomes.

isolved Predictive People Analytics is the incorporation, seamless integration and enhancement of isolved's recent acquisition of TrenData HR into isolved People Cloud™.  Available now, it delivers a range of configurable dashboards to managers. These dashboards provide analysis and forecasting of key workforce trends such as turnover and diversity, while also presenting a voice-activated assistant to deliver answers for a near-infinite number of HR-related questions, simply and easily using artificial intelligence (AI).

Companies are desperate to understand how to find and keep high-performing talent who are the heart of their business, A lack of analytics capabilities has led, however, to many businesses blindly throwing money and resources at problem areas to see what sticks. This is a risky proposition when so much depends on keeping the best employees engaged and productive.

- James Norwood, chief marketing and strategy officer at isolved

The benefit of these AI-backed insights within isolved's intelligently connected human capital management (HCM) platform is first-party data and information across talent acquisition, HR, payroll and benefits, workforce management and talent management to make the insights more actionable and robust. Out-of-the-box benefits include:
  • Better visibility into the business both today and tomorrow
  • Advanced insights to make informed people decisions
  • Easy-to-use mobile and web dashboards
  • The ability to tie people data to financial data
  • Predictions to assist with strategic planning
  • Conversational voice-activated virtual assistant

About isolved
isolved is an employee experience leader, providing intuitive, people-first HCM technology. Our solutions are delivered directly or through our partner network to more than five million employees and 145,000 employers — who use them every day to boost performance, increase productivity, and accelerate results while reducing risk. Our HCM platform, isolved People Cloud, intelligently connects and manages the employee journey across talent management, HR & payroll, benefits, workforce management and engagement management functions. No matter the industry, we help high-growth organizations employ, enable and empower their workforce by transforming employee experience for a better today and a better tomorrow.

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You invest a great deal of time and money into recruiting the top new talent, especially when it comes to key roles within your organization. From paying travel costs to taking them out to dinner to offering signing bonuses, a lot of effort goes into the hiring process. You may believe that this upfront effort is enough to keep your recruits, but many people who enter the workplace are disappointed when the job fails to live up to the expectations they developed while being wooed. If the first day doesn’t serve as a continuation of your recruitment process, you may lose your valuable new employees. Taking a closer look at your onboarding process and implementing a People Operations Model reduces this risk.


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