The last time we spoke, we mentioned the 5 agents of change that can help you enable a super flexiblible workplace. Once you have steadily introduced changes to your workplace culture with the help of these agents of change, you need to check off 10 telltale signs that confirm your Organization Culture is adaptive and employee-first as defined by our research framework...
Topics: trust, analytics, leadership, engagement, growth, disengagement, Future of Work, millennials, workplace, culture, culture derailers, unconscious bias, employee engagement, Amber in HR, AI in HR, meaning amplification at work, psychological safety, work-life balance, employee first culture
Some time ago, Heinz had decided to take the talent and employee innovation displayed by its workforce seriously as it really was the most unused asset in any company. The improvements suggested was worth $250 million a year. Immersed in strategies and innovation we forget to ask ourselves a very basic question...
Topics: technology, analytics, leadership, growth, Future of Work, employee eengagement, employee innovation, employee engagement innovation, successful employee innovation programs, employee led innovation
A majority of the products that HR chatbots are trying to replace in the HR Tech history have for long been huge and bulky HR management systems with a recent upgrade of the cloud. Studies showing correlation between an engaged workforce and a highly productive and efficient culture has encouraged progressive HR leaders around the world to utilise technology to engage their employees.
If you’re among today’s HR leaders, there’s a good chance you manage millennials and you what millenials want from work. In this article, we pick our Top 5. Two years ago, millenials became the largest generation in the workforce and their ranks haven’t stopped swelling since. And they have earned a notorious reputation of being workaholics and job hoppers. A recent study by Deloitte reveals 43% plan to leave their jobs within 2 years, and only 28% are looking to stay beyond 5 years.
Don't do this if you wish to create a culture of diversity and inclusion in the workplace
You must have seen the news recently. Abhijit Banerjee won the 2019 Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel, along with Esther Duflo (who happens to be Banerjee's wife) and Michael Kremer. Notice some of the news headlines I came across.
Topics: analytics, leadership, engagement, growth, disengagement, Future of Work, employee eengagement, CEO, millennials, workplace, culture, culture derailers, unconscious bias, diversity and inclusion in the workplace, inclusion in the workplace, inclusive workplace, promoting diversity in the workplace, diverse and inclusive workplace
If you had been following the ride-hailing giant (valued at $70B) recently, you’d be aware of the turmoil it’s went through. From Susan Fowler’s blog post complaining about sexual harassment and an environment rampant with sexism and discrimination, multiple lawsuits, top executives leaving and finally CEO’s leave of absence leading to a resignation, Uber has been all over the news because of its notoriety.
Why do some well funded/big companies miss business targets? Companies tend to focus 80% of their analytics effort on analysing “Historic Indicators” versus identifying “Leading Indicators” to grow business. This is biggest mistake I see with respect to how some companies leverage analytics.
One of Amber’s core mission is to have people open up to her, be honest with her — trust her. Building trust is hard, even harder when you’re a chatbot in digital space asking people to share openly and freely about their experience at their company without fearing repercussions.
What we’ve learnt is that digital trust pivots upon transparency.
“40% employees think that Amber is real . She [Amber] genuinely becomes a way of interacting at scale. ” — Ankur Warikoo, Founder, Nearbuy
Nearbuy is India’s very first hyper-local online platform present in 35+ cities and 18+ categories with over 50,000 merchants across 100,000+ unique locations.
Employees: 300+ | Industry: E-commerce/Retail | Region: India
A study done by Gartner(*1) confirmed that organisations are removing annual surveys from their employee engagement strategy after realising they’re not enough to capture the voice of the employee.
Topics: hrtech, analytics, leadership, growth, Future of Work, CEO, workplace, culture, employee engagement, Amber in HR, AI in HR, Smarter with Gartner, employee engagement strategy, employee engagement plan, successful employee engagement programs, employee engagement strategy plan
Much like the sweltering heat that refuses to subside, the team at inFeedo has been persistent, going all in in the last couple of months to address feedback you’ve shared overtime on Amber’s dashboard. The result? Two kickass dashboard feature upgrades that are guaranteed to blow your mind!
Over the years, this was a question we were asked frequently by our customers. We finally reveal the big secret behind naming our product ‘Amber’.
‘Lo and behold! Technology will change the way we think, breathe, smell…' If one were to summarize this ongoing media frenzy around digital technology, this image would be fitting.